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  1. Very lightly used 3 wood head only. Barely any wear at all. No paint wear to the sole, no sky marks dings etc..just can’t kick out the Ping. $170 shipped and PP
  2. I was supposed to get 18 in this weekend but Texas weather had other ideas. I did manage to sneak in 12 holes on Sunday and while the greens weren’t pristine I still managed to putt well with the #28. After putting a week indoors with it I got used to the larger heel to toe footprint rather quickly. I am a good to great putter so speed control short putts aren’t an issue for me so unsurprisingly I didn’t three putt at all with the 28. the things that really impressed me about the 28 was the quicker roll, less skid. I admit I was in the grooves don’t matter camp for years but after playing
  3. 1. How will a SeeMore putter could help your game? Alignment and set up. Always been a fan of the simple concept seemore uses 2. What is your handicap? 4.4 3. Location? Austin tx 4. What style of putter do you tend to prefer. Wide body blades face balance or light toe hang 5. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your putting? Speed control and line. Weakness: reading greens 6. What type of facility do you primarily play at (ie public vs private), and how would you rate the greens? Public 8/10 7. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt
  4. Very Initial First Impressions Huge thanks to @BettinardiGolf and Golfwrx for giving me a chance to test out this putter. I haven’t had a chance to get to the course or range yet but I’ve been messing around with the putter indoors and comparing it to my Squareback which I’ve been gaming for the past 7 years or so. The last Bettinardi I used was the BC4 which I loved but the toe hang was just not right for me. The first thing I noticed was how much wider heel to toe the #28 is vs the Squareback. As someone who’s putter miss is on the toe this might be an unexpected benefit for me.
  5. 1. Austin, tx 2. 4 3. Scotty Squareback 1 4. What Bettinardi Studio Stock putter do you want to test? Studio 28 5. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Yes
  6. No issues at all for the past year 5-7 iron. Very minimal roll out for me a modus 120
  7. 1. Austin tx 2. 4 3. What ZX ball do you want to test? Xv 3. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes 4. Current golf ball? Tp5x 5. What do you look for when buying a new golf ball? Low spin driver (straight ) and mid to high spin w short game shots. Softish feel off putter 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Yes
  8. 1. Austin, tx 2. 4 3. Sim 4. I want to try everything and find what works best for me 5. Yes 6. Yes
  9. Do you know of a way to get on horseshoe wout staying there or wout a member? I love ram and apple rock . Agree about the courses a little farther out.
  10. Of your list falcon head is my favorite. Fun yet fair and usually in good shape. Riverplace is very tight FYI. Grey rock used to host Canadian tour tourneys and is fairly fun yet flat. Avery is decent but gets lots of traffic and is also pretty good. Have fun and if you need food recs let me know !
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