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  1. Would consider trades for Cameron or Swag putters or covers.
  2. Putter is a 9.5/10 as you can see in the pics. 35” length std loft and lie. Standard size Lampkin deep etched grip. Message with any questions. Thanks. $200 shipped usps priority
  3. Now reports saying his daughters were all 4 on board with him. Wow
  4. More and more of these types of putter companies popping up and they all do really cool work. Like the OP said I come across a lot of them now that I’m on Instagram. Seems like they are machinists first and then bring that talent to the putter world, which makes the collecting a lot more fun!!
  5. My weight was rattling in my Spider putter so I used a Taylor made weight wrench to tighten in back up.... but it snapped off. Are the putter weights not installed with the same torque specs as the driver weights?
  6. Bought this putter last year, as you can see its in perfect shape with no blemishes. 35” length std loft/lie $190 shipped to your door. Thanks.
  7. Hardest- Southern Hills Easiest (not easy but for a tour course)- TPC Deere Run Most fun-Whistling Straights Overrated-Cog Hill Dubs and Medinah 3 (no offense Chicago) Best Conditioned- Muirfield Village
  8. Here is a pin sheet from a PGA Tour event earlier this year. (The only sheet available on the first tee). Pin placement in yards.
  9. There were two separate books, one with yards and one with meters. One for the British and one for the Europeans. But you didn’t answer my question. Or perhaps I asked the wrong question first. Did you give out pin sheets to the players? If yes, were there pin sheets in yards and meters? If there weren’t two pin sheets, was the measurement used for the pin sheet written on the pin sheet? There is only one pin sheet available on the first tee in tour events. They are in yards. If you work in meters you must do your own conversions. OMG read the post. Christ. Oh so you’re just a
  10. There were two separate books, one with yards and one with meters. One for the British and one for the Europeans. But you didn’t answer my question. Or perhaps I asked the wrong question first. Did you give out pin sheets to the players? If yes, were there pin sheets in yards and meters? If there weren’t two pin sheets, was the measurement used for the pin sheet written on the pin sheet? There is only one pin sheet available on the first tee in tour events. They are in yards. If you work in meters you must do your own conversions.
  11. It was a joke, their technical title is referee. I’ve always heard them referred to in my caddie days as a rules official. Never once did I hear a player in need of a ruling ask to call for a referee but rather a rules official.. It’s semantics and it was a joke. A pace is a yard.
  12. I’m very aware not everyone uses yards. You pace the pins for the pin sheet on tour, I’m confused by what you mean you pace pins in meters...I’ve been referring to tour events or high end amateur events that use pin sheets not weekend ams like us playing on Saturday morning I am a referee and my job in many competitions is to decide hole locations. So I pace them in order to make the pin sheet. Referee?? This is golf not basketball. Do they allow range finders in these “competitions” you speak of? If so nobody cares how you walked it off. Again, I am referring to TOUR level or high
  13. Yeah unfortunately eBay will most likely always side with the buyer... even though you did and described everything as you should. HATE buyers like that. Most likely nothing you did but more likely just buyers remorse.
  14. We who are using the metric system are now doomed... To answer your question: In a yardage book the 'yardages' are explained. As I wrote earlier in this thread there may be yardage books in yards as well as in meters, even in the very same competition. So far I have not seen a yardage book where the basic unit would have been paces which hints that paces are transformed into a measurable unit. But I believe pace has a long history as on the course pacing was the only option players had before distance markers were adapted and even after that. Thus it feels a bit odd if that method of measu
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