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  1. TM: New Spider Titleist: Futura / Mallet update Odyssey: White Hot OG Mizuno: M-Craft Ping: ?
  2. Any pics of that putter? Don’t see it on Trotties IG
  3. This is pretty sweet. Good price point. Wish they had the Ardmore head as an option.
  4. They just released a My TP putter with the long neck option.
  5. How does the Sik Pro compare to a Newport 2 or Answr head? Seem heavier / chunkier in pics. Can anyone provide a comparison?
  6. Just curious if you could put the smaller size into perspective. I get it’s smaller than a regular Signs Tyne, but is that just shorter fangs or is it heel to toe as well? How would you compare it to a Toulon Portland? Ardmore 3? Scotty X5? Thanks in advance...
  7. Glad to hear it’s not a problem unique to me. It’s like on the short putts the small stroke with the anser doesn’t have enough weight behind it and it veers offline easily. But on the long putts it’s easier to give a fluid stroke and in turn get a tighter roll that holds its line.
  8. Interesting. I alternated last year between a Newport and Ardmore 3 but was now strongly considering a Fastback. I feel great on short putts with the Ardmore but rarely make the mid-range ones. While with the Newport i am shaky in close, but more of my longer birdie putts were holed with it. I too miss on the heel a lot so perhaps we have similar strokes. Maybe I should pull the trigger on a Fastback to see if it mixes the two benefits together.
  9. I keep hearing this comment on how small it is. How small is it really? One of the smallest fang style putters is the Toulon Portland (too small in my opinion). How does it compare to that? TM Ardmore 3? Scotty Cameron X5?
  10. Hopefully. Despite driver prices continuing to soar, I’d think $429 is about as high as you can push an off the rack, widely available model without becoming too much of a luxury / niche option.
  11. Doesn’t seem like they have any plans to release a TP series putter update for those who like blade, mid-mallet, or fang shapes. I thought the TP Black Copper series was one of the most underrated releases in recent years, but it never seemed to get the love it deserved. My one wish for that series would be to do away with the red inserts and give us grey or black like the tour models used.
  12. It seems like only company who releases new products ahead of the holiday season is Titleist, and that is often only their Metal Woods or Irons updates (not wedges or SC putters).
  13. Just curious as to what people think of the MOI / forgiveness in these type of mid-mallet head styles. OEMs lead you to believe they are more forgiving then traditional anser style blades, but I have seen some have argue that they have LESS forgiveness, due to the fact the heel to toe length is shorter on these styles, and that’s a major component of MOI. Obviously these shapes are popular, but curious to see if users of these styles feel that they really are more forgiving / less punishing than anser style blades, or it’s just a matter of preference and looks. Additional
  14. Not just the public... .I find it interesting that short of JT and Adam Scott (and I guess Ricky for now) most of the Cameron tour staff are not mallet players. While tour has shifted to mallets in droves, most Cameron guys have not even experimented with his mallet options. Maybe its more just the fact someone who plays a Cameron blade is a certain type of "feel" putter that would never use a mallet regardless. Idk In fact when you look out across the tour, there are very few blades in play other than a handful of PLD Ansers & Toulons. Most PING, TaylorMade, &a
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