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  1. I was on mobile and could not see your signature, I now understand that GOAT is legitimately the name of your putter model haha. Upon Googling I can see why that's hard to knock out of the bag!
  2. Recently acquired a putter I have been after for sometime and it's one which I intend to be in the bag for a long time. I was fortunate to pick up this Byron Morgan DH89 from the original owner, it's a raw carbon head with a sight dot for alignment, Pingman grip, 350g headweight, 70 lie, standard loft, 34.75". Pictures below:
  3. Following my original post I continued to tinker with the putter, I even added a TaylorMade TP Soto to the bag for a while, but I recently acquired a putter I have been after for sometime and it's one which I intend to be in the bag for a long time. I was fortunate to pick up this Byron Morgan DH89 from the original owner, it's a raw carbon head with a sight dot for alignment, Pingman grip, 350g headweight, 70 lie, standard loft, 34.75". Pictures below:
  4. Great looking clubs, just a heads up that if the HZRDUS shaft is a 6.0 that's a stiff flex by their standards. GLWS
  5. I have to reiterate what @wakit300 said, the Speedback versions from Cobra are really great smaller profile woods, I currently have the 5 wood version in the bag and just purchased a Speedback 3 wood via another GolfWRX member.
  6. In relation to "stock" shafts I found this information from the most recent GolfWRX Titleist TSi2/TSi3 review interesting: "With Titleist’s position as a premium golf brand, it is officially eliminating the word “stock” from its vocabulary and replacing it with “featured.” Yes, it’s just a name change, but it demonstrates just how far Titleist is willing to go to differentiate itself from its competition—even when it comes to its off the rack featured shaft offerings..."
  7. So this is what I originally landed on with the lead tape and to be honest it worked pretty well, this brought the headweight up to 201g no adapter. But I was still looking to go a bit heavier and luckily I was able to order additional weights via Cobra's customer service over the phone and have those shipped to Canada. As a result I've recently removed the lead tape and replaced the 6g weight with a 14g weight. The headweight is now at 205g with no adapter and I'm happy with the feel and results. Swing weight is currently sitting at D3.
  8. That was a great putt with a lot on the line, that win is big for a career like Laird’s. Nice to see for him and an entertaining finish.
  9. No the Scotty still wins there, I've just been enjoying the look of the rounded bumpers on the Soto, similar to the 009 shape as opposed to the Newport 2 shape of the Scotty
  10. It has a really great feel and roll to it, I was surprised by the quality of the feedback
  11. Thanks a lot! This model was originally released in 2006 and I picked it up in 2012 from the original owner
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