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Monza Corza

 

 

* The stainless steel, wire-frame head construction allows weight to be moved from the middle of the head to the perimeter, increasing MOI for greater forgiveness on mis-hits.

* TaylorMade Movable Weight Technology( allows players to change Corza's feel by installing differently weighted TLC cartridges in two rear TLC ports.

* Rossa Corza's linear alignment system makes it easier to aim the putterface, increasing confidence and accuracy.

 

AGSI (Anti-skid Groove System Insert)

 

* Twelve uniquely shaped CNC-milled grooves help to promote forwardspin and reduce skid and bounce, equaling superior distance-control and accuracy.

* Each groove is filled with a soft polymer filling that absorbs unwanted impact vibration and contributes to Corza's extraordinarily satisfying feel at impact.

* The weight saved by Rossa's light-yet-strong Titallium insert is redistributed in the perimeter of the putterhead, increasing MOI for exceptional forgiveness on mis-hits.

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Strictly a personal opinion here - your mileage may vary.

 

I didn't like the putter because I didn't like the feel of the ball on the putterface.

 

The grip is Winn's version of the old Ping arch - fortunately, it's not squishy soft.

 

The ability to easily vary the headweight is a good idea; TM's execution, though, is marginal, as every putter, regardless of length, gets the same 6 oz weights. For example - shouldn't a 33 inch putter have heavier weights in it than the 35 inch model?

 

IMO, TM should issue various weights to its big retailers so they can customize the putter at the point of sale. If that's not doable, then provide some means by which customers can trade out weights easily (rather than having to buy them).

 

The appearance is different - but you'll find you can look at just about anything if it holes putts. It is easy enough to line up (though I'd like a white, not black, sightline).

 

The big negative issue was feel - it was 'tinny', not solid or crisp, and that just doesn't work for me.

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The best putter I have used. Period. Now I am looking to sink EVERY putt. Gives great confidence at address and has superb feel from the clubface. I have never bothered changing weights regardless of greens and still rate this putter.

 

Can't recommend this product highly enough. And its not an Anser copy going for over $400.00 either. :)

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I think this is the very best putter I have ever used. Short to very long putts, I just can't get over the accuracy. Of course it must be a personal feel thing, but wow, I love the way it plays.

I have also played with the 2-Ball, DFX 2-ball, MacGregor V-Foil (also excellent), Ping G5i Craz-E, White Steel #2, Never Compromise, and a Red-X.

The Red X and V-Foil are my favorite backups, but the Corza is the moss-boss.

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strickly a personal opinion here... i don't like it because i can't stand looking down at space-ship looking mallet putters... i feel that mallet putters are for people who are struggling with making putts or who have the yips... i feel that if you have a good stroke and confidence, a blade putter's the way to go

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totally agree lefty. what weights do you have in it , the standard or did you increase the weights . I'm thinking i would like to try the 10 gram weights to add

 

i just bought this putter yesturday threw on a lampkin cord grip and cut it down to 33 1/2 in. this putter is nasty. the way the ball comes off the face is unbeleivable. best part about this putter is looks nice. this putter is definatly a 5 out of 5 no if ands or buts!

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There is no doubt in my mind that this is the best face balanced putter I have ever putted with. I changed the site line to white because I felt the black was hard to see and threw a Mid Size Winn putter grip on for feel and there is nothing better out there.

 

I did the skid test with all my Scotty's and Ping and Bentinardi putters and they couldn't even touch the roll this putter puts on the ball.

 

If you like the tradition blade look just get one of the other TM putters with the AGSI insert and you will get the same result...........

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strickly a personal opinion here... i don't like it because i can't stand looking down at space-ship looking mallet putters... i feel that mallet putters are for people who are struggling with making putts or who have the yips... i feel that if you have a good stroke and confidence, a blade putter's the way to go

 

disagree TourPro. I used an Anser 2 for a dozen years and still love the thing. Putted well with it, yet this feels right. Your "feel" that mallets are for those who can't use blade style putters is rubbish!

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Solid putter, many one putts during its first round of play for me. However the lag putts were difficult I found with it, I left all my lag putts short by a couple feet.

 

I assume heavier weights would help fix this feel, but I not up to par on movable weight technology, what do I need to get me set up for heavier weights?

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i bought this putter thinking it would be amazing. it was amazing the first few times i played with it but it sometimes feels tinny and not quite sturdy enough if you dont hit it absolutely perfect. it does its job at keeping the face perfectly square so its hard to make a slight inside inside swing like the detour helps with. the next putter i get will definatly not be a mallet but a blade. it puts great role on it when struck right but also said if u dont hit i perfect the grooves do the opposite as what they should do and actually encourage a backspin . :crazy2: good putter for a begginer though :)

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