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I never owned a 2 ball, but messed around with one for a while. I didn't really like it all that much to be honest. Didn't think there was much feel to this thing and the shape seemed to clunky for me.

 

I did try out the monza corza and I think it's great. In fact, I ended up buying one after some deliberation. I think it's got very good feel and works well on both long and short putts. I was very impressed with it (I have the double bend shaft version) and think it will be in my bag for a long time.

 

There are two small things that were minor annoyances. First, you can grass in some of the ares because it's open--that can be a little annoying because when I look down it bugs me. Can't do much about this one.

 

The other was that the sight line was black and it could be hard to use. I took care of this by filling it in with red paint. It stands out very nicely and complements the color scheme well.

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I never owned a 2 ball, but messed around with one for a while.  I didn't really like it all that much to be honest.  Didn't think there was much feel to this thing and the shape seemed to clunky for me.

 

I did try out the monza corza and I think it's great.  In fact, I ended up buying one after some deliberation.  I think it's got very good feel and works well on both long and short putts.  I was very impressed with it (I have the double bend shaft version) and think it will be in my bag for a long time. 

 

There are two small things that were minor annoyances.  First, you can grass in some of the ares because it's open--that can be a little annoying because when I look down it bugs me.  Can't do much about this one.

 

The other was that the sight line was black and it could be hard to use.  I took care of this by filling it in with red paint.  It stands out very nicely and complements the color scheme well.

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what kind of paint did you use............can you basically use any paint to fill up the line?

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Yep. I also filled mine in with the red paint! Looks great, easy to do with the "Testors" modeling paint and a tiny brush.

 

I own a two ball and a dfx two ball, and I have switched to the Corza. I had great success this year making all kinds of putts with the Corza, and I think the putter just seems to get the ball rolling truer and more on line than any I've tried.

 

The TaylorMade people came around with their tour van and put a monitor on the inside putting green to show how the putter ACTUALLY DOES this. That AGSI insert is the real deal.

 

This putter surprised me. I love it.

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2-Ball is a great putter. Ridiculousy easy to line and has a great roll. I would reccomend the White Hot insert as in my opinion it's still the best. Corza is good too but not totally convinced by the AGSI grooves and 2-Ball alignment is better. I prefer the 2-Ball.

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I disagree with progolfer 33. First off, I think the white hot insert isnt all that great, but the white steel is a good improvement. The 2ball is really easy to align like the others said, so if alignment is your problem than go with it.

 

The Corza to me, just feels better, and think their gimmicky insert may actually have some truth to it.

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Like to know what you think of these two putter.

 

I have both 2-ball dfx and the corza.. No doubt the 2-ball has the best alignment system.. very difficult to go wrong on your line, especially those short putts.. but I have found that ball striking is a bit.. (?)challenging.. you require very good putting technique otherwise the ball just jumps off your face (this I found especially with the white steel).. I have a reasonably good technique, but occasionally I do get nervous/tired/pressured and the results arent pretty..

 

The Corza has great feel when ball striking and I found that I have been making less error (such a thing as a forgiving putter?) when not focused enough.. but the alignment REALLY sucks.. (a line as an alignment? c'mon TM...) I now find it mandatory to have a line on the ball to get a good putt (especially the medium to longer putts)..

 

I have stuck to the Corza though.

 

hope this helps.. planning to colour the line red sometime soon too.. :)

 

cheers,

Mooze

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