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23 hours ago, MattM97 said:

 

That's a nice wide blade. 

Thanks… should be a nice piece when they’re done.   I’m sure it’ll feel as good as it looks

 

21 hours ago, EVandy said:

Love it!!!

Thanks I’m excited to get it for sure. 

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Artisan HM's / Custom Nike VR Pro Blades - 6.5 Project X Blackouts

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Carbon will feel softer than stainless but requires upkeep  
 

Light mill will feel hotter and have a louder click 

 

Mid mill will be in the middle both sound and speed off the face 

 

Deep mill will be the softest and the quietist 

 

I haven’t rolled anything off the shelf that felt like an Artisan with the exception of a studio design Cameron. 

 

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Cobra LTDX 3W - Tensei 1K 75 TX 

New Level 18* KBS Tour Prototype 105X / Cobra LTDX 5w - Tensei Black 85 TX

Artisan HM's / Custom Nike VR Pro Blades - 6.5 Project X Blackouts

Mizuno T22 Copper 50/54 - Project X Blackout 7.0 Spinners

Vokey 58 T Grind - Project X 6.5 Blackout

Artisan 0521 w/ LAGP 135  / Compass G.O.A.T  w/ LAGP135 / LegacyGoods Widebody w/ KBS One Step / Byron DH89 w/ LAGP135 / Cameron Studio 1.5 w/ UST All in

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13 hours ago, Phabs said:

Carbon will feel softer than stainless but requires upkeep  
 

Light mill will feel hotter and have a louder click 

 

Mid mill will be in the middle both sound and speed off the face 

 

Deep mill will be the softest and the quietist 

 

I haven’t rolled anything off the shelf that felt like an Artisan with the exception of a studio design Cameron. 

 

Appreciate that replay! I understand the theory, would love to know real world comparisons. i.e. Toulon feel, old Scotty studio stainless etc.

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Its actually funny in my putter fitting, John's and my observations observations;

 

Alignment aid made no difference to me.

Weight was huge for me, the heavy putter was so much better for my long range pace control.

Milling I noticed no real difference so went with the mid milling.

John said I should never use a mallet putter!

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I'll be visiting Artisan and will take a look at at their putters again. I love their wedges and irons but didn't quite take to the 0217 I had. 

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1 hour ago, wattage said:

I’m really curious to hear more about the blade vs mallet in your fitting. 

Spending the time hitting various putter styles, face mills, shaft and grip combinations on the outdoor green with John discussing various aspects of putters and putting is priceless. He really takes the time to understand how you putt on short putts, long putts, uphill and downhill putts as well as the type of green surfaces you putt on and uses his experience to build you a gamer which is second to none. No doubt he knows what he's doing and being readily assessable for future ideas or questions is an added bonus. I've enjoyed mine so much and have no issues paying what I paid for such a quality club. First class organization all the way around. 

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3 hours ago, wattage said:

I’m really curious to hear more about the blade vs mallet in your fitting. 

 

I had no idea where it was going, simple after 5 putts he said, never use a mallet and we went with the traditional blade.

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58 minutes ago, wattage said:

I can’t see ordering an Artisan without a fitting to be sure your putter is the right one; Weight, material, milling etc. 

That being said, I booked a fitting for Aug 23😝

You’ll enjoy it.  I didn’t do an in person but I know my specs and preferences via a quintic fit last year.  

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Artisan HM's / Custom Nike VR Pro Blades - 6.5 Project X Blackouts

Mizuno T22 Copper 50/54 - Project X Blackout 7.0 Spinners

Vokey 58 T Grind - Project X 6.5 Blackout

Artisan 0521 w/ LAGP 135  / Compass G.O.A.T  w/ LAGP135 / LegacyGoods Widebody w/ KBS One Step / Byron DH89 w/ LAGP135 / Cameron Studio 1.5 w/ UST All in

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3 hours ago, wattage said:

So, I flew out from SF to Dallas Monday and had my fitting at 0900Tuesday, flew back at 1600 Tuesday! Big storms and flash floods in parts of TX had me quite concerned the fitting wouldn't happen but decided to give it a shot. We had misty to light drizzle with no rain gear (forecast looked clear for Tuesday before leaving--ALWAYS bring your rain gear, period!). I met John in the shop at 9 and we chatted and hit a few putts indoor, I picked a few putter heads that interested me, grabbed an umbrella and went outside by 0930.

 

I grew up in Arkansas so it felt like talking to my uncle or grandfather, quite comforting, and John is quick to tell stories which I love. On the green John puts me through some drills and assessment. For me (everyone will be different) there was a lot that looked good, but some serious room for improvement in release and strike. He says, I'll fit and build you a tool after we get it right. We work on releasing the putter (Utley-esque), allowing the dominate hand to work, getting a better STRIKE! (a word he loves! and I wish I had video of our time together to hear his voice and see him teaching me). John switches heads and we quickly realize its no good, back to a different shape. We work on making a plan (calling break and entry speed), committing to it, seeing it, and then letting the brain take over. It seriously was the best 1 on 1 putting lesson/fitting I've ever had. I'm a 4 and was down to scratch when I played and practiced a lot, I don't doubt if I'd had this experience in my early days that I would've had much more success.

 

"ask a pro what their working on know what they'll tell ya? workin on that strike!"

My take home notes: Right Hand, Chin, Strike, Done. Everything's a 4 foot putt. Kill that left shoulder. STRIKE IT. Recoil drill. BOOM Strike. Make a plan, setup and let it happen. Pull it back, let it fall, strike, done.

 

John was patient, genuine, and audibly excited when he saw the changes happen. That's probably the feeling that sticks with me; that he really cares about making me a putter and helping me become a better putter! I'm a just a fella who booked a fitting ya know! We stood and worked in the rainy weather from 0930 until he saw what he needed to see from me. We went back to the shop at 1300!

 

Then we finalized the build details: I pick a head 0220, shaft finish, head finish, paint colors, grip, headcover etc. After all that time together he was happy to chat (along with Sam) about the finishes, how they are snowflakes, the time involved etc. John looks at me and says, oh you've got a plane to catch! I wish it hadn't been raining with a 45 mile drive and plane to catch, I would've love to hang as long as they would let me and soak it in, asking questions, and listening to stories. I raced back to Dallas, seriously white knuckling the wheel and slowing to 35 mph at times. Returned rental car, grabbed a bite to eat, changed out of my wet socks and got on the plane. I look down and see I'm tracking all sorts of grass on the plane from my only pair of tennis shoes 😝.

 

I thoroughly enjoyed my time with John at Artisan. As has been said, it really was one of the best golf experiences. I love golf info and he was happy to give me some detail b/c he could see I get it. He gives awesome golf references to get his point across, it makes me smile still.

 

I hope this helps anyone considering making their way to see John. I doubt everyone gets the same 'lesson' and I doubt everyone is open to changing their technique, but I am! I want to get better, I want a tool that is fit to this improved release, I'm tired of hitting 14 greens and having 31 putts.

 

I'll end with probably my favorite quote:

"we don't try to make a putt, we let it go in. that's it"

 

Thanks for everyone's input here, tell John I said hi if you followup!

 

BWATTS

 

Great write up definitely sounds like an experience you won't forget and won't get anywhere else or at least in very few places as a regular joe golfer. Can't wait to see that finished product and thoughts when you get a chance to roll it.

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7 minutes ago, MattM97 said:

 

Great write up definitely sounds like an experience you won't forget and won't get anywhere else or at least in very few places as a regular joe golfer. Can't wait to see that finished product and thoughts when you get a chance to roll it.

Unfortunate that it’s grossly over priced. 🤣

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15 hours ago, wattage said:

So, I flew out from SF to Dallas Monday and had my fitting at 0900Tuesday, flew back at 1600 Tuesday! Big storms and flash floods in parts of TX had me quite concerned the fitting wouldn't happen but decided to give it a shot. We had misty to light drizzle with no rain gear (forecast looked clear for Tuesday before leaving--ALWAYS bring your rain gear, period!). I met John in the shop at 9 and we chatted and hit a few putts indoor, I picked a few putter heads that interested me, grabbed an umbrella and went outside by 0930.

 

I grew up in Arkansas so it felt like talking to my uncle or grandfather, quite comforting, and John is quick to tell stories which I love. On the green John puts me through some drills and assessment. For me (everyone will be different) there was a lot that looked good, but some serious room for improvement in release and strike. He says, I'll fit and build you a tool after we get it right. We work on releasing the putter (Utley-esque), allowing the dominate hand to work, getting a better STRIKE! (a word he loves! and I wish I had video of our time together to hear his voice and see him teaching me). John switches heads and we quickly realize its no good, back to a different shape. We work on making a plan (calling break and entry speed), committing to it, seeing it, and then letting the brain take over. It seriously was the best 1 on 1 putting lesson/fitting I've ever had. I'm a 4 and was down to scratch when I played and practiced a lot, I don't doubt if I'd had this experience in my early days that I would've had much more success.

 

"ask a pro what their working on know what they'll tell ya? workin on that strike!"

My take home notes: Right Hand, Chin, Strike, Done. Everything's a 4 foot putt. Kill that left shoulder. STRIKE IT. Recoil drill. BOOM Strike. Make a plan, setup and let it happen. Pull it back, let it fall, strike, done.

 

John was patient, genuine, and audibly excited when he saw the changes happen. That's probably the feeling that sticks with me; that he really cares about making me a putter and helping me become a better putter! I'm a just a fella who booked a fitting ya know! We stood and worked in the rainy weather from 0930 until he saw what he needed to see from me. We went back to the shop at 1300!

 

Then we finalized the build details: I pick a head 0220, shaft finish, head finish, paint colors, grip, headcover etc. After all that time together he was happy to chat (along with Sam) about the finishes, how they are snowflakes, the time involved etc. John looks at me and says, oh you've got a plane to catch! I wish it hadn't been raining with a 45 mile drive and plane to catch, I would've love to hang as long as they would let me and soak it in, asking questions, and listening to stories. I raced back to Dallas, seriously white knuckling the wheel and slowing to 35 mph at times. Returned rental car, grabbed a bite to eat, changed out of my wet socks and got on the plane. I look down and see I'm tracking all sorts of grass on the plane from my only pair of tennis shoes 😝.

 

I thoroughly enjoyed my time with John at Artisan. As has been said, it really was one of the best golf experiences. I love golf info and he was happy to give me some detail b/c he could see I get it. He gives awesome golf references to get his point across, it makes me smile still.

 

I hope this helps anyone considering making their way to see John. I doubt everyone gets the same 'lesson' and I doubt everyone is open to changing their technique, but I am! I want to get better, I want a tool that is fit to this improved release, I'm tired of hitting 14 greens and having 31 putts.

 

I'll end with probably my favorite quote:

"we don't try to make a putt, we let it go in. that's it"

 

Thanks for everyone's input here, tell John I said hi if you followup!

 

BWATTS

 

Thanks for sharing and knowing it was a worthwhile experience.

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9 hours ago, wattage said:

So, I flew out from SF to Dallas Monday and had my fitting at 0900Tuesday, flew back at 1600 Tuesday! Big storms and flash floods in parts of TX had me quite concerned the fitting wouldn't happen but decided to give it a shot. We had misty to light drizzle with no rain gear (forecast looked clear for Tuesday before leaving--ALWAYS bring your rain gear, period!). I met John in the shop at 9 and we chatted and hit a few putts indoor, I picked a few putter heads that interested me, grabbed an umbrella and went outside by 0930.

 

I grew up in Arkansas so it felt like talking to my uncle or grandfather, quite comforting, and John is quick to tell stories which I love. On the green John puts me through some drills and assessment. For me (everyone will be different) there was a lot that looked good, but some serious room for improvement in release and strike. He says, I'll fit and build you a tool after we get it right. We work on releasing the putter (Utley-esque), allowing the dominate hand to work, getting a better STRIKE! (a word he loves! and I wish I had video of our time together to hear his voice and see him teaching me). John switches heads and we quickly realize its no good, back to a different shape. We work on making a plan (calling break and entry speed), committing to it, seeing it, and then letting the brain take over. It seriously was the best 1 on 1 putting lesson/fitting I've ever had. I'm a 4 and was down to scratch when I played and practiced a lot, I don't doubt if I'd had this experience in my early days that I would've had much more success.

 

"ask a pro what their working on know what they'll tell ya? workin on that strike!"

My take home notes: Right Hand, Chin, Strike, Done. Everything's a 4 foot putt. Kill that left shoulder. STRIKE IT. Recoil drill. BOOM Strike. Make a plan, setup and let it happen. Pull it back, let it fall, strike, done.

 

John was patient, genuine, and audibly excited when he saw the changes happen. That's probably the feeling that sticks with me; that he really cares about making me a putter and helping me become a better putter! I'm a just a fella who booked a fitting ya know! We stood and worked in the rainy weather from 0930 until he saw what he needed to see from me. We went back to the shop at 1300!

 

Then we finalized the build details: I pick a head 0220, shaft finish, head finish, paint colors, grip, headcover etc. After all that time together he was happy to chat (along with Sam) about the finishes, how they are snowflakes, the time involved etc. John looks at me and says, oh you've got a plane to catch! I wish it hadn't been raining with a 45 mile drive and plane to catch, I would've love to hang as long as they would let me and soak it in, asking questions, and listening to stories. I raced back to Dallas, seriously white knuckling the wheel and slowing to 35 mph at times. Returned rental car, grabbed a bite to eat, changed out of my wet socks and got on the plane. I look down and see I'm tracking all sorts of grass on the plane from my only pair of tennis shoes 😝.

 

I thoroughly enjoyed my time with John at Artisan. As has been said, it really was one of the best golf experiences. I love golf info and he was happy to give me some detail b/c he could see I get it. He gives awesome golf references to get his point across, it makes me smile still.

 

I hope this helps anyone considering making their way to see John. I doubt everyone gets the same 'lesson' and I doubt everyone is open to changing their technique, but I am! I want to get better, I want a tool that is fit to this improved release, I'm tired of hitting 14 greens and having 31 putts.

 

I'll end with probably my favorite quote:

"we don't try to make a putt, we let it go in. that's it"

 

Thanks for everyone's input here, tell John I said hi if you followup!

 

BWATTS

 

Glad you had fun; makes me think of my fitting for the putter where I just melted in 100+ degrees, bluebird day!

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2 minutes ago, Phabs said:

Well this happened today.  Putter soles absolutely perfect and feels amazing.   Sticking my LAGP in it this afternoon and playing tomorrow morning.   Titanium neck came out great in contrast to the head 

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I like that a lot especially with the Oxidado finish I assume that's the 0519 with a lot of softening done? Also what's the width of that head and what face milling did you go with? 

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3H: 19° Ping G410 | Tensei CK Pro Orange 90TX

Irons: PXG 0311P 4-6 | 0317CB 7-PW | DG 120 X100

Wedges: SM9 50° - 54° - 58° 

Putter(s): Ping PLD Anser 4K | CMD Gauge R | and more. 

Ball: TP5X 2024

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8 minutes ago, MattM97 said:

 

I like that a lot especially with the Oxidado finish I assume that's the 0519 with a lot of softening done? Also what's the width of that head and what face milling did you go with? 

That’s the 0521 mid blade with a ton of hand softening.  That’s the mid mill depth, blade width is 1 3/8ths 

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Artisan HM's / Custom Nike VR Pro Blades - 6.5 Project X Blackouts

Mizuno T22 Copper 50/54 - Project X Blackout 7.0 Spinners

Vokey 58 T Grind - Project X 6.5 Blackout

Artisan 0521 w/ LAGP 135  / Compass G.O.A.T  w/ LAGP135 / LegacyGoods Widebody w/ KBS One Step / Byron DH89 w/ LAGP135 / Cameron Studio 1.5 w/ UST All in

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1 minute ago, Phabs said:

Yeah mid blade with a ton of hand softening.  That’s the mid mill depth, blade width is 1 3/8ths 

 

The softening definitely makes that shape come alive especially with the rolled top line. That's a good size blade they have so many shapes/sizes not on their site it's almost like you have to go there. 

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3W: 15° Callaway Paradym X | AD-IZ 7X

3H: 19° Ping G410 | Tensei CK Pro Orange 90TX

Irons: PXG 0311P 4-6 | 0317CB 7-PW | DG 120 X100

Wedges: SM9 50° - 54° - 58° 

Putter(s): Ping PLD Anser 4K | CMD Gauge R | and more. 

Ball: TP5X 2024

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1 minute ago, MattM97 said:

 

The softening definitely makes that shape come alive especially with the rolled top line. That's a good size blade they have so many shapes/sizes not on their site it's almost like you have to go there. 

Yeah they have a lot of options not on the site.  He killed it on this thing… I wanted a fat bodied Newport style bumper appearance.  Produced exactly what I wanted … he said the 0521 head isnt super common and asked what about it I was interested in. 

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Artisan HM's / Custom Nike VR Pro Blades - 6.5 Project X Blackouts

Mizuno T22 Copper 50/54 - Project X Blackout 7.0 Spinners

Vokey 58 T Grind - Project X 6.5 Blackout

Artisan 0521 w/ LAGP 135  / Compass G.O.A.T  w/ LAGP135 / LegacyGoods Widebody w/ KBS One Step / Byron DH89 w/ LAGP135 / Cameron Studio 1.5 w/ UST All in

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Just now, Phabs said:

Yeah they have a lot of options not on the site.  He killed it on this thing… I wanted a fat bodied Newport style bumper appearance.  Produced exactly what I wanted … he said the 0521 head isnt super common and asked what about it I was interested in. 

 

With all of those heads and other options definitely need to sift through all their heads and options at the shop. I'm sure he can narrow it down over the phone. 

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3W: 15° Callaway Paradym X | AD-IZ 7X

3H: 19° Ping G410 | Tensei CK Pro Orange 90TX

Irons: PXG 0311P 4-6 | 0317CB 7-PW | DG 120 X100

Wedges: SM9 50° - 54° - 58° 

Putter(s): Ping PLD Anser 4K | CMD Gauge R | and more. 

Ball: TP5X 2024

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Now LAGP equipped.  Changed the feel of the head immediately in a better way.

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Artisan HM's / Custom Nike VR Pro Blades - 6.5 Project X Blackouts

Mizuno T22 Copper 50/54 - Project X Blackout 7.0 Spinners

Vokey 58 T Grind - Project X 6.5 Blackout

Artisan 0521 w/ LAGP 135  / Compass G.O.A.T  w/ LAGP135 / LegacyGoods Widebody w/ KBS One Step / Byron DH89 w/ LAGP135 / Cameron Studio 1.5 w/ UST All in

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      Cameron putter covers - 2024 US Open
      New UST Mamiya Linq shaft - 2024 US Open

       

       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • Titleist GT drivers - 2024 the Memorial Tournament
      Early in hand photos of the new GT2 models t the truck.  As soon as they show up on the range in player's bags we'll get some better from the top photos and hopefully some comparison photos against the last model.
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Discussion and Links to Photos
      Please put any questions or comments here
       
       
       
      General Albums
       
      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Monday #1
      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Tuesday #1
      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Tuesday #2
      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Tuesday #3
       
       
       
       
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      Keith Mitchell - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Rafa Campos - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      R Squared - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Martin Laird - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Paul Haley - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Tyler Duncan - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Min Woo Lee - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Austin Smotherman - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Lee Hodges - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Sami Valimaki - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
       
       
       
       
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      Eric Cole's newest custom Cameron putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      New Super Stroke Marvel comic themed grips - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Ben Taylor's custom Cameron putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Tyler Duncan's Axis 1 putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Cameron putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Chris Kirk's new Callaway Opus wedges - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      ProTC irons - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Dragon Skin 360 grips - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Cobra prototype putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      SeeMore putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • 2024 PGA Championship - Discussion and Links to Photos
      Please put  any questions or comments here
       
       
       
       
      General Albums
       
      2024 PGA Championship - Monday #1
       
       
       
       
       
      WITB Albums
       
      Michael Block - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Patrick Reed - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Cam Smith - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Brooks Koepka - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Josh Speight - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Takumi Kanaya - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Kyle Mendoza - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Adrian Meronk - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Jordan Smith - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Jeremy Wells - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Jared Jones - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      John Somers - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Larkin Gross - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Tracy Phillips - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Jon Rahm - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Keita Nakajima - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Kazuma Kobori - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      David Puig - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Ryan Van Velzen - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
       
       
       
       
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      Ping putter covers - 2024 PGA Championship
      Bettinardi covers - 2024 PGA Championship
      Cameron putter covers - 2024 PGA Championship
      Max Homa - Titleist 2 wood - 2024 PGA Championship
      Scotty Cameron experimental putter shaft by UST - 2024 PGA Championship
       
       
       
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