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Rossa Monza Itsy Bitsy Spider

 

Forgiveness & Accuracy In A Midsize Head

 

As its name suggests, the Itsy Bitsy Monza Spider is smaller than the original Monza Spider. It was created at the request of tour pros who wanted a midsize Monza Spider that, like the original, is extremely forgiving, easy to aim and delivers excellent roll.

 

 

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I messed around with one at my local shop and my friend ended up picking one up. Just from playing with it it's very, very forgiving. Looks great at address. I like the way it feels going back, very balanced. Just a solid putter that gives confidence, which is what putting is all about IMO. I will be putting one in the bag by next season hopefully.

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Well after having the putter for a week, I can safely say it won't be leaving the bag for a while.

Solid, Forgiving & Balanced. Puts a great roll on the ball.

Didn't get a chance to compare it side by side with the standard Spider, but at the price I paid it was hard to say no.

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Well after having the putter for a week, I can safely say it won't be leaving the bag for a while.

Solid, Forgiving & Balanced. Puts a great roll on the ball.

Didn't get a chance to compare it side by side with the standard Spider, but at the price I paid it was hard to say no.

:smilie_tm:

 

It's even better now I've had it cut-down 2". :D

Much more consistent now, both with distance & line.

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Well after having the putter for a week, I can safely say it won't be leaving the bag for a while.

Solid, Forgiving & Balanced. Puts a great roll on the ball.

Didn't get a chance to compare it side by side with the standard Spider, but at the price I paid it was hard to say no.

:smilie_tm:

 

I had the original Spider. The Itsy Bitsy is a far superior putter IMO, it rolls the ball with some feel as to distance control. My playing partners have regretted my switch. You will not be disappointed. :rolleyes:

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The Itsy Bitsy rolls the ball tremendously well...but too well for me. Let me explain:

 

However they did it, the grooved face WORKS. This putter, on makes, has the prettiest roll that I've ever seen off of any putter. Nevertheless, I found that the roll is ideal ONLY on straight, uphill putts.

 

I'm a relatively good putter, and I thought that I could optimize my "putter launch conditions" by moving to AGSI technology. This is the straightest putter I've ever used, but the roll CONFUSES the HELL out of me on breaking putts. When I play my normal break, the ball hits my line, but always rolls out much faster than any other putter in the world. This putter's "ball speed" is striking. In addition, if the breaking putt is downhill, I can forget about it. If I miss, I WILL have about a 3 footer left for par or worse. I've squandered many birdie and par opportunities by using this putter, and I don't like the idea of changing my stroke or even my approach selection just for gaming this putter. In order to utilize this technology, I must be below the hole all of the time. More often than not, I am not skilled enough to place my ball repeatedly below the hole just so I don't fear blowing it past the hole by 3-4 feet every time.

 

I've made my share of putts, but I've missed some otherwise cans of corn too. If you leave putts shorts, this is the putter for you. However, if you're a "go for broke" putter, be careful before pulling the trigger on this bad boy.

 

Overall rating: 4

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Used this putter today for the first time out on the course. I love the way the ball comes off the face, even off centre putts. Have been using Odyssey Tour #5 and it will be off to eBay now!!

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