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Has anyone seen much info about or gotten their hands on the new Westside Anvil?

Looks like it would fill a slot nicely in their line up 4 2 0 4

I'm wondering if it flies true to the numbers.

I'm also anxious to see if it matches their other midranges in size, shape and rim configurations.

I know we are still a bit early, but i figured i would fish for any info out there.
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Seems pretty similar to a Gator, or their own Harp.
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That is part of what i am wondering.

Is it really only a speed 4 approach like the Harp or is it a bit faster into Mid Range.


Even Westside has the Harp listed amongst the putters, but the Anvil is being talked about as a mid range.

Also is it a true 4 LSF?
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So, they made a Justice? Maybe?

I’d try one if it’s more OS and sleeker than a Harp.

If not...I have many Harps.
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