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Old 01-11-2014, 10:15 PM
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I cannot seem to settle in on a putter. What has led you to stick with one mold?
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Old 01-11-2014, 10:18 PM
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I throw the Judge, just like in your sig. But it was a long road. I finally decided I like the feel of a bead, but not the general flight of beaded putters. They dumped too early for my style. With the feel of the bead, though, and the relatively straight flight, the Judge has been a really nice fit for me.

Be patient, and remember: Most of the time, the putter isn't the issue. It's the user.
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I putt with the Neutron Ion. I love the feel of a beaded putter as well. My Ions are seasoned, and for all I know they fly like Judges. They've definitely lost some of their fade.

As onemilemore said, it's the one putting, not the putter.
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I putt with whatever putter I use for driving. Since I found the wizard a few years ago, it's the only putter mold I use for drives, upshots and putts. It feels good in my hand, and I like not having different feeling putters for different shots. Inside the circle, you can make just about any putter on the market work well for you so it really comes down to feel.
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Old 01-11-2014, 11:11 PM
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I putt with whatever putter I use for driving. Since I found the wizard a few years ago, it's the only putter mold I use for drives, upshots and putts. It feels good in my hand, and I like not having different feeling putters for different shots. Inside the circle, you can make just about any putter on the market work well for you so it really comes down to feel.
This +1. And base plastic is highly recommended.
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i committed to wizards because i told myself i would. i didn't like them at first and they didn't work for me. now i drive much better with them, putt much better with them and approach much better too. my putting still sucks though. i'm blaming winter, but i'm kind of worried; been on a really bad streak lately.

i also like wizards because i like the idea of using a putter for years. i have several hard and somewhat slick wizards that are going to beat into beautiful things.
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What: Pure

Why: It feels nice
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I get everything close enough to the basket I can just reach that in. I don't even need a putter, bro.







I'm also a liar. I use a classic judge. The why you don't need, you got one.
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I tried a Voodoo SSS and it was clear that I was done searching for the right putter.
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