Starting Point - Putting - Putters
Considering you spend more strokes on the green than the rest of the hole, it only makes sense to start with putting as the initial stage to reducing your score.
Putters, which type to use.
No good answer here - what feels best to you!!
Tried - Not Good
Odyssey DFX - I found was too lightweight
Scotty Cameron Newport Putter - very nice putter, little room for error and the dots to line up the ball for me seemed to make it difficult to line up properly.
Scott Cameron Kombi - found it to be too heavy and awkward
Tried and Liked
Taylor Made Spider X - easy to line up ball, great balance and weight. I get the distance down almost every time. Aim seems to be the biggest issue which is a me thing.
Putting - The Rest
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