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Byron Morgan 007 Putter Review

Byron Morgan 007 Putter Review

When someone thinks of “007″ they think of a tuxedo, an Aston Martin, an Omega Seamaster, and a Walther PPK…not necessarily a putter by Byron Morgan. While I don’t think Ian Fleming had a particular putter in mind when he sat down to write the first James Bond book in 1952, I think Byron Morgan has created a putter worthy of the number “007″.

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First Look: Bettinardi Tour Blade Prototype

First Look: Bettinardi Tour Blade Prototype

When you’ve seen a prototype putter go from concept to reality in a few short days, you know you are working with a serious putter maker. When you get to use that vision for the first time…it is nothing short of awesome. Come take a look at what Bob Bettinardi comes up with for a modern-day revival of an old classic.

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Sizemore XB-1 Prototype Review

Sizemore XB-1 Prototype Review

There are plenty of good putter designers out there. One of the things that we’re trying to do with Putter Talk, is educate people about all of them. In Bruce Sizemore, we find a designer that pays attention to the details and puts the whole package together.

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Machine M1A Prototype Review

Machine M1A Prototype Review

When I first saw Dave Billings’ “Machine” line, I thought they looked cool. When I dug a little deeper, I learned that there is a LOT more to them than just a neat looking line. When it comes down to it, Dave is one of the few guys that really understands what it takes to make it in the high-end putter market…and he’s just getting started.

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T.P. Mills Handmade Review

T.P. Mills Handmade Review

Sometime in the late 1960s, a gentleman with the initials P.B. arrived at a garage in Tuscalossa, Alabama to have a conversation with a Postman named T.P Mills about making a putter for him. Fast-Forward 40 Years, and we take the old dog out for a spin to see how it stacks up to today’s putters.

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Puku JME Putter Review

Puku JME Putter Review

There are no less than 3 things in the Puku JME that you won’t find in another production putter. To kick off “Masters Week Mayhem” I thought I’d start with a putter that 90% of the readers have never heard of.

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P3 “Perfect Putting Pendulum” Review.

P3 “Perfect Putting Pendulum” Review.

The P3 Training aid aims to teach the “Perfect Putting Pendulum”. The goal being a smooth stroke with proper shoulder rotation. Ambitious as that may sound, the P3 makes it simple.

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Profound Putters Dark Ace Review

Profound Putters Dark Ace Review

When you sit down to think of a radical new putter design, the phrase “Hide The Orange” isn’t something you plan on ending up with. The engineers at Profound Putters have a way to help you keep your putts alined, and work that very phrase into your putting routine.

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First Look: Bettinardi MB-01 Prototype

First Look: Bettinardi MB-01 Prototype

When Bettinardi’s head of Product Development hands you with a putter and says “This putter doesn’t exist yet, tell me what you think” you KNOW you are in for something special. Take a look at this prototype mallet with a new face milling technology!

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Srixon Z-UR Series

Srixon Z-UR Series

When an angry ball with jagged teeth tells you to get my “Sricks-On”…you listen! (Especially when Jim Furyk is standing behind him with his arms crossed!) We take the Srixon Z-UR series balls for a test drive and find that it doesn’t take a $50 bill to get performance from a golf ball.

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Bettinardi C Series Review

Bettinardi C Series Review

Whether it is for his innovations in CNC Milled putters, or his ability to turn carbon steel into jewelry, people know a Bettinardi putter when they see one. The Bettinardi “C Series” putters have given Mizuno renewed credibility in the luxury putter market. We take a look at this “Marvel of the Moss” and find that it’s not just a pretty face.

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Byron Morgan Handmade Review

Byron Morgan Handmade Review

Byron Morgan is one of the best-kept secrets in handcrafted putters. Most golfers don’t realize that there are still craftsmen out there that are producing Hand Made putters. This time, we explore the process of having Byron Morgan make a putter just for you…by hand.

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