Author: Doug Hardman

Ping Karsten Series Putter Review

After a long hiatus filled with funky-looking plastic inserts, 1/2 bicycle-rim sized branding irons, and a slew of “what were they thinking” putters from our friends in Scottsdale…we have a good-old-fashioned Ping Anser again.

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Bettinardi Black Carbon Series Putter Review

Mizuno and Bettinardi are two names synonymous with quality. The former being one of the largest sporting goods companies in the world, the latter being one of the worlds foremost putter designers. When the two of them team up to put out a line of putters…you are in for something special. The Black Carbon series of putters is the second major release from the Mizuno/Bettinardi team. Read on to find out how they did now that the honeymoon is over.

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Wilson 8862 Putter Review

Wilson Golf has had a good year, but a legendary career. Palmer, Nicklaus and Crenshaw all made Wilson famous, and this year Padraig Harrington threw his name into the mix by winning the British Open. The 8862 is a return to a classic design, but can it honor the legendary status that precedes it?

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Scotty Cameron 009 Putter Review

Scotty Cameron is know the world over for his interpretations of classic putter designs. The 009 is Scotty’s most widely sought-after Tour gamer. The soft lines, outstanding quality, and “Wow Factor” make this one heck of a putter to be seen using on the greens…if you can get past the $2,500+ you’ll need to spend to get one home.

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C&L “350 Milled” Putter Review

Two guys named Chip and Lee set out this January to create an affordable “Tour Quality” putter. They weren’t ever thinking of putting one in a tour player’s bag, or reaching millions of people with their designs. The just wanted to make a quality putter that was affordable for anyone that wanted one.

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