Category: Reviews

Nike Method Putter Review

In 2009, Nike won 2 majors with prototypes of their new Method putter. I’d hazard a guess that British Open winner Stewart Cink, and US Open winner Lucas Glover are going to have a Method in the bag for some time. This season you don’t have to be a pro to get your hands on a Method.

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Bettinardi Studio Stock Review

Bettinardi Golf is known for milling some of the finest putters in the USA. The Studio Stock series is a return to soft-carbon steel with a Black-Oxide finish but the new customization and ordering options make this a serious contender…right out of the gate.

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Byron Morgan 006 Long-Neck Review

Byron Morgan has been enjoying quite a bit of success lately. With the addition of the 006, 007, and 008x putters, he’s been on most collector’s “Short List” of preferred putter makers. We got a chance to check out the first “006 Long Neck” last week…take a few min and read what we thought.

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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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