Category: Reviews

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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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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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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