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By Alex

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  1. fits a number of players. I've had success with many a different make & model of putter.

    I did buy a circa 62 No.3 33" in 2011 which I should of never parted with. Hands down the best feel for me on the dancefloor.

    I was lucky enough to pick up the 2018 select squareback such a classic look with the button back design. Not only is it a lovely looking putter in my opinion, I find it has a fantastic ability to boost your confidence at address with the wider body.

    I think for me a solid putter has better feel no inserts and no gimmicks so I had to get my hands on a more suitable version of my old circa.

    Countless hours of searching on eBay I managed to get what I consider to be the perfect candidate.

    Here's a picture of both my Scotty's:

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  2. JW

    Bradenton, Florida

    That 2018 is a great looking putter!
  3. It’s good to have a few flatsticks in my opinion. You hear all the time that your players say they benched a putter because is was acting up. Very nice mesh of new and old you got there.
  4. Have a pro check your clubs every few years. Get measured for new ones about every five years.
  5. Hit longer and straighter with the same swing speed...
  6. Anthony C

    Anthony C
    Tinton Falls NJ

    I hear too!

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