Like any enthusiast, I have a variety of putters and styles, some good and some not so much.nnI've been using a Cameron Notchback and have had some great putting rounds with it lately but, I saw this one on the website. While I've always liked the Answer blade style I've also been partial to mallets starting with the original Fat Lady.nnI have to say, once you get a stroke that works for it, this putter is pretty awesome. You have to use less of an arc and more of a straight back and through stroke and can use a slight arc. Once you get it right, it goes where you point it and you're going to find how off your crooked eye is!nnIt has a good feel off the face, not too soft and not to hard, and it gets a good and true roll. I'm putting a lot of long putts right next to the hole, making those pesky 5 footers, etc. Two putting is nice. It's pretty consistent if used properly.nnLooks good, not too weird looking and I like the dark shaft. I think the hosel is just right for this head. I would have not have bought the bent shaft model.nnThe only thing that was disappointing was the stock pencil pistol grip. I've been liking the Cameron style pistol grip size and thickness and after two grip changes, I found that the new medium size GolfPride SNSR Contour works best for me.nnGet this putter. If it doesn't work for you now, it will one day. A week after I started using mine, DJ used a TaylorMade mallet to win but, don't get that one. This one is better!
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