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Cleveland Black XL   Driver-3 wood-5 wood-3 hybrid
Cleveland Black XL Driver-3 wood-5 wood-3 hybrid
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New Cleveland Golf CG Black 265 Driver 10.5* Regular Flex
New Cleveland Golf CG Black 265 Driver 10.5* Regular Flex
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Cleveland Golf Launcher Driver 8.5* Stiff ProForce 65 Gold Graphite Shaft
Cleveland Golf Launcher Driver 8.5* Stiff ProForce 65 Gold Graphite Shaft
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Cleveland Classic XL Custom 10.5* Driver Miyazaki JDL 6S Stiff
Cleveland Classic XL Custom 10.5* Driver Miyazaki JDL 6S Stiff
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Cleveland Golf Launcher SL 290 Driver 9* Stiff Miyazaki C Kua Graphite Shaft
Cleveland Golf Launcher SL 290 Driver 9* Stiff Miyazaki C Kua Graphite Shaft
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New 2013 Cleveland 588 Altitude 10.5* Driver Matrix Radix Regular flex Graphite
New 2013 Cleveland 588 Altitude 10.5* Driver Matrix Radix Regular flex Graphite
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Cleveland 2012 CG Black Driver 1W 10.5* Graphite Regular Left 46 in
Cleveland 2012 CG Black Driver 1W 10.5* Graphite Regular Left 46 in
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NEW 2012 CLEVELAND CLASSIC 270 10.5* DRIVER STIFF FLEX MIYAZAKI 39S GRAPHITE
NEW 2012 CLEVELAND CLASSIC 270 10.5* DRIVER STIFF FLEX MIYAZAKI 39S GRAPHITE
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9.5* Cleveland Launcher TL310 Driver Stiff Miyazaki Tour Issue 59S Graphite
9.5* Cleveland Launcher TL310 Driver Stiff Miyazaki Tour Issue 59S Graphite
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NEW Cleveland Golf Launcher XL 270 Driver 9º Stiff Flex Miyazaki Graphite
NEW Cleveland Golf Launcher XL 270 Driver 9º Stiff Flex Miyazaki Graphite
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Cleveland Launcher 460 Titanium 9.5* Driver X-Flex
Cleveland Launcher 460 Titanium 9.5* Driver X-Flex
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Cleveland Classic XL 285 Senior 10.5* Driver Miyazaki Graphite Golf Club
Cleveland Classic XL 285 Senior 10.5* Driver Miyazaki Graphite Golf Club
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CLEVELAND CLASSIC XL CUSTOM MENS LH 9* DRIVER MATRIX OZIK 6Q3 GRAPHITE STIFF LH
CLEVELAND CLASSIC XL CUSTOM MENS LH 9* DRIVER MATRIX OZIK 6Q3 GRAPHITE STIFF LH
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Cleveland Classic XL 285 9* Driver Miyazaki Stiff Graphite Golf Club
Cleveland Classic XL 285 9* Driver Miyazaki Stiff Graphite Golf Club
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CLEVELAND CLASSIC XL 9* MENS RIGHT-HAND DRIVER MIYAZAKI B.ASHA 4 GRAPHITE STIFF
CLEVELAND CLASSIC XL 9* MENS RIGHT-HAND DRIVER MIYAZAKI B.ASHA 4 GRAPHITE STIFF
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New putter for my putting style?

C*smosMpower said: I've been doing some research on putting and equipment since that part of my game has really been killing my scores with a lot of 2 and 3 putts when I get on in regulation. I watched a video that said there are 2 main styles of putting. The first being those that open the clubface on the backswing and square it at impact similar to a normal golf swing and then straight back and straight through. I feel like I'm more of a straight back straight through kind of guy and I'm not sure if my current putter suits that. I feel like the clubhead is a bit unstable and wobbles off line on my backswing and hard to control on the through swing. Maybe I have the wrong style of putter for my style? I use a Taylor Made Rossa Sebring 2 blade right now. I demo'd a few others and really liked the Odyssey white hot 2 ball blade. It seemed a bit heavier and gave me a more solid stroke throughout with a very nice soft touch. So my question is, are blade putters mainly designed with the arc putting style in mind or back and through and is there another style of putter that might suit me better (mallet etc). Sorry for the long question, I'm new here and very enthusiastic about dropping my scores this summer.

*racer said: Face-balanced mallet putter. I've tried many blades, and I like them for a while, then go back to a mallet. My natural putting stroke is a right-sided push through the ball. I just can't maintain an arc stroke.

C*smosMpower said: What about a slight combination? I really liked this one. I think it's because at my position the blade is laying flat on the ground not offset with the toe pointing up slightly. Also the heavier weight helped keep it steady and the 2 ball alignment helped tremendously. My TM putter just has a small line in the middle.

*racer said: Quote: Originally Posted by CosmosMpower What about a slight combination? I really liked this one. I think it's because at my position the blade is laying flat on the ground not offset with the toe pointing up slightly. Also the heavier weight helped keep it steady and the 2 ball alignment helped tremendously. My TM putter just has a small line in the middle. That's a great putter, but I personally find the two big white balls a bit distracting. Here's what I've gone back to after my latest flirtation with a blade. It's a Nike T130 OZ.

Spl*oGe said: Why haven't you changed the sig then? Worried about losing your Scotty club card?

*racer said: Quote: Originally Posted by SplooGe Why haven't you changed the sig then? Worried about losing your Scotty club card? Better? I still love my Scotty's. They're warm and fuzzy, and way better than any other putter out there. They are like little pieces of gold sitting in my closet. I'm just not good enough to play one yet. But don't surprised if you see another one in my sig in the near future...

MCD*vis said: Quote: Originally Posted by Eracer Better? I still love my Scotty's. They're warm and fuzzy, and way better than any other putter out there. They are like little pieces of gold sitting in my closet. I'm just not good enough to play one yet. But don't surprised if you see another one in my sig in the near future... The longer they stay in the closet, the longer it'll be before you are good enough to use them. Pick your favorite, put it in the bag, and make up your mind that you have the best putter in the world every time you use it. Once you're confident in it, the putts will fall. btw, nice sig change.

*racer said: Quote: Originally Posted by MCDavis The longer they stay in the closet, the longer it'll be before you are good enough to use them. Pick your favorite, put it in the bag, and make up your mind that you have the best putter in the world every time you use it. Once you're confident in it, the putts will fall. btw, nice sig change. You're right (god that hurt).

L*ttaBalata said: I don't know if a particular style putter, goes with a particular school of thought as far as putting style. For me personally, I've always been a straight back and straight thru, with a cut or a push if I'm not really concentrating. As far as what putter I'm using. . .I've switched to the Rife 2-bar mallet.Rife Putters....Top putters....Best Putters The grooves are NOT A GIMMICK. I don't care what anyone says. If you've not at least tried one of these for a few rounds, YOU SHOULD! I've cut at LEAST, 3 or 4 strokes from my game. Which is good, because my drives are horrid, I need some help somewhere! The putter gives me GREAT confidence from anywhere on a green. I feel like it lines up better than any putter I've owned, the heavier weights give me good control, and the ball simply ROLLS BETTER off of the Rife. I don't know if I helped at all. . .but it seems everyone posting has turned this into a "try my putter" thread.