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SeeMore SB1 Silverback Putter Review

The SeeMore Putter Company is rolling into 2009 with its new SB1 mallet, the company’s first putter to offer adjustable weighting technology. The SB1, a.k.a. Silverback, is the latest chapter in SeeMore’s remarkable return to the elite putter ranks under ...

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Slotline Raider Putter Review

A blast from the past is back in business as Slotline Golf is set to launch no less than 14 new putters later this month, its first putter offerings since 2001. Now, as before, Slotline is promoting the benefits of ...

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Cleveland Classic Putter Review

Right when the economy was in a tailspin last month, Cleveland Golf announced a new solution to your shrinking wallet—$69 putters promising a “soft yet solid feel.” The new putters fall under the Cleveland Classics banner, and will begin shipping ...

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Mizuno Bettinardi Black Carbon Putter Review

Mizuno Golf is back in black with three new Mizuno Bettinardi Black Carbon putters, extending the Black Carbon line that was introduced late last year. Mizuno’s Black Carbon putters ($249) aim to offer unmatched feel via a proprietary face technology—not ...

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“Aaron Baddeley: Putting” Video Review

What if you could literally see yourself putting through the eyes of one of the PGA Tour’s top performers? Seeitgolf aims to answer this question with a new instructional video called “Aaron Baddeley: Putting,” which is billed as an innovative ...

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TaylorMade Itsy Bitsy Spider Putter Review

With its new Itsy Bitsy Spider putter, TaylorMade hopes to succeed where Hollywood often fails: producing a worthy sequel to a smash hit. The first incarnation of the Spider putter was unveiled earlier this year and promptly helped several players ...

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DeLaCruz Putter Review

DeLaCruz Golf Designs may be a newcomer to the putter scene, but the company is driven by decades of golf industry experience. Two weeks ago, DeLaCruz Golf Designs (DGD) began shipping its first putters, which come with some big ideas ...

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Instinct Putting Book Review

Of all the putting tips you have heard over the years, taking your eyes off the ball probably isn’t one of them. Yet such is the premise of Instinct Putting, a new book promoting the “target vision putting technique,” which ...

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Adidas Powerband Sport Review

Can the right pair of golf shoes actually improve your putting game? Yes. With ill-fitting or worn-out shoes, your posture will be inherently compromised—and as PutterZone.com has noted many times before, proper posture is essential to successful putting. A more ...

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Rife Aussie IBF Putter Review

G’day, mates—let’s put some shrimp on the barbie and take a closer look at the latest putter from Rife. The new Rife Aussie IBF Tour Series putter is “the first in a line of all-black putters paying tribute to the ...

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