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Inazone "arm lock" putter review

Discussion in 'Golf Equipment Reviews' started by warbirdlover, Jun 27, 2020.

  1. warbirdlover

    warbirdlover Ender of all threads Supporting Member

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    When I won that Bettinardi putter, I wished later I'd ordered their arm-lock design. Never could get along with the Betti and traded for a second Cameron. Both Camerons benched and am back to an old stainless Anser 4. Whoever put a hole in the green that you putted to should have been castrated! The game would sure be a lot easier... and less expensive... if all you had to do was get the ball on the green!!! :>)
     
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    And then all those evil greenskeepers put the cup in nasty places and don't sink it fully in the ground so everyone lips out while they hide in the buses giggling.
     
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    The grip on this (Winn 15") was too short when I held the club like you are supposed to. So I ordered a 19" grip and we'll try it again.
     

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