I bought today.....

louise_a

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I needed a new putter so went down to American Golf to try some out, I was expecting to buy an Odyssey but happened to spot a used Scotty Cameron Futura 6M for less than the new Odysseys, I tried it out and really liked it and so although I always thought they were way out of my price range, I now have a Scotty. Took it up for a practice this afternoon and so far so good.
 

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I needed a new putter so went down to American Golf to try some out, I was expecting to buy an Odyssey but happened to spot a used Scotty Cameron Futura 6M for less than the new Odysseys, I tried it out and really liked it and so although I always thought they were way out of my price range, I now have a Scotty. Took it up for a practice this afternoon and so far so good.
I'm sorely tempted to start looking for one of those!
 
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I needed a new putter so went down to American Golf to try some out, I was expecting to buy an Odyssey but happened to spot a used Scotty Cameron Futura 6M for less than the new Odysseys, I tried it out and really liked it and so although I always thought they were way out of my price range, I now have a Scotty. Took it up for a practice this afternoon and so far so good.
I have one and it's really helped my putting although I tried the taylormade spider x in blue and white and really liked that too and sorely tempted by it
 
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I have one and it's really helped my putting although I tried the taylormade spider x in blue and white and really liked that too and sorely tempted by it
The Odyssey triple track in the similar shape to a spider is the one that's tempting me at the minute

And the Evnroll ER2, but that's always tempting haha
 

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2 boxes of Pro v1x from snainton think they were about 60 benk

and a ck white midlayer and some navy cutter and buck shorts from county golf
 
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The Odyssey triple track in the similar shape to a spider is the one that's tempting me at the minute

And the Evnroll ER2, but that's always tempting haha
Havent picked up an evnroll but the all black er2 one looks very nice.
The sightline on the spider x seems to really suit my eye - much more so than anything I've tried to this point
 

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Nice wee custom fit driver session.

Cobra Speedzone 9 degree head

Hzrdus Smoke 6.0

Lamkin full cord midsize 4 wraps.

£ = not cheap
Snap! Except I've gone for the tensei orange 6.0. Pick it up tomorrow. Better numbers (for me anyway) than the SIM and Ping (and cheaper to boot!)
 

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A FootJoy waterproof bucket hat. Used to feel the bucket hats look silly, but having played in the rain a couple of times lately, I've relented - probably better than water down your neck.
You see this is the problem with the forum. I was padding around a big garden centre + shops today, avoiding the rain when I came across a bucket hat in regatta that was 75% off or something. I wasn't even looking, but I'd read this earlier and now own one 🤨😁
 

HomerJSimpson

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You see this is the problem with the forum. I was padding around a big garden centre + shops today, avoiding the rain when I came across a bucket hat in regatta that was 75% off or something. I wasn't even looking, but I'd read this earlier and now own one 🤨😁
I get the functionality of the bucket hat but as a glasses wearer, the waterproof cap is the better option to try and keep the glasses as clear as possible. I use to think the bucket hat looks daft but seen so many around the course wearing them in wet weather so I think they are definitely an accessory that's practical and increasing in popularity
 

Orikoru

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You see this is the problem with the forum. I was padding around a big garden centre + shops today, avoiding the rain when I came across a bucket hat in regatta that was 75% off or something. I wasn't even looking, but I'd read this earlier and now own one 🤨😁
I get the functionality of the bucket hat but as a glasses wearer, the waterproof cap is the better option to try and keep the glasses as clear as possible. I use to think the bucket hat looks daft but seen so many around the course wearing them in wet weather so I think they are definitely an accessory that's practical and increasing in popularity
Yeah I wasn't a fan of them on looks, but with my waterproof cap it does nothing for the back of your head/neck. I'm also a fan of Golf Sidekick who rocks the bucket hat quite nicely, so that softened me to the idea. I'll just sling it into the bag with the waterproof jacket really and it'll come out if there's a downpour.
 

Robster59

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I get the functionality of the bucket hat but as a glasses wearer, the waterproof cap is the better option to try and keep the glasses as clear as possible. I use to think the bucket hat looks daft but seen so many around the course wearing them in wet weather so I think they are definitely an accessory that's practical and increasing in popularity
I had the bucket hat but graduated to the humongous Galvin Green waterproof hat when our Pro had them on sale. It's almost big enough to cover the entire body! I liken it to a Darth Vader style hat.
 
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