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BulldogsGolf

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As I have gotten into golf these last few years, so has my father. He played before, but maybe only once a year. This year I finally convinced him to get a new driver (previous: Taylormade Bubble Burner that was older than me) in a Cleveland DST 10.5*. He also took my old putter, which is a 35" Odyssey white hot two ball. He putts alright with it, but I'd really like to get him a new one, preferably custom fit for Christmas. Any recommendations on what would be good for this man of 25 HCP? I know it all comes down to preference on his end, but I'm just looking for suggestions.

Thanks all,
BDG
 

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SeeMore makes a great putter and the RST can help get the alignment right and make the game more fun.
 

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I think Seemore is an excellent option. The RST will help him learn to putt better as well
 

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I would suggest a SeeMore too, but that's just my opinion. Everyone is different.
 

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Golf Galaxy carries the SeeMore line. Have him go with you to look at a putter for yourself and see what catches his eye. They also carry a hugh inventory of upscale putters from other manufacturers.
 

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I love my White Ice. They have a massive number of headshapes and he is sure to find one that fits his eye. I have an in-depth review of mine floating around somewhere.
 

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So much of which putter to get will be anwered in the "fitting" process. The putter shape, shaft placement/type, face material, will depend so much on your father's swing and personal preferences.
 

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Video him putting, on the sly, send to SeeMore and they will suggest just what his stroke needs. Then he's all set for a call or two to set his stance and start putting like a pro.

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