roll it in the hole
December 28, 2013
when I first received my Ray Cook putter, I was skeptical to think that a putter that cost so little could be so effective. It took some time on the putting green to get to feel as it was heavier then my old putter, but when I did, the results were unbelievable. I made every putt from inside 8 feet, and made one snake from about 60 or 65 feet. The fun is back. I thought the grip was a little thin, but after the putting day I had I wouldn't change a thing.
Pros:helps you make a straight back and straight through stroke. What more can you ask. The added weight over my previous putter. takes some getting used to but when you get the feel, watch out, they all go in.
Cons:the only con is in the head cover. I wish it had a magnet closure as opposed to a Velcro closure. The velcro is loud and sometimes harder to get off. A magnet in its place would be silent and easily removed.