Louisville Stimp Putters

Louisville Stimp Putters 


  • Larger Persimmon head construction
  • Soft, responsive brass insert
  • MOI provides resistance to twisting


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[Jul 27, 2005]
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Lousville Stimp

I bought the louisville putter because of the classy look and also after trying a few putters. I must admit that it attracts alot of attention. The changing of weights for adapting to stimp speed is an interesting feature is something that I found has little value. Each green is different within a round and the temperature and humidity changes regularly during a round. What I really like about this putter is the wood (persimmon) and brass feel and the REAL true roll that you get from this putter. My proble was over hitting beyond the cup. With the Louisville Stimp the smooth flow give me a much better feel for distance and balances-out my "slightly" aggressive putting style. The wooden head and 99% true roll is a dream, but it is sometimes difficult to use when putting from the fringe. My personal bottom line on this putter is that it is a big plus when playing on a well kept green (especially those lightening fast greens that we seem to encounter more and more).

Customer Service

Very professional especially via the louisville golf website

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