Mizuno TPM-6 Putters

TPM-6

Standard plumber neck design Perimeter cavity back weighting and wide notched flange for optimum stability

User Reviews (6)

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D-Rok   Shoots in the 80s [May 15, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Mizuno TPM #6

What can i say about this putter? it's the only putter i have played really. my first putter was a Ping Zing copper anser. that putter didn't suit my eye. then i bought this putter 7 years ago. my putting was erratic. couldn't make a 3 footer to save my life. i went and bought a 'yes! Tracy' putter and had little success. i felt the feel of the club was lacking compared to the mizuno. although it produced a good roll, i never was comfortable with it. i sold the putter and went back to the mizuno. i took off the grip, which was a jumbo, and removed about 5 layers of tape, and replaced it with a conventional sized blue golf pride grip. i play with the length at 34.5 inches, had the loft adjusted to 4 degrees loft, 71 degrees lie. and i also added 3 inches of lead tape to the bottom of the putter for a little heavier feel. all this did was make this my favorite club in my bag. i went from averaging 3-4 3 putts per round, to one. i now feel so confident with the putter, that long lag putts don't bother me. i know i can putt a good roll to the cup and have a 2 footer comeback if i should miss. this has trickled down to the rest of my bag. i don't feel so much pressure to put my approach so close when i am in the fairway. these putters are hard to find now, but if you are lucky to locate one, try it out! these are forged, and the feel is so incredible. i'm so happy i bought this putter. i don't see myself replacing it for a long time!

Similar Products Used: Yes! Tracy
Scotty Cameron Newport 2
Odyssey 2 Ball
Ping Zing Anser
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
hawkhill   Shoots in the 90s [Sep 26, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Mizuno TPM 6 putter

I have used many putters and finaly bought a Mizuno TPM 6 forged putter. This putter is the best. It has the right balance and weight to make an effortless shot and it has the right feel. My putting has improved on shots of all distance. I also have a Mizuno workshop #1 putter but it is lighter in weight and does not work as well as the TPM 6.

Customer Service

No need for service.

Similar Products Used: Ping z anser. Cameron Platium Coranado, Odyssey White Hot #1, mizuno Workshop #1 Wilson 8802
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
hawkhill   Shoots in the 90s [Sep 26, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Mizuno TPM 6 putter

I have used many putters and finaly bought a Mizuno TPM 6 forged putter. This putter is the best. It has the right balance and weight to make an effortless shot and it has the right feel. My putting has improved on shots of all distance. I also have a Mizuno workshop #1 putter but it is lighter in weight and does not work as well as the TPM 6.

Similar Products Used: Ping z anser. Cameron Platium Coranado, Odyssey White Hot #1, mizuno Workshop #1 Wilson 8802
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
A. Kurth   Shoot in the 80s [Mar 05, 2001]
Model Reviewed: TP Millls 6

My putting was up to this point a lottery game, I tried several putters from ping through liqui metal and wanted to buy the Titleist S. C. newport midslant. I am glad I also tried the TP Mills 6
What a pleashure to play, my average score has droped by at least 5 points

Similar Products Used: Ping, Titleist, Liquimetal
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Sam Ready   Shoot in the 80s [Jan 24, 2001]
Model Reviewed: TPM 6

This is the best putter there is ! Maybe just as good as a Scotty Cameron. Looks better, and feels better. Love the color. It has a natural forged feel. Soft, yet solid. Looking fer a new putter try this out its alot cheaper than a Cameron and its just as good. What do u expect its from Mizuno.

Similar Products Used: None
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
G W   Shoot in the 70s [Dec 14, 2000]
Model Reviewed: TPM-6

One of the few forged putters out there. Beautiful gun-metal gray finish with a milled face. Made from one piece of carbon steel(neck not welded on like all others), only found on the higher-priced Bettinardis. Great feel, weight, balance and soft feel for a non-insert putter. Distance control is superior. I got the TPM-6 and my dad got a TPM-2. A true work of art. Better quality and feel than Camerons costing twice as much.

Similar Products Used: Odysseys, Camerons, Bettinardis, Teardrops, Carbites, Callaways.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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