Ray Cook Belly Baroo III Putters

Ray Cook Belly Baroo III Putters 


  • Mid-length belly putters
  • 303 stainless steel alloy
  • Soft, blended edge
  • Straight-tapered belly shaft


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[Mar 05, 2008]
Not a hacker
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Billy Baroo III

Very simple, solid no nonsense putter. Good feel and consistent roll. Took a little getting used to at first, as the sweet spot is not directly below where the shaft meets the putterhead like most centre shaft putters, but slightly towards the toe end. But after finding the sweetspot, it provides a soft, feel but not too mushy like some insert putters. I also didn't like the stock grip and 36 inch length. Cut it down to 34 and put a new thicker grip on and it's now the best putter I've ever had. The compact head suits my eye standing over the ball and it has a good roll, hugging the ground straight off the face. No alignment aids but still easy to get face square. I've always found that centre shafted, face balanced putters are a perfect combination for me and this one is no exception. Also looks good, very nice finish and colour of head. Ray Cook aren't as weel known at the top end as they used to be but IMO this would stand up to Scotty, Odyssey or Ping for quality craftsmanship. Also got this for alot less than the price of the above mentioned putters.

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Similar Products Used:

White hot #2, Ping Pal, Ping Doc, Tear Drop TD Select 41, numerous generic knock offs.

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