Ray Cook TV2 Putters

Ray Cook TV2 Putters 


  • Higher center of gravity
  • Smoother roll with less backspin, bounce and skid
  • Reinforced walls on either side of the rectangular stainless steel ‘sound chamber’
  • Off-center hits


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[Aug 29, 2008]
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: TV-2, cut to 31"

I guess I'll be the first person to write a review, if for no other reason than to encourage someone to give this putter a shot. I was just looking to find an inexpensive center shafted putter to test and ended up loving this putter.

I have been putting VERY well since switching to this putter. I've had 22, 24 and 26 putt days and have only used this putter a total of about 10 days.

I don't think there's any need to get technical about a putter this simple except to say that it makes a nice click, and the marks help me line up the ball very well. This is the best putter I've played with yet.

Regarding the length, I am 5'9" and have normal length arms, but virtually EVERYONE is putting with a putter that's way too long - do some research on it.

I paid only about $22 delivered for a new one.

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Similar Products Used:

Ping Anser2, Macgregor Bobby Grace M6.4K-GT, other various blade and mallet putters

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