Wilson Harmonized 740-BP Belly Putters

Wilson Harmonized 740-BP Belly Putters 

DESCRIPTION

The Wilson Harmonized 740-BP Belly Putter is uniquely designed with a deep pocket polymer face to provide a true roll. This Mallet design putter has a Tru Temper Multi-step Steel Shaft and is 42 inches long

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 10, 2009]
Doug
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: Wilson 740 putter

excellent club, i use it all the time and sink balls with it. Great design and grip not to fat and shoots strait to. weight evenly distributed to.

Customer Service

excellent club

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 28, 2005]
loungebar
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: The Wilson Harmonized 740-BP Belly Putter

I don't get it. ? Here's a product, and i'm talking about The Wilson Harmonized 740-BP Belly Putter to name just one very inexpensive golf product on the market today.MSRP $40. It feels excellent in balance and weight swings super and offers a true line through the plane in my opinion well worth the money. I can't fault it. Here's what i don't get. As a Scotsman residing in the US for the last 3 years i've frequented and played many local courses, I have been left perplexed and bewildered to why Americans saturate themselves with having to procure the most expensive golfing products and tools only to sell them on barely used at a considerable financial loss in order to chase the next "Do you want to cut 10 strokes off your next game" Golf product. Bollocks. Believe me. I play a 10 Handicap and i bet i can Putt as well with the Wilson Harmonized belly putter than any $200-$300 Dollar all dancing all singing Putter out there. Bet if you stick a Callaway or Ping Name brand on the thing and charge an extra $150 on the price and more likely than not people will be queing up to buy it. Golf at least where i hail from is 90% skill factor. The missing 10% can be offset on quality clubs but only if your a serious amateur and you've respectfully mastered the basic swing and disipline the game requires. The movie Tin cup isn't far from reality in that concept, beat you with a spade and baseball bat. In Scotland i have been repeatedly white washed playing talent and that talent utilising clubs that would be regarded as sub standard equipment over here. I played with three mid handicappers in Frederick last month all of which were dressed and equiped in full PGA regalia ready for battle like TW himself. The best scoring a pitifull 98. I could have placed a down payment on a new BMW with the outlay. Wakey wakey folks. Club Manufacturers have never had it so good because golfers over here are sucked into a black hole of advertising and TV promos. The Golf channel when in full advertising mode is embarrasing if not comical, well back in Scotland it is. As a matter of interest numerous Pros on the circuit putt with very inexpensive tools as putting is associated primerily with comfort and confidence that's why they rotate them out so often usually ending up with something thats been moth balled up for generations and cost pennies to begin with. After all my rambling the moral of the story is practice more rather than think some miracle expensive club will better your score. Purchase a Wilson Harmonized Putter or similair priced product you feel comfortable with and invest the savings in some quality Single Malt Whisky. After all that's what the Golf Club Manufacturer share holders enjoy. So who's actually buying it. Food,(sorry drink) for thought. !!!!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 28, 2005]
loungebar
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: The Wilson Harmonized 740-BP Belly Putter

I don't get it. ? Here's a product, and i'm talking about The Wilson Harmonized 740-BP Belly Putter to name just one very inexpensive golf product on the market today.MSRP $40. It feels excellent in balance and weight swings super and offers a true line through the plane in my opinion well worth the money. I can't fault it. Here's what i don't get. As a Scotsman residing in the US for the last 3 years i've frequented and played many local courses, I have been left perplexed and bewildered to why Americans saturate themselves with having to procure the most expensive golfing products and tools only to sell them on barely used at a considerable financial loss in order to chase the next "Do you want to cut 10 strokes off your next game" Golf product. Bollocks. Believe me. I play a 10 Handicap and i bet i can Putt as well with the Wilson Harmonized belly putter than any $200-$300 Dollar all dancing all singing Putter out there. Bet if you stick a Callaway or Ping Name brand on the thing and charge an extra $150 on the price and more likely than not people will be queing up to buy it. Golf at least where i hail from is 90% skill factor. The missing 10% can be offset on quality clubs but only if your a serious amateur and you've respectfully mastered the basic swing and disipline the game requires. The movie Tin cup isn't far from reality in that concept, beat you with a spade and baseball bat. In Scotland i have been repeatedly white washed playing talent and that talent utilising clubs that would be regarded as sub standard equipment over here. I played with three mid handicappers in Frederick last month all of which were dressed and equiped in full PGA regalia ready for battle like TW himself. The best scoring a pitifull 98. I could have placed a down payment on a new BMW with the outlay. Wakey wakey folks. Club Manufacturers have never had it so good because golfers over here are sucked into a black hole of advertising and TV promos. The Golf channel when in full advertising mode is embarrasing if not comical, well back in Scotland it is. As a matter of interest numerous Pros on the circuit putt with very inexpensive tools as putting is associated primerily with comfort and confidence that's why they rotate them out so often usually ending up with something thats been moth balled up for generations and cost pennies to begin with. After all my rambling the moral of the story is practice more rather than think some miracle expensive club will better your score. Purchase a Wilson Harmonized Putter or similair priced product you feel comfortable with and invest the savings in some quality Single Malt Whisky. After all that's what the Golf Club Manufacturer share holders enjoy. So who's actually buying it. Food,(sorry drink) for thought. !!!!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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