So, I was going through a mass of golf clubs in my basement and junking them. While most were clear throwaways, some were borderline, and a couple were actually probably saleable (e.g., a Ping TISI and I3 driver). But I wasn't in the mood for chasing a few dollars for what would have translated into a bunch of my time, so they were all being chopped up and thrown in the garbage.
This putter came out of my mom and dad's basement. It was the putter my mom used back in the late 70s, I believe (could have been later, but not much). It even has its original grip on, which is all dried out, narled and cracked. I had already thrown it in the garbage, but pulled it out just to take a couple of swings with it. What?!? It felt REALLY nice, like it fit me perfectly. But it's a woman's putter (as if that matters). And it's old. Can you imagine comparing the MOI on this thing to some of the putters on the market today (like the Spyder).
Well, I couldn't resist; I took it out on the course. Man, did I ever putt the lights out. Happened again yesterday. I keep thinking I'm going to put my Odyssey with the mid-size, square SuperStroke grip back in the bag, but I'm not so sure. This Lynx is going to stay in my bag for a few games and there is no way I'm changing the grip on it.