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    Dynacraft Spot Putter - Clubhead
    Model: P986A

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The Dynacraft SPOT (Stroke Path Optimization Technology) Putter is designed to adapt to various putting styles. We took the most popular putter style and adapted it to allow for 3 different hosel positions. Here are the reasons why. First, hosel position in relationship to the club head's center of gravity has a pronounced effect on the rotation along the shafts axis, which should be matched according to the path of the golfer's stroke for the most accurate results. In addition, the SPOT putter is available in 2 different hosel configurations. The varying offsets contribute to how open or closed the face is at impact. By fine-tuning these variables, one will be able to create a putter that best fits his or her stroke path, for the most consistent results time after time! Two hosel styles controls face angle at impact. The more offset the hosel, the more it tends to close. So if you are leaving your face open at impact (pushing your putts), then go with the Plumber’s neck hosel. Conversely, if you are pulling your putts, then go with the straight hosel.

Each hosel piece is sold separately.

Plumber's Neck and Slant hosel pieces are no longer available.

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    • From Chuck at 5/15/2016 9:38 AM
      • OR.....

        Starting with the SPOT putter head, you could do some bending on the Dynacraft SPOT Straight Barrel Hosel to get the shaft centerline pointing to the Center of Gravity of the putter (head + hosel).

        I would play with the Pure Harmony putter (as described above), as I am partial to mallet putters
      • Chuck,

        I do not believe you will be able to bend these even though these are stainless steel. You are relying on the screws to support the hosel while using a lot of pressure to alter the lie.
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    • From Chuck at 5/15/2016 9:34 AM
      • See my above comment and reply from Hierko...

        To the "COULD" comment....that is exactly why I would use an aluminum rod to do this, as it can be bent and re-bent easily until I get the right configuration. (as we know, this would be very difficult to do by bending a steel putter shaft) I would probably balance the head across a thin sheet of metal to locate the axis of the CG along a line perpendicular to the direction of the sight lines on the putter; and then along the longitudinal axis to get an approximation of the CG of the putter.

        Then start bending to target the centerline of the shaft to point to that CG point.

        Probably a couple hour project with the right tools.
      • Please see my comments on bending the hosel piece.
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    • From Chuck at 5/13/2016 2:33 PM
      • And, a free suggestion:

        If you make a reverse offset hosel, and offset it correctly, you could
        give us a TOE-UP BALANCED putter....off the shelf.

        I'm going to think about buying a Pure Harmony Putter,
        = pull or bore out the shaft post, and then
        = build an aluminum adapter (3/8" aluminum rod from Loews so I can easily bend it) so I can get a lie angle of 72*,
        = Shave down the shaft side of the rod so it will fit into the inside of a .380 shaft and
        = bend in a reverse offset that will let the toe hang UP, and not Face Balanced

        Comments welcome cd@techie.com
      • Chuck,

        The key word is "could". It all depends upon the CG location of the head in relationship to the axis of the shaft.
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    • From kevan at 3/19/2015 11:36 AM
      • why dont you offer this nice concept in a putter with a soft insert?it would improve the feel 10 fold and you would sell alot more of these i would be willing to bet!
      • Kevan,

        There is not enough material to put an insert into this putter head and be able to drill and tap threads which with hold and support the neck.
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    • From Kevin F at 2/2/2014 5:14 PM
      • Does one of the hosel positions allow the plumbers neck to create a face balanced putter?
      • Kevin,

        In the most forward position is creates a near face-balanced putter.
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    Model # Hand Loft Lie Weight Blade Length Sole Width Std Clublength Hosel ID Stroke Path UPC
    P986A-001 RH 72 d 355 117.5 mm 29 mm 34 in 0.370"    
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