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I've always felt my putting stroke was a bit restricted using my 35in Studio Select. I recently went into a golf shop and was demo-ing some 36in putters. I felt comfortable standing more upright and felt I was able to putt more freely. So, I'm going to add an inch to my putter. Will this cause an issue w/the weight of the putter. Current weights in the bottom are 10g on both the heel and toe. Should I increase the weight or is it ok to keep what is currently in there?
It will be a bit heavier but it will not be hard to get used to.
just be a little heavier, but you should adjust