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1 New Putter on Sun May 27, 2012 12:54 pm

AK47

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Getting very tired of the Nifo Double, and really want to be equipped with a new weapon by the time of the Euro's in August...

Was wondering if anyone can help me??? (Guessing Andy/Marc might be the best people to ask but any help much appreciated!!)

-Benny. I'm aware they're very difficult to get hold of and possibly quite expensive but does anyone know where would be a good place to start??

-Nifo Ryner. Any ideas of how to get a cheap one, not too keen on paying £79 + delivery...

-Any other recommendations?? Would be keen to hear about other clubs which you think are good...

Cheers
VTK

2 Re: New Putter on Mon May 28, 2012 2:51 pm

Mr X

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Nifo Steel's as good as the Ryner Adam, so I'd buy that if it was me. Cockney Tel bought a Ryner & it's hard to tell any difference compared to my graphite. Don't bother with a graphite shaft btw, steel's cheaper & there's no advantage other than weight of club. They do cost a bit but, choose the right one then reap the rewards when you improve even more!
There's a lot of choice here, possibly too much! :

http://www.minigolfshop.de/en/tournament-and-hobby-equipment/Putters/

I've never bought anything from them but they have English translation & take Paypal so they may deliver to the UK - good luck & I worry about how good you could get after getting a real good putter!

http://www.whufc.com/page/Home

3 Re: New Putter on Mon May 28, 2012 9:02 pm

Delaney

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Adam, how much would you sell your current club for? It is not a rush though so don't worry about it. I thought that it would help give you a bit of money to help buy you your nifo Ryner club.

4 Re: New Putter on Wed May 30, 2012 9:12 am

AK47

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Cheers Andy (and Alex (via the "other" forum)).

To be honest Will, I haven't really thought about how much I'd sell the Double for. If I get a new club, and you're still interested, I'll talk to you about it then...

5 Re: New Putter on Sun Jun 03, 2012 4:55 pm

The Force

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Nifo Ryner - sub £80 = cheap. Especially when it's the only putter you will ever need to purchase.

Slimline design gives you a fuller backswing on border putts and very simple to modify the lie angle etc. As for shaft and grip - I find i have to change my grip every 1-1.5 years due to wear and the standard steel shaft is easy to get cut down to the right length.

Rubber face - Go for a low bounce option...definitely not the higher bounce ones!

6 Re: New Putter on Thu Aug 09, 2012 1:14 pm

AK47

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The Force wrote:Nifo Ryner - sub £80 = cheap. Especially when it's the only putter you will ever need to purchase.

Slimline design gives you a fuller backswing on border putts and very simple to modify the lie angle etc. As for shaft and grip - I find i have to change my grip every 1-1.5 years due to wear and the standard steel shaft is easy to get cut down to the right length.

Rubber face - Go for a low bounce option...definitely not the higher bounce ones!

Hi Marc,

Which rubber would you recommend for the Ryner from the list on the Nifo website?? http://nifo.se/shop/eng/index.htm

Cheers

7 Re: New Putter on Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:15 am

Mr X

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AK47 wrote:
The Force wrote:Nifo Ryner - sub £80 = cheap. Especially when it's the only putter you will ever need to purchase.

Slimline design gives you a fuller backswing on border putts and very simple to modify the lie angle etc. As for shaft and grip - I find i have to change my grip every 1-1.5 years due to wear and the standard steel shaft is easy to get cut down to the right length.

Rubber face - Go for a low bounce option...definitely not the higher bounce ones!

Hi Marc,

Which rubber would you recommend for the Ryner from the list on the Nifo website?? http://nifo.se/shop/eng/index.htm

Cheers
I have a 8mm black & a 6mm black for my Nifo Adam, I prefer the 8mm (standard I believe but I think you can probably buy any combo)
Have a go with my putter before or after on Saturday, see what you think, that's the best way to buy a putter anyway - try one out!

http://www.whufc.com/page/Home

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