We liked the firm feel off the face, ideal for year-round use. Both putters have classic shapes that will suit confident players. We also liked the feel and classic shape, however the styling lacks the appeal you would expect for almost £170.
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The Dornoch BD1 and LD1 putters are hand crafted by a former Royal Dornoch caddie in the same workshop where Donald Ross started life as an apprentice carpenter. Large cavity designs disperse weight to the perimeter to enlarge the sweet spot. The head weight, loft, lie and offset can all be customised on request.
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