How much is Jim Furyk's putter worth?

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Jim Furyk broke a 4 ½-year winless drought with his playoff triumph at the RBC Heritage on Sunday thanks to his steady all-around game and a putter that caught fire in the final round. Furyk had nine birdies in his final-round 63, then birdied both of the two playoff holes he needed to fend off Kevin Kisner for his 17th career victory.
Furyk's putter wasn't hot all week – he didn't make any birdies at all on Thursday. But when he needed it to heat up, it did – he birdied six of his first nine holes, including four in a row to close out a front-nine 30 on Sunday, then birdied three out of four holes in the middle of the back nine to move to the top of the leaderboard.
Furyk plays a full bag of Callaway equipment – with the notable exception of one Titleist wedge – and that includes a Versa #1W putter from Odyssey Golf, which Callaway owns. The #1W is a compact heel toe-weighted blade with a double-bend shaft and full-shaft offset. The "W" means its flange is wider than the standard #1 model, and its bold black and white Versa stripes make it easy to line up.
The Versa #1W debuted in 2013 with a suggested retail price of $210. It currently has an estimated trade-in value of $33.37 and an estimated resale value of $66.74, according to the Value Guide and Trade-in Network.
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