Putters come in a variety of shapes and designs and making a choice can be quite overwhelming. To make this a bit easier we will go through the most important features that you need to consider before purchasing the best forgiving putter for you… Head Design: Let us start from the bottom up and look
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Your putter is the most frequently used club in your bag. A new putter from the major brands can easily put you back by $300 before any customization. Finding a putter for under $100 can be challenging but well worth it. We’ve assembled a list of 5 of the best golf putters for under $100.
At this point, it’s a well established fact that PING make good putters. Their Sigma G range, which contains 16 models, is no exception. This PING Sigma G putter review will focus on the Anser model, but keep in mind that the face technologies used apply across the entire range. Having the right putter in
Odyssey is generally considered to be the number 1 putter in and was acquired by Callaway Golf in 1997. They only design and manufacture putters and no other golf clubs. Odyssey, followed by the release of the Odyssey White Hot Putter Line in 2000. They are not cheap, but we will evaluate a few websites where to
Used Scotty Cameron putters are much sought after and used by many professional golfers. These putters are stylish, well designed, built to exact craftsmanship, and rather expensive. To make these putters more accessible to the average golfer there are ample putters available on the pre-used market. In this article, we will assess and compare some
Putting is a skill that plays an extremely significant role in the game of golf. You may be able to hit your driver 300 yards or more but to get the ball in the hole you need a reliable putter. We take a look at a popular option in our Scotty Cameron Newport 2 review.
“Golf is a good walk spoiled”, famously attributed to Mark Twain, but apparently penned by writer Henry Leon Wilson in a novel back in 1905. Whoever it was, nothing can spoil a good game of golf more than not getting it in the hole. Three puts, and leaving it way short can be one of
There are two basic types of putter, those with a milled face and those with some sort of insert in the clubface. The question is, what exactly is the difference, and which option is better? Milled putters display a complex milled pattern on the clubface where the design attempts to produce the best feel and
Think about your average round and work out how many strokes on your scorecard were putts. That should put the importance into perspective. While mallet putters have become fairly popular many golfers still prefer the more traditional blade design. Modern technology has improved this seemingly simple club and the best blade putters have a lot
If you have been golfing for even a short time you have probably realized that putting is critical. Improving your putting is most probably the easiest way to save a few stokes and end up with a better score. This is true for golfers at all levels. Practice is important but selecting the best mallet
The putter is the most used club in any golfer’s bag and with the right putter you can start reducing your score immediately. Therefore it is crucial to choose a putter that is suitable for your game. It is, however, one of the most overlooked purchases. We will take you through the best putters for
If you are a high handicapper, you want to select clubs carefully as the right equipment can make a dramatic difference to your game. Putting is particularly important as this aspect can make or break a round of golf. We will take you through what to look for when selecting the right putter as well