Our Quick Pick's
Before we get started, if you are simply looking for our top recommendations then look no further:
Are you on the market for a new putter? Perhaps you are considering one of PGA level?
- You want to use clubs that are of the same level as the world’s best players.
- Your current putter did not live up to the hype. The salesman who recommended it clearly knows nothing about golf.
3. One can never have too many putters. If the money is available there is always room for one more.
The reason for your purchase does not bother us in the least bit. We have had the joy of being able to try some of the best putters on the market to find one that we could fully back.
Putting is ultimately about performance. Putters are judged on the results that they are able to deliver for the golfer. This is the angle that we approached this task.
In A Hurry?
As much as we love this beautiful game and the PGA. We will be the first to admit that reading about putters is not the most exciting bit of it.
Some of us just want to know what gear is working so we can get on with playing. We can appreciate that.
Based on our top picks, we have undertaken the difficult task of finding the number one choice.
Factors such as pricing, performance and how practical it was for a beginner to use were all considered.
Our winning putter is Titleist Scotty Cameron 2018 Select Fastback 2 Putter.
This is an improved version of a great predecessor. It is a perfect all-round putter. The Fastback 2 putter has been used by professionals to great success since it was released.
This is the same success that the previous version had. It is a putter that is built based on the feedback of top golfers.
You will find a more detailed review below.
Our Test Winner After 40 + Hours Of Research:
Our Honest Star Rating
Why is it the BEST?
Our top 5 Best putters in PGA
The first step was to figure out what putters were used by the most successful golfers in recent years. This is always a great indicator of how good they are. However, we did not want to be naive enough to assume that skill had very little bearing on the matter.
Professional golfers could make amends to tools, or play well enough to make poor or average tools appear good. We all know how they say that a “poor” workman blames his tools. This is one of those cases.
A good workman will make a “poor” tool appear to be a world-beater. Our testing process would involve taking these potentially incredible tools and seeing how well they would perform in the hands of a regular golfer. Most of our readers are average players who are still honing their skills. We wanted to make sure that the putters we chose would be good for their level as well.
Most good putters do not come cheap. Picking the wrong one can be a costly mistake. This is one mistake we would like to make sure that you do not have to deal with.
While PGA level putters are amazing (obviously), we have more budget friendly ones over on our Best Golf Putters article.
1. Titleist Scotty Cameron Select Fastback 2 Putter - TOP PICK
Our Honest Star Rating
Any list of great putter that does not include a Scotty Cameron is incomplete.
The range has been netting a lot of price money for a while for top golfers.
Not on its own of course.
. It has played a key role as part of a good set of clubs used by a skilled golfer. What makes it so special?
It was created based on the constant reviews and feedback from some of the best golfers in the world.
The result is a high-performance line of putters. This is a plumbing neck putter that was added in 2019. It comes onto the market as a follow up to the previous model that was released just a year earlier.
The changes made were based on recommendations of professional golfers over the years.
When you hold it in your hand, it has a steadiness that just makes you believe you can pull the putt off.
There is a single shaft of offset that connects to a round mid-mallet. There was also an effort to make this a little thinner as well. The face weight was reduced ever so slightly.
The loft is 3.5-degrees. The lie is 70-degrees. You can purchase the putter in 33”, 34” and 35” lengths.
These weigh 40 grams, 30 grams and 20 grams respectively. The head of the putter is made out of stainless steel with aircraft aluminium face-sole technology.
For a grip, you get a matador that is midsized at 11”.
To create more shot control the perimeter of the head is weighted. It also looks larger, which will always go a long way in inspiring confidence as you prepare to execute your shots.
There is also increased forgiveness for those slight mis-hits.
An HONEST Review
tell you one thing on these puts up hit widgets although it's a shape do I have something special for you today it's the 2018 range of Scotty Cameron select putters I've got three of them here today got to come with always release a wide range of select putters around this time every couple years and to be honest they're always amazing they always sell really well and generally the feel good look beautiful I'm holding off taking the head covers off so if you think can take them off you've got to listen to the spiel two star would generally be released in a Newport new pot to no new pot 2.5 Newport 3 Laguna and square back there generally what we see I've got three of the putters here with me today first of all we have well first of all we have the Newport - beautiful really old school and society I'll design I'm gonna put some close-ups for you throughout the video another one we have we're going back to front really here we've got the select Newport 3 now this one who does this remind you of because I always get I always get Phil Mickelson when I look at this style of putter it's just really designed for a rounded sweeping motion just like big fell apart from this one right-handed one of the best-looking putters I think you can get is this one the Scotty Cameron select new parts and it looks absolutely stunning so rounded off look as simple as putters come so it's not very often that when you talk about Scotty Cameron put as you talk about technology usually you're talking about the sleek look of them the beautiful feel and the really deep million in the face to get the nice feel and you talk about the price tag as well but in this new range of select there are three areas that's gotta come and claim the technology has expanded on from the last range of select putters now I used the last range of select putters and the range of selectors before about and the range before that you see where I'm going with this so I'm really interested to try these putters now I'm gonna focus mainly on the Newport that's the one that I prefer to look of I am going to strip the other ones stroke the stroke the other ones I'm going to hit the lawns as well just so you can see kind of how the ball rolls and things like that but this one kind of suits me a lot more so I'm going to focus on that so Scott come and talked about the three asses I'm going to tell you exactly what the mean by that so initially we talk about the sole of the putter that's the first that's so far away balancing the puts of sole milling and draft angles have been re-engineered to account for the weight of the shaft and the grip including neck position and offset via supple redistribution of the soles balance point from heel to toe and face cavity so that puts a sit squarely and aligns perfectly at address sounds cool I'm not sure if I would be looking for that in a putter unless unless it really changes how it kind of sits address and it doesn't really but I like the idea of it the next step is sound now we all know that sound comes from this little thing here so the insert that comes in do we know that sound is feel so if you were to hit golf balls if you were to put with golf balls with something in your ears hear sound a we have that so I'm gonna take those out of that you couldn't tell me how that ball fell or how the putter fell because sound is equivalent to feel okay one thing that sky can't have done to improve the sound or the feel of this and I'll do some close-up shots later on so we might be able to see how the putter sound is put thirty percent thirty percent more dampening in this insert here in the face so it should sound softer and feel softer and come off hopefully a little bit nice unless you like a loud hard feeling putter then maybe it will and the third and final s to go with the other two is sight and let's be fair these things look absolutely beautiful which is nothing really you wouldn't expect from a Scotty Cameron putter you pay premium prices for them you expect a premium product and they look absolutely great right that's enough about the technological advances of them let's hit some putts and see how they roll so this is the fun bit I'm going to have a go with all three putters I'm going to start with the standard new go to the - down to the Newport three haven't actually hit this book yet [Music] feels [Music] really something like that got one so this is the shape now would be a Christian to use it they do feel wonderful I must say so now I've got the new part in my hands as opposed to the new pot too which are starred with which I thought was the new part anyway you catch my drift let's see how this one feels so the new part is a little bit smaller than the new pot to a little bit more rounded off in the edges which I quite like looks pleasing to my eye they really do feel and sound wonderful as for the Kerner so love it I don't really see so I've got the new pot three in my hands now and interestingly the insert on this one is a different color to do the 1c this one just didn't really suit my eyes it designed a lot more a really rounded stroke all right to get the putter moving a little bit to square them - these are probably all going now only I just shows you doesn't it not about effect reshape I didn't like tell you one thing on these puts up hit with this although it's a shape although this is a shape I'm not really accustomed to like in it just goes to show to try all the different styles that's three styles I've tried that and to be honest the one that I don't particularly I have the look of he's giving me a better role something which you know you're going to get with the Scotty Cameron putter is a quality product and that's extended in the head cover and the grip the head cover is a beautiful Apple kind of thing which anybody who's had a Scotty Cameron before will know these things are worth having really nice little addition to the putter the grip that comes with it this year they've ditched the kind of red grip that you would usually get and you get this black one here it's still really thick it still feels absolutely beautiful in your hand there's a name for these grips yeah pistolero comment below if you know what the name of the grip now 15-footers are all good and well well let's try some long ones and see what these bad boys really feel like [Music] [Music] so close [Music] something which I didn't quite expect is just how soft they feel I'm gonna hit a few putts in a moment with the camera right next to the ball and see if we can get that sound from it because they do feel so soft really nice but Aziz [Music] never up never in [Music] let's see what they sound like guys this is a little experiment for you I'm going to put my microphone this little thing here next to the golf ball we're gonna hit some fairly long putts and see if I can portray to you how these putters feel through sound because remember sound is feel we're gonna use my new favorite the Newport 3 could you feel how soft they felt interesting one so in brief what do I think about the Skycam in 2018 select range of puts it I absolutely all of them I've been asked I coming from for a long time I can't remember the last time I didn't use a square camera in fact I can and it must be seven or eight years ago that's how much I liked them I've collected them in the past so it's something that I do kind of get a little bit attached to I know some of you guys do as well so don't judge me and definitely it can I think it justifies the price these aren't cheap puts 300 pounds plots but if you look at the price of drivers now and ions and things like that everything's gone up everything is going up everything in life is going up if you want a premium good product you're gonna have to pay for it and that's exactly what these bad boys are guys thanks for watching out you've enjoyed the review I hope you've enjoyed just looking at the more than anything because I know I have the beautiful product all my social media links at the bottom and they've been in and around the video please subscribe if you haven't already see you soon
2. TaylorMade Golf Prior Generation Spider Putters
Our Honest Star Rating
TaylorMade has consistently delivered top of the range putter.
You only need to look at the top-performing ones to realise just how well they are doing in this niche.
The Spider Putters are no different.
They are designed to deliver that Tour-proven quality that we have often just seen with professional golfers.
You are in good company. Mc Illroy, Jason Day and Dustin Johnson are some of the top players that have used this putter to great effect.
Although we cannot make guarantees that your performance will be at that level.
We can safely say that if it is not, it may not be the putters that are at fault. It is worth mentioning that these are not identical to the ones used by the esteemed players that we mentioned.
The differences are largely negligible. For one, you will find that your putter will have an alignment line, which Rory and others’ wouldn’t need. It’s certainly a feature that makes this one more user-friendly.
The most exciting feature on this is the pure roll insert. It works to improve your ball’s forward roll on all sorts of surfaces that you will encounter on the golf course.
The 45-degree grooves are coupled with a soft layered polymer that enhances your topspin. These features create a suitable path for your ball when going for a putt.
They also ensure that the ball maintains that chosen path when the shot is executed.
You will be pleased to note that you can get these for both left and right-handed golfers.
The colours available include Tour red with a slight line, Tour platinum, Tour black and Tour red. Sizes range from 33” to 35”.
AN HONEST REVIEW
hi guys it's Rick shields down here at Qwest Golf Academy here on the Prairie sports though is putting green and I've got Jason days footer and I mean this is a carbon copy of Jason Day sport so this is the Taylor spider tour the Jason Day edition even on the head cover he's got the Australian kangaroo Jason Day now I reviewed going back about six months or so now the red spider putter that came out limited edition they were claiming that with Jason days footer it wasn't there was differences it had a sight line and the neck was huddled straight into the club sorry I don't know has all the shaft went straight into the club head now this one this design is Jason day's putter it is red for the red back spider so he liked the spider and when I think telling they give him the option of a color he thought well red back spider Australian why not give it a go he wanted the sight line taken off and I've not used the putter for many years unless it was a complete blade without a single bit of sight line not on a mallet putter anyway so there's not a single bit on top to help you but this is what Jason Day played with when he got to world number one the black in the red I think it's a really awesome contrast it's got perimeter weighting with the weight on the toe and the heel like I mentioned before it's actually got a slight hosel which sits in front of the face to help with the hand slightly being forward of the clubface that address impact and it's got the the pure roll grooves on the face again a lot of these photo companies now are looking for off-centered hits how they can still maximize performance let's give this a roll no she's got quite a thin grip to me I mean normally used to a sent a fatter grip but it's a conventional thin grip exactly should put it conventionally I love how it's it I just feels like it's it's a little bit flatter the lie angle feels like it's quite flat I'm actually not sure if that's the case but it gives me the impression it's quite flat and the bottom of the putter feels like it fits very flush to the floor you know I like that I'm not sure if I like the no lining up but so far everything else I'm a big fan of and I also really like the black and slightly black tinted shaft as well that makes it look unbelievably good the putter but I don't know if I'm going to hold a single put with this not the way I'm aiming if I'm honest take it all back put it in the bag it's not very confidence boosting cuz I can't tell where I'm aiming as my only criticism at the moment everything else it looks great does feel a bit flatter to the 35 inch putter so it's a bit long for me I'm normal at 34 and it's hardly any what it makes you do not actually actually it makes you focus more so it's more the fact the sight line and it says on the on the literature came of this is it it takes away the distractions makes you focus and let you know how it kind of does it makes me think about well actually aiming where am i aiming instead of it being just a guarantee with the lines it's in the back that feels great that feels so good off the face it actually feels flatter as in the angle of the shaft feels lower off center tells a tell you what it's got spring off the face your honor till we hit that sprung off the face that side oh I think I'm in love I love the red on it the mark red looks really really good that's four out of five are held if you've seen any other put two reviews I've done up there I don't think I've ever hold four out of five not from this distance feels really good that person up for first like the thicker handle well this is a carbon copy of Jason days footer I think every single aspect of this is exactly the same it's just that he's won more majors and he cut toward the boss I love our faucets it's to the floor feels like the bottom of the putter is very very flat I suppose on the fast greens that those guys play on they need it to be super super they can't afford to have any bumps and humps as the quarter goes back now this is also if my sources are correct I believe this is also the same for the Dustin Johnson is using but in full black I think I'm right in saying I don't think you have a sight line either and it's all in black Jason days sorry Dustin Johnson's also a world number one and then also John ROM is using the plots are just like this so three of potentially the hottest players of the last six twelve months of all the news in this cluster to some description either in the red the black site line or no sight line it's been an incredibly popular putter on tour those three guys have been rocking this with great success and I think I'll be rocking it soon I love it I love the feel of it I'll do someone puts as well in fact I'll do those after this one let's try some long ones up the hill here a fee for what it feels like kind of you the bigger pots the distance terrible for line that's the one thing I have find on the long report I'm really needing to use my eyes a lot more to see the line of the putter I love the feel off the face are such a nice spring off the face as I hit it let's go one more now I'm going to use my eyes a lot more for the line but once I've got it once I've got it ha ha ha it's pretty good it feels very good actually so I think I'm in love I think I'm in love with this put to the fact that tilling the field I've got to make sure is it I'm sure it feels like a flat Ally let me just check because a putter normally is about 70 70 degrees lying GLE let's see what this is does it actually show it the dew line no it's 70 degrees 70 degree angle and just feel flattered it just feels like it's got a flatter angle to it whether that neck has any influence at all I wonder if just the flatness of the face I can get it super super flat I really like it the feel is fantastic it has a little spring to it off-centered hits I found good performance I'm just I would just really have to use my eyes again for line the footer up way more than what I've had to do over the last few years with other footers but there's a point now it's almost like I'm tripping about the focusing focusing my eyes focusing my attention to the port rather let myself being guided by the footside laughs red spider red spider please don't bite me please don't hurt me look like love the feel of it love the performance of it I think this biz pedigree in the fact that's being used by the best player in the world and then that helps psychologically it helps weld it not and performance there I feel like should call me Jason Jason Johnson that work yeah Jason Johnson or dusting dusting day thanks watching I hope you enjoyed the video if you have click like comment below what you think of the red spider think it's limited edition I'm not sure this isn't going anywhere though I'm sticking this rate my Dolph bug oh it's got twist in my jacket ah thanks for watching guys subscribe like comment we'll see you next time sound here windy quest Golf Academy and the price wars putting green thanks watching we'll see you soon oh that's spider
3. Odyssey Red O-Works Putter
Our Honest Star Rating
Odyssey market this putter as providing unmatched roll.
Well, we will be the judge of that.
It was designed with the average player in mind.
There is certainly more forward roll generated with each stroke. This is a feature that is popular among tour players. It is courtesy of the Microhinge insert technology.
The Microhinge insert has two key features that work to this end. It flexes and rebounds on impact which results in topspin and a faster roll. There is also a Thermoplastic Elastomer Inner Layer.
This gives the putters a softer feel that the brand has been synonymous with for years.
For perfect set up and alignment which can be done by a player of any level, you can rely on the Versa Alignment Technology.
The technology includes shapes that have been successfully tried and tested on tour. It makes it easier to get your aim and strokes just right.
This is a face-balanced putter. As a general rule, players that strike with straight back through their strokes will see the most benefit. This is not to say that it would not work for other techniques.
There are various styles that you can try out. A total of 12 are widely available to purchase.
The face style type is sold as either a Superstroke Slim 2.0 or a Winn AVS Midsize pistol. The former has counter core technology embedded in its design for backspin on the green.
Both have a high MOI. Sizes are available from 33”, 34”, 35” up to 38”.
AN HONEST REVIEW
hi guys it's Rick shields down here are the beautiful so the upbeat Golf Club and I thought while I'm here on some beautiful greens I've got to do some photo reviews so I've got the brand new obviously old works put the reins to try but you got three different styles technology and all of them are the same but three different styles that might suit different players eyes completely I have mixed opinions on all three of these styles I'll try to explain that through the video and I'm going to hit some shortish pork some longer pots give you an idea of the feel it's quite a lovely technology packed into these putters which is is quite crazy idea but if it works it works what you called micro hinge face insert and on the face there are these little hinges tiny little micro hinges and apparently that's supposed to cushion the contact also it's helping as a slight springing effect and it gets the ball rolling quicker sudor of the holy grail for putters if they can get our ball rolling quickly without skid they've cracked it this is obviously a latest attempt at doing that so on the face is these a little tiny black that will do on metal kind of little silver hinges that you can see on the face and they're not they're not to folks this is like a little dots if you don't if you look straight up it just like little half rounded at the bottom little specks on the face it's a facing insert I feel should be quite hard because it's metal but you're on initial testing I'll hit some now all skills if you do get that feeling of spring this first one I'm trying is the actual one wide which is the putter of obviously I've used the most recent it's the very classic looking shape but it goes back a long way the bursar technology on this is incredible I love the versatility on this black-white-red the comp the contrast between the colours is simply makes the lineman lining or stunning it looks phenomenal let's see if that actually works if I can hold some ports I'm not expecting to hole every single one of these like I said the blacks top the white middle the black back and then a red line going across the middle of the putter which makes that line so easy to aim hey presto and it like it's just initially it feels so soft soft to put the face I didn't expect that I felt like this Tufts of face was going to feel really hard now whether it's going to live clean it's going to revolutionize foot in it's a little bit of a bold statement but it does feel nice off the face let's try and rock another one in so finally alignment on that so easy just caught the edge I feel like I can aim that really straight I'll go one more with this one wide r1w stay up so this is a third I'm just testing this in the 34 inch filter and it has got a super stroke mid slim grip on it which I like that fight with thicker grip on the handle they were three good pots to hold one slightly or looking at catching the edge but three really good and I did feel like I could line up with the black white and red of been my three favorite colors anyway with that contrast I found that really easy to aim I did honestly and oh by the way something I didn't mention I don't know I didn't the head covers are cool very very cool it's got this almost PVC type material with the obviously stitching and the same Callaway epic driver head cover underneath with this kind of silvery material Rory is using a pasta like this I just don't know what actual style he only used it last week and it's not playing this week so I'm not sure what the style is is using let's go to one of my favorite ever put the styles and this is the two ball I used to love the two ball when I was younger I loved it but certainly when when they had the almost too soft the ball cover on the facing so I loved it so the idea was a two ball to light two balls in the middle of the head which line up with the third ball which is your ball that you bout to it makes it very easy to line up I think this one's slightly easier to line up because it's got the real blackness of the head now and the why circles really pop out at the top of the head this again is in 34 inch you've got the same micro hinge insert on the face now don't feel quite as confident lining that up let me just step away and do that again doesn't seem quite as easy I reckon they could have stuck a bit more versa in this weather a red line straight down to light the two circles would have helped gone in so I can't complain go again take it all back I take it all back it is easy to line on now I don't feel quite as super confident as I did with the one wide if I'm honest let's go one more the two more can it get through out through that pace let that down then a little bit too slow and pace like that drop into that on top left lip so that's the two balls same technology just not as much versa on that ie the contrast between the black the white and the red on the head now we move into a style there's a little bit different in both respects that the top of the is Malik Tata with the two red lines and the white and the red on the back on the outside toe and the heel three red dots in the middle this is actually number seven but this is the tanks version so it's account to balance putter there is a weight in the end of the club it's a longer put there only thirty five inches but you can definitely feel it's more counterbalance that weight is much more prominent over this side as it is towards the head as well the idea light refers to grip down a little bit further on it it's supposed to balance the putter out slightly more this to me seems very easy lineup just from those two red lines and the contrast between the white and the black it's got two out of three to beat good score so far that feels very easy to line up that seems dead straight yeah that seemed dead straight very very very easy to light up this one I actually like the feel of this Roenick I like the heaviness of it this one is a face balanced so the rest are up so it should suit slightly straighter stroke both of those to a face balanced lots both in this one is an assist oh hang yeah till hang down via one wide books one one right tank can it get three out of three that seems so easy so idle I love the black the white and the red there we go could it get throughout three this one seems the easiest for me to line up so far this then the one wide and then the two ball but can the scores in fact something bit forward there can the scores showed up it's just meant to be every one of them is two out of three I just I tried this pot with some long shots as well and got a real nice feel off the face I got that I did get out a little spring and I don't know whether it's psychological if someone said to me that insert was a soft inter I would go without seeing it I'd go yeah I completely agree with that when I look at it it makes me think it's going to be hard just because of the look of the actual hinges they look hard but soon as I hit it they just come off so soft I absolutely love deserts of Technology I love it when I say tech not technology it's not to knows it's just a paint job on top of the pasta I absolutely love that certainly in this model the seven and the one wide and that there are other models as well it really pops out enormous ly I actually really like this one I was way into all the one wide but I think I might try the tank on the golf course a few times see how that feels a seven tank that felt so easy to line up it was on real as always guys don't forget you've got to try these posters yourself I'm just giving my opinion over it so while I'm out here with sunny beautiful evening like testing clusters that's not an easy thought lengthwise Holden expect to hold as many of those but throughout through every putter is pretty impressive me I'm just trying to get that line as straight as I can get it so if I can't I put the straight and hit that middle I know it's going to have a chance to go in in guys like watching hoping you enjoyed the video if you have quick thumbs up comment below what you think about the new versa range you impressed or not too fast and what you think about the new hinge micro hinge technology the cork some great names on it at least it's not an epic putter guys legs large in do subscribe if she's not doing I read about clicking big red button a lot for theme soon thanks for study that beach let me come down here and do some filming and thank you sunshine a lucky
4. Cleveland Golf Huntington Beach #1 Golf Putter
Our Honest Star Rating
Cleveland Golf sought to merge the old with the new on this putter.
On the first impression, we can say that they have managed to do just that.
The entire collection comes with 6 shapes that have been tried and tested over generations.
They have consistently been found to be great for putting. These are shapes that have been staple features in golfing bags of golfers of all levels for a long time.
The putter’s coarse, diamond-shaped face is Precision Milled. It has a pattern depth that is about four times deeper than you would have encountered in the previous generations of putters.
You will note that there is an enhanced feel on contact with the ball. There is more friction between the ball and the putter which will result in more control of your shots.
The roll that you get with these once you get the hang of them is more consistent.
The surface of the putter is made of stainless steel. It gives you a softer feel. The softness of the material is such that it is easily malleable for ease of customisation.
You can make minor adjustments to suit your needs and the pattern of your stroke. The design is that of blade form. It has a plumber’s neck hose. It has a 70-degree lie, coupled with 3-degree loft.
The head weight is 345 grams. The grip weighs 85 grams.
You can purchase this putter in 33”, 34” and 35”. It is not a face-balanced putter. You will get the standard grip size on purchase.
If you would like to, you can then get the oversized one as well. There is a free headcover included with it.
The grip is made of blue rubber.
aN HONEST REVIEW
hi everybody Ryan Val G up golf news that here continuing our series of reviews of Cleveland golf and Strickland golf products for late 2016 early 20th 2017 we continue our line of putter reviews we did the TFI 21:35 series which has been expanded to six heads and really focuses on alignment technology the Huntington Beach collection is a little bit different it's a value priced option coming in at $100 per Club and it still offers an improved set of materials and technologies over the previous generation while keeping the same price point so the three models with the Huntington Beach collection we use the number one the answer style model which we typically use for our putter reviews because that fits best with my stroke so that's what we prefer to go with what we really like about this is again at the same value price point of $100 as opposed to $160 for the TFI 21:35 series a player is able to get improved materials so they've gone from 17 4 stainless steel in the previous generation to 304 stainless steel in this generation that's a softer material it is a little bit harder to mill in the three or three but it's 51% softer and gives improve feel which you can notice right away comparing it to the previous generation the other part of this which is an improved feature is that they've improved their milling process creating four times deeper grooves in the milled face with a diamond pattern that's designed to get the ball moving with topspin forward spin faster which is something you see across the board in putters but everyone has a little bit different way of getting there and depending on the price point how they approach that problem is also different this method works pretty well it does get the ball rolling pretty quickly again $100 you're not necessarily talking about a huge investment in your game but if you're looking for a putter that's a little bit more up-to-date and technology has good feel as a good grip has enough options that can keep you fitted in pretty well and is malleable to fit your putting stroke then the Huntington Beach collection is certainly something that you're going to want to look into
5. Odyssey White Hot Pro 2.0 Putter
Our Honest Star Rating
If you are looking for a simpler putter, this may be the one for you.
The design has less moving parts, which will make it much more user-friendly.
It has a white face that was crafted with sound improvement, that of performance and feel in mind.
The heel and toe weight of the putter and well-positioned on the shaft to make it easier for you to feel each shot.
This is achieved in combination with the full-shaft offset and the crank neck hosel.
The face is laser milled for a more precise feel on impact. This allows you to get good feedback on your shots to make adjustments as you may see fit.
The design is one that is tour-proven, as are the others on our list. It has a beautiful satin finish. If your game is not up there, at the very least, you will look the part.
There is also a white-hot insert at the front end of the putter.
You will get a branded headcover with your purchase. Golfers that putt with an arc will benefit the most from this one.
This is courtesy of the 2 dashes that offer a slight toe hang. There are other options that may be more suitable for other putting styles.
Each stroke will result in a true and consistent roll of the ball. The general advice is to allow yourself time to adjust to the nuances of the putter before you discount it.
It may take some effort to adjust to it if you have been using a different putter for a while. This is a face-balanced putter. It is available in both left hand and right-hand variations.
The sizes available are 33”, 34” and 35”. You can also choose your preferred style between the #1, #3, #5, V-line and the Rossie.
The grips can be selected between a jumbo and standard one.
AN HONEST REVIEW
hey guys Amanda here with Matt Haines line of Odyssey golf and you are the guy that fits everyone on the PGA Tour with the right putter so we feel like if you can fit a PGA Tour pro maybe you can help us that really needed the hacks the amateurs I think you guys I can help you guys more you can almost more that that's what we like to hear this is why we brought you one okay so first of all let's talk about if you are maybe having problem with alignment what color are you going to recommend well alignment is huge because you have to make sure that you get the punch like started on line to even have a chance to go in so if you're struggling with alignment there's a couple go-to models the two ball is probably it's there's a reason why it's such a good putter and it has over 200 worldwide wings with it is because it's so easy to aim and so easy to align to the whole line so you know somebody struggling with aim will go to a two ball or something like our number seven where it's got some dots and some tracing lines on the back and those really seem to help players either consciously or subconsciously get themselves aligned to what their intended line is or twofold we've been hearing a lot of buzz about that marksman saying what kind of putter would you be or what are you looking for if you're gonna put that in about two things one if you're looking for something that's kind of higher mo I it's more forgiveness the marksman thing does a great job of moving the the mass around the center of gravity so it's a lot more forgiving it's got really high definition alignment aids so it can help you aim it if you are thinking about maybe changing to a blade what are the benefits about butter um the benefits of a blade is it it it really kind of frees you up a lot of times players you know out here there's a lot of putts where you almost have to you have to feel it into the hole little bits but one of the most important things with plotting - is controlling your speed and matching your speed up to the line so with Odyssey you know we're great with insert technology then you are X sensor is soft it's got the wall technology there's not a lot that can be done to improve on a blade but if you have a great insert in here you can really help with your speed the insert materials match up very closely to what the ball is made of so it gives you a great kind of consistent feel between the club facing the ball it really helps players kind of give them confidence that they can make the same stroke or they can be aggressive with it and they're gonna have great speed their knock out blow away past the hole so thank you so much for joining us so go check out all those putters inserts that we just talked about if you still think maybe we didn't talk about the right one for you there are so many more bottles on Odyssey golf calm go check it out we're just here to make you better putters people that's always trying to do
Best putters in PGA Buyer’s Guide
We are now going to present you with some information that will show you some of the things that we considered when choosing the best putters in PGA. As you will already know, we looked at the level of success that each of the putters had when used by the top players at some of the world’s most prestigious tournaments. Beyond this, there are also some key elements that you should also be on the lookout for if you are to search for your own.
Best Grip for Putter (mid-size, oversize, jumbo or standard)
The grip that you use on your putt has a small effect on your stroke. Most players will either not notice this or simply not care. When you buy a putter you will usually get it with a standard handle. This is the most commonly used size across the world, at all levels of the game.
To find the right size start with a standard and work from there. When you are using your putter consider how it relates to the size of your hands. If you have larger hands, you may find that a handle that is too small will adversely affect your performance. When your grip is too small you will usually find that you develop a tendency to grip it too hard. If the handle is too large your swing speed is affected.
It will generally slow down. However, you will usually have more control over the club. This is probably due to the considerable effort that you would put into making sure that your hand goes all the way around it. If you can help it, start from the standard and work your way up until you find one that is just right for the size of your hand.
Types of putters
You will have noticed that there are all sorts of different sizes and designs for putter heads. They all have their virtues. Knowing what each of these is will help you make the right choice when looking to pick one for yourself. Putters are generally named based on their physical characteristics. This may be the shape of their head, the placement of the shaft or how certain features have been ingrained into them.
The centre shafted putter is named based on the position of the head at which the shaft connects on the putter. In this case, the shaft is linked to the head in a central position. Hence the name. It is a popular pick for close shots that are relatively straight. You have good control of the direction and the weight of power that you can put into it. If you just need to knock the ball in the right direction, this is the putter for you.
The mallet was designed to mirror the design of a club that is used in croquet. It was therefore named after it. As with other mallets, it is somewhat hammer-like in shape. They have a larger sweet spot than most other putters. The mallets are usually holed out and weighted on the end that will make contact with the ball. It keeps them lightweight, devoid of any excess material. They are usually the go-to putter for getting a ball from one square to another in a straight line.
An offset putter is named based on the deliberate misalignment or offsetting of the shaft from the head of the putter. The shaft would either be curved away from the head or simply connected at an angle. The angling is facilitated by the presence of a kink or plumber’s neck. This places your hands ahead of the putter at all times. The idea is that if you hands lead, your natural motion will result in more accuracy than you would otherwise get.
The Onset putter is the opposite of the offset one. This is where the connection of the shaft is such that there is a clear view between where you connect with the ball and where the shaft it. It is another method that delivers great accuracy. This is due to the fact that it places your shot right within your eye line. It gives the golfer better judgement on point of contact between the ball and the face of the putter.
This is one of the most sought after features of putters. The face balance refers to the spread of the weight across the face of the putter. A face balanced putter is one that has an equally spread amount of weight across it. This is something that you can easily judge by placing the head in your hand.
As far as putting is concerned, a face-balanced golf club is easier to control and judge than one where the weight is not evenly distributed.
A toe weighted putter is one that is heavier on the toe end of the head. When you strike a ball with this putter it has a “barn door” effect. This is when the lighter end flows behind the heavier end in a swinging motion. This results in a change in direction. You can use this for working on curved shots.
Insert putters are putters that have their faces holed out and replaced with a material that is different from the one that is used on the rest of the head. This can be done in order to create a specific sweet spot effect on the putter. Some would prefer for this material to be particularly soft of particularly hard. It is down to the individual. Both variants are available on the market.
Cast putters have largely been phased out. The top players tend to dictate what most people will start to buy. You would be hard-pressed to find a professional player that is still using a cast putter in competition. In previous generations, they were widely used.
A cast putter is one that made through the process of casting. They are cheaper than most putters nowadays.
If you have a bit more money to spend, milled putters are the way to go. They are created with a single metal block that is ground down and shaped through the process of milling. Their advantage is that you can make them in all sorts of complex shapes if you would like to. They are known for the great feedback and feel when you play your shot.
Blade putters have been on the market for decades now. They will not be going away anytime soon. These are toe-weighted putters that have a fast shutting end that is unweighted. If you want to play an open-square-closed shot, this is the go-to one.
We have considered 5 great putters in PGA. Our reviews of these putters presented you with some of the reasons why we think that these are wonderful. That is beside the fact that they are used by the top players in the world to great effect. We looked at some of their finest characteristics as well as the areas in which they could be better. Buying any of these putters will guarantee that you have a great iron for your putting shots.
Our buyers’ was written to feed the more curious minds. Those that would have wanted to know what things are or why they are the way that they are. In this case, we focused mainly on the sort of putters that you can get on the market. You would also have learned about the handle sizes for your putter. You can confidently use these details to search the market for the ideal putter for you. You could also use it to ask the right questions when shopping for a putter in a store.
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