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New and Used Putters

  • FAQs

    What is a golf putter?

    A golf putter is a club designed for use on the putting green. It has a flat clubhead and is used to roll the ball into the hole without getting any height.

    What are the different types of golf putters?

    There are several types of putters for golf, including blade putters, mallet putters and counterbalanced putters. Each type has its own design and characteristics.

    How do I choose the right golf putter for me?

    Choosing the right golf putter depends on factors like your putting stroke, personal preference and overall feel. It’s important to try different putters and find one that suits your style.

    What is the difference between a blade putter and a mallet putter?

    Blade putters have a traditional design with a thin clubhead, while mallet putters have a larger, more forgiving clubhead. The choice between the two depends on your preference and stroke style.

    How long should my golf putter be?

    The length of your men’s and ladies golf putter depends on your height, setup position and ultimately your own personal style. It’s important to find a length that allows you to maintain good posture and control during your stroke so you don’t compromise form for function.

    How often should I replace my golf putter?

    There’s no hard or fast rule for putter replacement. If you’re comfortable with your current putter and it suits your game, there may be no need to replace it for years. However, if you’re struggling with consistency or feel, it may be worth trying out different options to fit your gameplay needs.

  • Overview

    Golf putters are an essential club in a golfer’s bag, specifically designed for use on the putting green. They have undergone significant changes throughout history. The earliest putters were known as “putting cleeks” and were made entirely from woods such as beech, ash and hazel. Over time, the design of putters evolved, and iron club heads became more popular in the 1900s.

    Today, the best putters come in various types, including blade putters, mallet putters and counterbalanced putters. The choice between these types depends on personal preference and short game style. Every year, you can expect new and exciting innovations that continue to transform the game of golf for the better.

  • Pro Tips

    When it comes to putting, alignment is crucial. Take the time to line up your putter face with the target line and ensure your feet, hips, and shoulders are parallel to it. This’ll help you start the ball on the intended line and improve your accuracy.

    In addition to alignment, tempo plays a significant role in putting. Maintaining a smooth and consistent tempo throughout your stroke can help you control distance and improve your feel. Practice swinging the putter with a metronome or counting in your head to develop a consistent rhythm.

    Remember, putting is all about precision and touch. By focusing on alignment and tempo, you can enhance your putting performance and sink more putts.

  • New and Used Putters by Brand

    New and Used Odyssey Putters

    Odyssey is known for its high-quality putters. Some popular models include the Odyssey White Hot OG, Odyssey Stroke Lab, and Odyssey Toulon. These putters are designed to provide maximum accuracy and feel on the greens.

    New and Used Titleist Putters

    Titleist putters, crafted by master putter designer Scotty Cameron, have gained a reputation for their precision engineering and artistic craftsmanship since their introduction in the early 1990s. Among the brand's many offerings, models like the Newport, Select, and Futura have stood out for their unique design features and consistent performance.

    New and Used PING Putters

    PING is known for its high-quality putters. Some popular models include the Ping Sigma 2, Ping Vault 2.0, and Ping Heppler. These putters put precision and performance first.

    New and Used TaylorMade Putters

    TaylorMade offers a wide range of new and used golf putters. Some popular models include the TaylorMade Spider Tour, TaylorMade Spider EX, and TaylorMade Spider FCG. These putters are designed to provide maximum stability and forgiveness on your last strokes.

    New and Used Cobra Putters

    While traditionally more renowned for their drivers and irons, Cobra has also delivered precision-crafted putters that cater to various player preferences. Their KING Vintage Series and 3D-printed putter line showcase the brand's commitment to blending traditional aesthetics with cutting-edge technology.

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