With the industry’s best face technology and an ultra-stable head, PING’s new Ketsch makes a compelling case for “Best Putter of 2014.”
Rife Golf tries to give longtime Rife fans another chance to fall in love. Read our review to see if Bill thinks the Barbados 2.0 putter stands up to the original.
We try to avoid hyperbole here at PluggedInGolf.com, but it’s difficult when a club is this good. Read Bill’s review of the Miura KM-007 only if you want to become very, very jealous.
First Bill told you what he thought about the Bettinardi BB1, but in this review he takes on its counter balanced brother, the BB1 CB.
TaylorMade offers up a space age looking head as their latest counter balance putter. Read Bill’s review to see if he thinks the game matches its looks.
Odyssey introduces more functional adjustability than ever before seen in a putter. Read Bill’s review on the Odyssey Tank Cruiser line only at PluggedInGolf.com!
A massively forgiving head plus the stability of counter balancing means you’ve got no excuse to miss another 4-footer. Check out Matt’s review of the Bettinardi BB55 CB.
Looking to get rid of your anchored putter, gain more control in your putting stroke, or to just become a better putter? Check out Bill’s review on the new Boccieri Heavy Putter EL Series.
Plugged In Golf has already reviewed Xenon’s handmade putters, but now we bring you a review of Xenon’s more affordable CNC offering. Read the review to find out if it’s still worth buying.
The Bettinardi BB Series reviews continue with the Bettinardi BB32. Read Bill’s review to see how the BB32 stacks up to the rest of the lineup.