The Scotty Cameron Futura 6M is one of his boldest designs in a while. See if it’s a step forward or a step back in this review.
Wilson Staff brings back the most classic putter design in the 8802. In this review, we give our take on this homage.
Tired of the same old flat sticks? Check out the PXG Mustang putter, a complete break from the ordinary.
Tom reviews one of the most popular flat sticks on Tour: the Taylormade Spider Tour Red putter. It’s already won a major, but is it the right fit for you?
At $500, the PXG Brandon is one of the most expensive off-the-rack Anser putters out there. Does it deserve to be?
The Scotty Cameron Futura 5MB has a unique old-school look, but disappoints when it comes to feel. Learn more in this review.
The Bettinardi Studio Stock #3 putter is a well-crafted mid-mallet that offers soft feel and solid performance.
At $550, the PXG Bat Attack costs more than most drivers. Will it shave strokes off your card to justify the price? Find out here.
The Scotty Cameron Select Newport 3 is confusingly named but does the performance break through the muddle? We have the answers.
The Queen B #8 putter sees Bettinardi put their unique spin on the notchback-style mallet. Get the full review here.