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.
The Odyssey O-Works V-Line Fang CH is a unique putter with maybe the best Odyssey insert to date. Read our review to find out more.
The Odyssey O-Works #1 putter has the new Microhinge face insert that may be Odyssey’s best work to date. Get our thoughts in this review.
If you’re looking for a better way to aim, but want to stick to a blade putter, the MLA Tour Blade FT is worth your attention.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a putter line as technologically advanced and comprehensive as the PING Sigma G. Learn all about it in this review.
Looking for an everyday putter that has great feel and style? Check out the Bettinardi Studio Stock #8.
Whether you want a gamer or a show piece, the Bettinardi Queen B #9 could be your putter of choice.