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.
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.