The Odyssey White Hot OG putter authentically recreates the classic feel but adds some new, modern elements. Learn more in this review.
Bettinardi adds the Queen B #11 to their acclaimed series for 2021. Just eye candy? Learn what Meeker thinks in this comprehensive review.
The Bettinardi Inovai 7.0 looks unusual, but it’s designed with a purpose. Learn more in Dylan’s review.
The 2021 Bettinardi Studio Stock 7 brings one of the company’s best original head shapes back to their production line. Full review here.
Love the feel of a blade putter but desire the forgiveness of a mallet? The TaylorMade Spider FCG may be the putter you’ve longed for.
The PXG One and Done putter will have you feeling like every putt is a gimme. Learn why in this review.
Want to get really old school on the greens? Check out the Greenwood Putter.
The Bettinardi BB45 putter isn’t going to turn heads on the green, but it can make a lot of putts. Learn more in this review.
If you want a premium putter but don’t want to pay a premium price, check out the Haywood Golf Signature Putter.
If you’re seeking a milled putter that doesn’t break the bank, check out the Cleveland Golf Huntington Beach Soft Premier putters.