The Iceblock putter not only stands on its own, it’s also completely see through. If you’re looking for something unique, it certainly fits the bill.
Looking for the baddest Anser on the planet? The Handsome One putter by SWAG Golf makes a strong case for that title.
Matt has stuck with beautiful, classic putters despite knowing that mallets can provide a performance advantage. Will the Toulon Design Portland force him to reconsider?
The Bloodline putters have a unique trick up their sleeve – they stand on their own so you can aim them from behind the ball. Will this lead to lower scores? Read this review to find out.
Seeking stability? The Odyssey EXO putters deliver that in spades, along with fitting options to suit more golfers.
PING has added numerous upgrades to its Vault 2.0 putter line up and now has the options to fit every golfer.
Looking for consistent roll out even on mishits? Find out if the iNOVAi 5.0 mallet putter by Bettinardi is the answer in this review.
One measure of great putter makers is what they can do with classic designs. The 2018 Bettinardi BB1 shows that the Chicago-based company deserves its place at the top of the game.
The Bettinardi BB56 putter isn’t just for mallet-lovers. Golfers of all stripes will find it easy to use and extremely forgiving.
There’s no mistaking the Dagger is from PXG. Were they successful in providing forgiveness to a putter design known for feel? Find out in this review.