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You don’t have to play the same equipment as the best players in the world to have fun and play well. In fact, the equipment Tour Players have in their bags would probably end up hurting your game more than helping it. That’s because it’s engineered for players at elite levels that most of us will never attain. Not to mention this stuff is mind-bogglingly expensive. It’s the casual weekend golfer that the StIx Complete Set is meant for.
Not only are these clubs a heck of a lot less expensive, they’re designed with this type of player in mind. So, if you want to get the most out of your golf game, but don’t want to break the bank in the process, this set of clubs is perfect.
- Price point is much lower than clubs from premium manufacturers.
- Buying a complete set saves you the time, money, and confusion of having to buy clubs individually.
- Shipping times are shorter than those from bigger name brands.
- Lack of customization might be a deterrent.
- Depending on where you live, it might be hard to hit these clubs before you buy.
- Might not be the best option for advanced players that are extra-particular about their equipment.
This center shaft putter is ideal for players with a lower handicap who want the best feel and stability. This is owed in part to its straightforward, conventional design, which is both familiar and welcome. The appropriate length putter is crucial for making a steady stroke, as good players know. Because the Sigma 2 is adjustable, it's simple to find the right length. That means you won't have to guess if you're holding the correct putter when it's time to swipe your credit card.
One of our authors is familiar with this Pacific Northwest brand and has nothing but positive things to say about it. However, he isn't the only one who has taken to the Site 2 center shaft putter. The Site 2 is distinguished by its clean lines and exact weighing. The putter is not only easy to aim, but it is also well-balanced, allowing golfers to produce consistent strokes.
For as long as we can remember, Ray Cook has been producing high-quality putters. Over the years, I've owned numerous and have never been disappointed. Because of its straightforward design, this center shaft putter is ideal for beginners. It's simple to set up, offers lots of stability and forgiving, and provides beginners with the feedback they need to improve their consistency.
The Jamesmilr putter company is probably unknown to you. That's right, they just make putters. They're also really adept at it. The Mallet 3 Horseshoe Type is one of the more interesting center shaft putters on our list. It is notable for its broad sight lines, which make alignment straightforward. You'll never have to worry if you're looking in the proper direction again thanks to the anti-glare surface.
One of the most forgiving center shaft putters on the market is the Heppler Piper C. Its mallet head is made to provide maximum forgiveness throughout the whole clubface. The Heppler Piper C is the putter for you if you like a firmer feel upon impact. It has a solid stainless steel face that delivers plenty of feedback.
This is thanks to unique face milling, which increases energy transfer from the face to the ball during impact. The head is composed of 303 stainless steel, which has a nice and stable feel to it. You won't feel much vibration at impact, even on mishits. The Evnroll ER2 Satin Midblade putter is a tad on the pricey side, but it more than lives up to the hype.
While Cleveland manufactures a putter that is more than inexpensive, the Tour Edge Wingman is the finest bargain for a center shaft putter. If you've read any of our other buying guides, you'll note that we frequently discuss the value Tour Edge provides golfers. Because it is correct. However, just because their clubs are less expensive does not imply they are not producing high-quality equipment.
When it comes to wedges, everyone knows Cleveland is the best. What gets missed in the discussion is that they also create some fantastic putters. They're also not nearly as expensive as flat sticks from other high-end manufacturers. This putter's mallet-style head is designed to provide the most forgiveness and consistency possible.
Bring a true Stroke of Genius to your short game with the Odyssey Stroke Lab Putter. Designed to challenge established putter design norms, Stroke Lab Putters incorporate a unique new method of weight distribution to improve backswing length, face angle, head speed and tempo. The multi-material, tip-heavy graphite/steel shaft combines with sole and grip weighting to increase feel for the putter head. Legendary White Hot sound and feel combines with the accuracy and distance control of Microhinge to create the feedback and roll demanded by the world’s best.
TaylorMade golf clubs are among the best in the world. That will not be contested. When we think about TaylorMade, we normally think of the game's most popular drivers. The company's putters, on the other hand, are frequently disregarded. The center shaft Truss is one of their most innovative putters. The Truss is one of the most stable center shaft putters on our list. Because the shaft connects to the clubhead at two spots, this is the case.
When it comes to putting in the modern era, there truly is no right or wrong way to go about it. That’s why you see so many different styles. Of all the methods out there, none seems to be quite as popular at the moment as the armlock method. And it makes sense; the method reduces the moving parts during the stroke and does a remarkable job of keeping the clubface square. Regardless of your playing ability, if you feel like your putting could be better, there’s no reason you shouldn’t give the armlock method a try. When you do, there’s no better putter than the BioMech Acculock.
- Large clubhead provides ample forgiveness.
- BioMech Optical Alignment System makes aiming at the target easy.
- Variety of colors, shaft lengths, and grips allows for easy fitting and customization.
- Unconventional design may be a little much for some golfers.
- Armlock method may not be suitable for everyone.
- Price point is higher than other premium putters.
Mactec X series is meant to give players every edge in that respect, Graeme Stevens, owner of MacGregor Golf, said of the new putter line. High MOI designs, milled faces for increased roll and distance control, and a variety of alignment markings help you get the club started on the right path are all available. You may acquire a terrific assortment of putters for a very low price that will help you hole more putts.
The Wilson Staff Harmonized Putter was created specifically for female golfers. The most evident difference is the reduced length of this putter.
It's also available in two different models. The M1 has a blade-like design. The M2 is designed to be used as a mallet. The stock grip is a little too big. This is ideal for golfers with sensitive hands who prefer to make a stroke with their arms and shoulders.
This putter is another mallet design with a high MOI. That's what forgiving implies. The contrast between the sleek black finish and the white site lines is great. The insert has also been redesigned. It's a lot quieter and more pleasant to listen to. The White Hot Pro 2.0 is the most costly putter on this list, but it's still a bargain compared to other high-end alternatives.
For as long as I can remember, Ray Cook has been making putters. Their putters, from what I recall, are on the heavier side. I appreciate the extra weight in the head, having owned a couple. It lets me to maintain a light grip pressure, and the ball feels very sturdy as it exits the face.
The putter has a pristine white finish that stands out when it is in the address position on the green. The white and green grass contrast helps you focus on the alignment lines, ensuring that your putter is on target right away. The increased 40g weight on the mallet putter makes it "tour-weighted," making it perfect for the faster greens that are becoming more common across the world. You'll also get a smooth forward spinning ball with minimal skid at contact, which will improve the stability of your putting game.
The HP Series putters come with a large grip. The grip keeps players' wrists from breaking down, allowing for a more pure and fluid putting stroke. The jumbo grip also helps to reduce grip strain and club head spin, resulting in a softer touch and a more pure putting stroke.
The Kirkland KS1 putter is perfect for anyone that likes a traditional look, expects consistent performance, and doesn’t want to spend hundreds of dollars. No matter your handicap, this putter’s design and technological features can help you make more putts and shoot lower scores. If you’re used to a mallet design however, the KS1 might not fit your eye.
- Price point is significantly lower than other putters.
- Milled face affords terrific feel and pure roll.
- SuperStroke grip takes the hands out of the motion and allows you to make a repeatable, consistent stroke.
- Only available in right-handed.
- Only available in one length.
- Availability is subject to inventory levels at Costco.
Even the best players in the world have trouble finding the center of the clubface and getting their putts online every time. And let’s face it, if the Pros have a hard time with this, chances are you do too. That’s why the Pyramid Putter can be beneficial for players of all different abilities. Even if putting is the strongest part of your game, there’s always room for improvement. And let’s face it, making more putts is the fastest way to start shooting lower scores. So, if you aren’t afraid to try something a little unconventional, and would like to see more putts go in, there’s no reason not to give the Pyramid Putter a try.
- Revolutionary design provides maximum forgiveness.
- Strategically milled face allows golfers to be more consistent.
- Price point is cheaper than high-end putters from the major OEMs.
- Lack of customization and fitting options could be a limiting factor.
- Oversize grip takes some getting used to.
- Only two head designs might not be suitable for some golfers.
Delivering the face square to the line at impact is the most essential fundamental in putting. Innovative design features that are proven to reduce face rotation throughout the entire stroke make the Toe Up putter unlike anything in its class. If you’re a player of any ability that struggles with keeping the face square and starting the ball on line, the Toe Up putter should be in your bag.
- Face Balanced allows players to start the ball on their intended line
- Center of gravity located toward the front helps to greatly reduce torque
- The chemically milled oval pattern on the face gets the ball rolling quickly
- Offset blade head designs may take some getting used to for players used to hitting a mallet
- Lack of custom options and adjustability may be limiting factors for some players
- The milled face may be too firm for players used to softer inserts on their putter
Putter fitting involves dialing in player delivery conditions and feel and visual preferences. The advantages that mallet putters bring have been well documented. Many players aim the putter more accurately with smaller, blade-style putters thus presenting an inherent conflict of great aim and the highest levels of performance at impact. Before, players had to choose between improved aim and improved performance on their mishits. The combination of the Evnroll signature grooves and the added forgiveness of the Stability Shaft created a forgiveness-enhanced blade putter that can potentially give many players the best-of-both-worlds.
The SeeMore Si2 RST putter is for any golfer that loves the alignment advantage SeeMore putters can deliver but has been holding out for more traditional shapes. The new look of the RST hosels combine the forgiveness of the centered shafted design with the traditional appearance that may make the RST line of the putters appeal to even more golfers. If you love looking down at the traditional line but want to know you are aimed perfectly each time, the new RST putters are for you.
- The Si2 features the all-new RST Hosel from SeeMore golf and brings evolutionary performance to a classic plumber’s neck blade design.
- The entire RST Hosel line features a shape for each golfer and putting stroke and delivers “Hide the Red Dot” alignment feedback for more accurate putts.
- The Si2 is made with a milled aluminum insert that improves feel and allows golfers to roll the golf ball more consistently.
- The two-tone color appearance of the Si2 putter may be less favorable for some than a single color would be.
- The RST Hosel design is currently limited to plumber’s neck only and does not feature slant necks or double bends.
- At this time, the RST line from SeeMore is available in right-hand only for the Si2 model
The Odyssey Triple Track Ten putter has a lot to unpack. First, the alignment aids really seem to help especially when paired with a Triple Track golf ball. Secondly, the oversized shape of the putter head is confidence inspiring and excels in aiding pace control on mishit putts. Finally, the Stroke Lab shaft helps place more feel through the entire putting motion and provides a more fluid response in the backswing and downswing.
- The Triple Track Ten putter features one of the most clear and precise alignment aids in golf.
- The Triple Track Ten is extremely stable and will help golfers on mishit to control direction and distance.
- The large shape of the Triple Track Ten putter inspires confidence behind the golf ball.
- The Triple Track Ten putter is only most effective when paired with Callaway Triple Track golf balls.
- The large club head will be offensive to golfers that prefer blade-style or similar putter shapes.
- The Triple Track Ten shape is almost identical to the TaylorMade Spider putter.
It is common for players to experiment with their putter grip in order to spark a change on the greens. If you have struggled with traditional style putter grips, then the Garsen shape may be for you. Golfers that like to putt with their elbows closer to their sides can do so comfortably with the Garsen Quad Tour grips. The Max grip allows for an oversized feel in the only grip style that features a two-sided design.
- Garsen G-Pro Quad Tour and Max grips offer a shape that is different from anything else on the market and can give golfers an avenue to better putting.
- Garsen Grips encourage a more natural putting position that can create a more consistent putting stroke for select players.
- Garsen offers the two-sided Max and four-sided Quad Tour to help a largest set of golfers.
- Garsen Grips are difficult to find to test in many locations.
- Garsen Grips cannot be ordered as the stock grip on many putter models.
- Garsen Grips carry a higher price tag than other aftermarket putter grip offerings.
You’ll gain more feel and shot feedback using the Lamkin® Deep-Etched Putter Grip. This putter features a prominent horizontally etched pattern that covers the entirety of the traditional-sized paddle-shaped grip. The deep-etched pattern delivers excellent grip stability and traction.
The next generation of Scotty Cameron Select putters are engineered for performance, milled to precision and designed with elegance. Scotty Cameron’s proven multi-material construction methodology of combining face inlays of either 303 stainless steel or 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum with stainless steel bodies provide superior balance, weight distribution, sound and feel. Featuring new four-way sole balancing technology, each 2018 Select putter sits perfectly square at address to promote easier alignment on virtually any lie.
When a certain brand of club is the #1 preferred brand by the best players in the world year after year, you know there is something special about it. Odyssey is that brand when it comes to putters and its latest O-Works Black and O-Works Red line are no exception. If you’re a player that likes a clean design and consistent performance on the green, the newest line of O-Works putters might be your best choice in 2018.
- Provides optimal feel for consistent control while providing stability on mishits
- Microhinge Technology gets the ball rolling quickly straight and controlled on line
- Eighteen new head designs in various lengths give players plenty of options
- Lack of adjustability in head weight and lie angle may not be agreeable for some
- Due to high demand, some purchasers have complained about lengthy delivery times
- The technology in the 2018 models is not that different from 2017 models
The ER10 Outback putter is top-to-bottom one of the most forgiving putters in golf. The ER10 uses the face milled Evnroll grooves, as well as the visual alignment dots, to give players more opportunities to hit the ball close to the hole and hole more putts. The ER10 specifically features deep perimeter weighting to help golfers keep ball speeds high on mishits for improved lag putting at all handicaps and skill levels. The ER10 Outback will be perfect for golfers that simply put function first on the greens and simply want to hit better putts.
- The Evnroll ER10 Outback putter features all of the benefits of the Evnroll face groove pattern as well as an ultra-stable high-MOI construction.
- The ER10 is an oversized mallet that will help many golfers improve putting performance especially on longer putts.
- The ER10 is a technologically packed putter with benefits that will directly translate to lower scores for many golfers.
- The Evnroll ER10 Outback putter may be hard to get in your hands depending on where you are located without buying one first.
- Some golfers may prefer the look of one color throughout the putter rather than the two color, high contract design.
- Golfers looking for a more traditional putter shape would be better going with the Evnroll ER1, ER2, or ER3 models.
The Hybrid X putter was created by PGA professionals to help golfers struggling to get their golf ball into the hole. Golfers that have always struggled with the unnatural nature of putting may find the Hybrid X to be a perfect fit. In terms of looks, sound, and feel, the Hybrid X seems to be well made. Putting from off the green seemed to be the place where the Hybrid X putter outperformed other models the most while short putts seemed to need more work.
- The Hybrid X putter excels at being used as a greenside golf club when players are uncomfortable with using their wedges.
- The longer shaft length and flatter lie angle may allow golfers to set up more naturally and make a more relaxed putting stroke.
- By approaching putting from a new angle, golfers may find that their visual interpretation of their putting lines are easier to see and more accurate.
- The FGX Sports Hybrid X putter length seems to make it more difficult to control and aim during short putts closer to the hole.
- The Hybrid X putter is currently only available in two color options and one head shape without an ability to test before buying.
- Some golfers will have been encouraged to putt with a more upright hand and wrist position and the Hybrid X will make that motion more difficult.