Here are 10 tips on how to choose the best golf putter for you:
By: Donna F Weiss
Consider your putting stroke. Are you a straight-back, straight-through putter? Or do you have a more arcing stroke? The type of putter you choose will depend on your stroke.
Choose the right head shape. There are two main types of putter head shapes: blades and mallets. Blades are more traditional and offer more feel, while mallets are more forgiving and can help you make more putts.
A heavier putter will be more stable, but a lighter putter will be easier to swing. Choose a weight that feels comfortable to you.
Consider the length of the putter. The length of the putter should be based on your height and arm length. A putter that is too long or too short will make it difficult to make consistent strokes.
Look for a putter with good alignment features. Alignment lines or dots can help you line up your putts more accurately.
Pay attention to the putter's feel. When you putt, you should feel a smooth, consistent stroke. If the putter feels too heavy or too light, it's not the right one for you.
Get fitted for a putter. A professional club fitter can help you find the putter that is best suited for your individual needs.
Don't be afraid to experiment. Try out different putters until you find one that you feel comfortable with and that helps you make more putts.