Putter Reviews

Putter Reviews

Pros: Available in four different models -- #1 Wide, #7, 330M and V-Line -- and two different lengths (35 and 38 inches). Each Tank Cruiser...

Pros: Solid sound at impact and consistent distance on mishits. These are classic-styled putters with a minimalist look. Custom stamping and sight lines are available. Cons:...

Pros: The BB55 feels very stable and smooth during the stroke. The three sight lines and bulbous side panels nicely frame the ball at address....

Pros: 100% milled, with a very soft feel at impact. The Hyper-Honeycomb face finish is stunning, and is a nice modern touch to these...

Pros: The Cleveland Classic HB 1 costs only $99, yet it offers the clean look and soft feel of more expensive putters. It's available in...

Pros: The wide, flat section on the front of the grips helps fill up a golfer's hands, which can add stability to their stroke and...

Pros: The Joey putter has a great weight and a nice, responsive feel when struck. It gave me one of the purest rolls I’ve...

Pros: The slightly thicker body and single sight line make the G-4 easy to square up to the target line. The glare-free PVD Black...

Pros: Square alignment aids make it incredibly easy to aim, and the face insert feels soft and rolls the ball well. There won't be any glare...

Pros: The heavier weight of the putter combined with a new, softer insert gives the new Ghost Tour putters a fantastic feel. The site...

Pros: Unique “Half-Pipe alignment system” helps golfers keep their eyes directly over the ball, if that's their goal. The interchangeable hosel design is an...

Pros: Like all of Giannini's putters, the G-3 Slimline II has a classic look and finish, and offers superb feel and feedback. It sets up...

Pros: Very stable during the stroke, and unbelievably good looking at address. The F.I.T. Face feels soft, and the Pewter PVD finish is both beautiful...

Pros: The removable tungsten weights in the sole allow golfers to fine tune head weight, and the grooved hitting area on the 303 Stainless Steel heads gets...

Pros: Thanks to the balance between its heavier head, heavier shaft and heavier grip, the Tank is a counter-balanced putter that doesn't feel like one. We...

Pros: One of the most stable putters we've ever tested. The head is bigger than the original Spider, but the removal of the bar...

By pitbull808 I’ve played many Miura putters through the years.  Many who know me personally or my WITB know that there are not many putters made...

PROS: Easy to align, aided by the 3 alignment lines and the 2 wings. I like the feel of the stock Lamkin 3Gen grip, I...

From Cleveland: Never Compromise Sub30 Series: More Control On Every Putt The softest feeling putter in the Never Compromise line, Sub 30 putters also feature superior...

by goldenhawk Product Information from Odyssey: The new Flip Face Putters are an adjustable masterpiece unlike anything else in golf. Golfers now have the ability to own two putters...

Early Review by Min (full Review coming) The model reviewed is the ProType Tour Series in the 2-Ball model at 34". So here is a...

Early Review by BluCat61- (Long term review coming) We just picked up a Golo s (straight shafted). I love it so far, but have only...

by getmeouttajersey The PING Nome was released in early April after it exploded onto the scene when Hunter Mahan dismantled the field at the WGC-Accenture...

by member SheriffBooth TESTED: TaylorMade Ghost Manta Belly Putter 47” PLAYER PROFILE: Age:35 Ht: 6’4” Wt: 185 Yrs Playing: 20 Hcp: 3.4 My game: I was scratch as recently as 2007, but work,...

GolfWRX Editor Review by bpark1210 First off big ups to GolfWRX and HipCheck for the opportunity to test and review this putter for the GolfWRX...