Golf Putters ( 181 items found)

Golf Putters

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US Kids UltraLight 520 PutterUS Kids UltraLight 520 Putter£19.95 - £24.95quick find # G10294 OffersOdyssey White Hot Pro #7 PutterOdyssey White Hot Pro #7 Putter£89.95was £109.95quick find # G11553 OffersOdyssey Metal X 7 Mid Arm Lock PutterOdyssey Metal X 7 Mid Arm Lock Putter£69.95was £149.95quick find # G11209 Wilson Prostaff I LCG Putter Wilson Prostaff I LCG Putter £24.95was £33.65quick find # G6004 OffersOdyssey Versa 7 White PutterOdyssey Versa 7 White Putter£89.95was £109.95quick find # G11288 OffersOdyssey Tank Cruiser 7 Putter with SuperStroke GripOdyssey Tank Cruiser 7 Putter with SuperStroke Grip£189.95quick find # G13704 OffersOdyssey Metal X DART Mid Arm Lock PutterOdyssey Metal X DART Mid Arm Lock Putter£79.95was £149.95quick find # G11123 OffersOdyssey Versa 7 Black PutterOdyssey Versa 7 Black Putter£99.95was £109.95quick find # G11287 OffersOdyssey White Hot Pro #1 PutterOdyssey White Hot Pro #1 Putter£89.95was £99.95quick find # G11547 Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 Blade Putter 2014Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 Blade Putter 2014Click for pricequick find # G13511 OffersOdyssey Versa 9 White PutterOdyssey Versa 9 White Putter£99.95was £109.95quick find # G11292 OffersOdyssey Versa 2 Black PutterOdyssey Versa 2 Black Putter£99.95was £109.95quick find # G11401 Longridge Two Way Bullseye PutterLongridge Two Way Bullseye Putter£24.95quick find # G12519 OffersOdyssey White Ice 2.0 Model #1 Putter 2014Odyssey White Ice 2.0 Model #1 Putter 2014£64.95was £74.95quick find # G12999 OffersOdyssey Tank 2-Ball Versa Putter 2014Odyssey Tank 2-Ball Versa Putter 2014£129.95was £149.95quick find # G13147 OffersOdyssey Tank 7 Versa Putter 2014Odyssey Tank 7 Versa Putter 2014£129.95was £149.95quick find # G12957 OffersWilson Staff 8881 Series Black PutterWilson Staff 8881 Series Black Putter£54.95was £69.96quick find # G9024 OffersOdyssey Versa 90 7 White PutterOdyssey Versa 90 7 White Putter£99.95was £109.95quick find # G11290 OffersOdyssey Versa 2 White PutterOdyssey Versa 2 White Putter£89.95was £109.95quick find # G11402 OffersWilson Harmonized M1 PutterWilson Harmonized M1 Putter£39.95quick find # G13074 Wilson Prostaff HL 1 Putter Wilson Prostaff HL 1 Putter £39.95quick find # G11052 TaylorMade CounterBalance Spider Mallet PutterTaylorMade CounterBalance Spider Mallet Putter£149.95quick find # G12248 OffersOdyssey Versa 7 White Putter with SuperStroke Grip 2014Odyssey Versa 7 White Putter with SuperStroke Grip 2014£119.95quick find # G12968 Wilson Prostaff HL 3 Putter 2014Wilson Prostaff HL 3 Putter 2014£39.95quick find # G11076

Golf Putters

After doing all the hard work of getting from tee to green the last thing you want to do is needlessly throw any shots away, which is why it is so important to pick the right type of golf putter for you.

Given the delicacy, touch and feel that putting requires, being able to select the club which suits you best could really help take shots off your round. However, get it wrong and you could be left cursing your failure to sink those tricky four-footers.

Around 50 per cent of your shots on a golf course will be made with the putter, and it is for this reason that technology is advancing the performance of these clubs.

Whatever you are after, here at GolfOnline we stock a wide range of golf putters from the biggest manufacturers in the game, including Odyssey, Scotty Cameron, Yes Golf, Nike, TaylorMade and Rife.

Face and Toe-Balanced Putters
One of the first things to choose between is whether you want a face or toe-balanced putter.

Face-balanced putters are ideal for golfers who have a stroke which goes back and through, as the centre of gravity is directly below the axis of the shaft. This enables the club stroke to straighten on the forward motion.

On the other hand, a toe-balanced putter might suit those with an out to in stroke, as the centre of gravity is not found below the axis of the shaft.

You can tell these two clubs apart by balancing the shaft on your finger, with the face facing upwards for a face-balanced putter, and the toe pointing to the ground for a toe-balanced putter.

Putter Shafts
The shaft of a putter is always made of steel so you can get the maximum touch and feel while on the green.

You could choose between a heel-shafted, centre-shafted or offset putter depending on your preference for using the head or hosel to guide the ball into the hole.

Shaft length is another important decision to make when choosing your putter. You can choose between traditional lengths, which range between 32 and 36 inches, belly putters of between 41 and 46 inches and long putters, which are up to 52 inches.

Putter Head Design
The design of your putter head has much to do with your stroke, and it is important to get it right when making your decision.

Blade putters bring back images of yesteryear and are the most traditional type of putter, ideal for both the beginner and the experienced golfer.

Mallet putters are heavier and are blessed with a lower and deeper centre of gravity, which should reduce backspin when you putt. While weighted golf putters suit those players who have an in to out stroke.

Faces and Inserts
The final part of the putting jigsaw is selecting what type of face or insert you require. This will all depend on the type of ball that you are using, along with the speed of the greens you are playing on.

For example, you will probably want a different putter for October in the UK than you would in Portugal in July.

It is all about trying to find a club with the right feel for your style and surroundings, and so testing out whether you want a metal, insert or groove-faced putter will go a long way to helping your quest to be king or queen of the greens.
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