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Golf Tip of the Fortnight
Choosing a Putter
Golfers frequently ask me for recommendations on putters. There is so much personal preference involved in choosing a putter that I can't ever tell them which putter I think they should use. But there are
some things that I can recommend.
- LIKE the look and feel of your putter (which probably means you have to test a number of them).
- I recommend that your putter have a very clear and distinct (and hopefully long) line on it indicating the target line (as nearly as possible all the way from the face to the back end of the putter).
Once you have chosen a putter that meets the previous two suggestions make sure that the following attributes are, or can be, adjusted to your liking and your posture/stroke.
- Overall length
- Lie angle
- Grip size and material/feel
Knowing that you have a putter that is properly adjusted for your specific technique and liking the look and feel of your putter will go a long way in terms of confidence in your putting.
I work with golfers of all skill levels on all areas of their games (individually or in small groups of friends, family, co-workers, etc.) in my Private Golf Schools.
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