The Best Putters in Golf

By Marc Jenkins

The most important golf club that any player carries around in his bag arguably has to be the putter. Without the putter, there would essentially be no scoring in the game of golf. Many golfers actually sink a shot with a putter more often than any of their other clubs that are used on a regular basis. Selecting the correct putter could mean the difference between an eagle, a par putt or a dreaded double-bogey. Once a player has his putting game down pat along with the best putter he can purchase, then his overall score should drop a point or two every time he takes to the course.

Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Kombi Putter

The Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Kombi putter is definitely one of the best putters available in golf currently. It is constructed with precision-milled 6061 aircraft aluminum with factory adjustable stainless steel, which means this putter is virtually indestructible. These putters feature the Studio Select heel- and toe-weighting technology to guarantee optimal headweight-to-length properties, which will allow users to gain a proper stroke with each putt. The center of gravity has been pushed back in the Cameron Studio Select Kombi putter due to an additional weighting point to stabilize the putter throughout the stroke for a optimal roll, feel and sound. As of July 2009, the manufacturer's suggested retail price for the Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Kombi putter is $325. For additional information, visit the Titleist link in Resources.

Odyssey White Steel 2-Ball SRT Putter

The Odyssey White Steel 2-Ball SRT putter is another one of the best putters in golf. Odyssey has revolutionized the putter yet again with this one; the two-ball alignment system allows golfers the effortless ability to line up putts accurately without even thinking twice. It contains a terrific center of gravity due to the incredible high-density alloy Saturn ring weighting system, which allows users to receive the best possible putt every time. With a modified white-hot urethane insert, the White Steel 2-Ball SRT allows weight to be repositioned toward the back of the putter head, which will show when it is time to sink a tough putt from distance. As of July 2009, the manufacturer's suggested retail price for the Odyssey White Steel 2-Ball SRT putter is $189. For more information, visit the website listed in Resources.

PING Redwood Black Satin Milled Anser Putter

The PING Redwood Black Satin Milled Anser putter is yet another one of the best putters in golf. Complete with a milled face, black satin finish and superior heel-toe weight distribution, it is simply an unbelievable putter to both look at and hit. The clubhead is constructed of high-quality 303 stainless steel, which gives it a slightly heavier and more solid feel. Using the Redwood Black Satin Milled Anser provides users with a number of advantages while hitting the course for a round of 18. As of July 2009, the manufacturer's suggested retail price for the PING Redwood Black Satin Milled Anser putter is $280. For more information, visit the website listed in Resources.

About The Author

Marc Jenkins has been writing since 2008. His work has appeared in numerous online publications, and he is also co-host of the Double Play Sports Hour, a sports talk radio show on WBCR 1090AM in New York City. He studied English and mass communications at Virginia State University.

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