Category: Putter Fitting Blog

Putter Perfection Available on iPad

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I am happy to report that Putter Perfection is now available on the iBookstore via iTunes, enabling you to read it in full color on your iPad. Phil Mickelson and Hunter Mahan are two professionals who’ve already won tournaments this year immediately after improving the fit of their putters. But putter fitting is no longer […]

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Mickelson Fixes Fit, Wins Tournament

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Phil Mickelson made an epic charge on the greens at Pebble Beach last Sunday, sinking several huge putts to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. And along the way, he had a secret weapon in his arsenal: putter fitting. Indeed, I learned that two weeks before the tournament, Mickelson lowered the loft of his […]

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Get Set with Offset

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The putter world is loaded with buzzwords that can be mystifying to the average golfer, and one of those buzzwords is “offset.” Offset essentially describes the shaft placement in relation to the putter face. In a putter with no offset, the leading edge of the shaft is in direct visual line with the leading edge of […]

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Tiger Regains His Balance

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Tiger Woods won his first tournament in two years after recently switching back to the Nike Method 001, an Anser-style putter with partial toe hang. Previously, he was playing a heel-shafted mid mallet that was fully toe down in balance. Putter balance falls into two general categories. A “face-balanced” putter will generally appeal to golfers […]

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Find Your Belly Putter Length

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Establishing the proper club length for your putting stance is a vital component of putter fitting. And while most on-the-floor retail putters come in lengths of 34 to 35 inches, the fact is that there is no standard when it comes to putter length. The best length is one that fits your physique and your stance. […]

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The Upside of Negative

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Over at PutterZone.com, I just reviewed Michael Breed’s new book, The 3-Degree Putting Solution, which revolves around a crucial putter fitting topic covered in Putter Perfection: putter loft. The premise of the book is that you want to have three degrees of negative dynamic loft at impact in order to achieve quick forward roll, which […]

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An Excerpt from Putter Perfection

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To give folks a better picture of what Putter Perfection offers, I have uploaded this complimentary excerpt excerpt . Hope you like it!

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The Golden Age of Putters

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Looking around my office this morning, I was reminded again that we have entered the golden age of putters. The options in putter styles have never been more numerous, and the overall collective quality of the putter market is at an all-time high. From the standpoint of putter fitting, this is the best news possible. […]

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Get Fit for Feel

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Putter feel is one of those terms that gets tossed around but that is hard to quantify. Indeed, feel is a lot of things, and it means different things to different people. As Stan Utley writes in The Art of Putting, “(Feel is) one of those things that’s really hard to describe, but you know it […]

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Are You Ready to Belly Up?

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With long putters notching three consecutive victories on the PGA Tour, and six wins overall this year, it’s no surprise that the belly putter is suddenly a red-hot topic in the golf world. To be honest, Putter Perfection doesn’t have a lot to say about belly putters, because it’s not a book about putters, but […]

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