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Ranging from big to small, blade to mallet, light to heavy, cast to milled, today's putter is anything but run-of-the-mill. Find the right putter for you and your game.

We Tried It: Cure Putter

Model: CX2 ($299.95)

We Tried It: Cure PutterThere’s always room in the bag for another putter, but sometimes you pick up a new model, take a few practice strokes then get down to business on the nearest green, and it’s love at first sink.

Equipment Q&A

5 Questions With David Edel Of Edel Golf

Equipment Q&AWhat's the most overlooked aspect when it comes to putter fitting?


Have a look at some of 2014's best

Wedges/PuttersA versatile Tour-proven design that generates lots of spin.

Equipment Q&A

5 Questions With Adam Sheldon Brand Manager, Cleveland Golf

Equipment Q&AOur goal with the Smart Square putter was to improve on putter alignment.

2014 Buyer's Guide Putters

Have a look at some of 2014's best

2014 Buyer's Guide PuttersWhen it comes to golf equipment, nothing is as personal as the putter.

Buyer's Guide Wedges/Putters

Scoring tools for better scores

Buyer's Guide Wedges/PuttersThe latest in wedges and putters.

2013 Buyer's Guide Putters

2013 Buyer's Guide PuttersThis year's models are as varied as ever, with blades, mallets and everything in between.

Belly Ache!

What to make of the anchored putting-style ban

Belly Ache!In 1924, a professional golfer named Leo Diegel started putting in the most unusual way.

We Tried It: Odyssey Flip Face And Ping Nome

We Tried It: Odyssey Flip Face And Ping NomeIt's pretty cool to be a putter these days.

2012 Buyer's Guide Putters

Will you switch to a long putter this year?

2012 Buyer's Guide PuttersWhat's the most overlooked component of your clubs? Easy: the grips. It shouldn't be, since the grip is the only connection you make with the club

Trending Now

Never Compromise Gambler Series

Trending NowIn case you haven’t noticed, the premium putter market is red hot.

Equipment Q&A

Five questions with Jake Schmidt of Plop Golf

Equipment Q&AI founded the company in 1990 and named it PLOP, an acronym for “Physical Laws Of Putting.” PLOP originated with the design of its innovative, perfectly balanced, center-shafted, brass blade putter.

2011 Buyer's Guide Putters

Find the flatstick that works for you

2011 Buyer's Guide PuttersKnock it stiff, then knock it in. Sounds easy, but it’s not. Find the flatstick that will make it easier for you.

2010 Buyer's Guide Putters

Choosing the right putter means first looking at what type of putting stroke you have

2010 Buyer's Guide PuttersLooking to drain a few more putts this year? We don’t blame you; and deciding to buy a new flatstick this year isn’t such a bad idea.

2009 Putters Buyer's Guide

2009 Putters Buyer's GuideWhen shopping for a new putter, consider how different models fit, feel and look. When all three match up, you know you have your next flatstick.

Showcase: Milled Putters

Showcase: Milled PuttersOne of the most beautiful pieces of golf equipment is the putter. In fact, a finely crafted milled putter is often considered a work of art among golf club aficionados.

2008 Putter Buyer's Guide

Known as the most interesting and often the most colorful club in the bag, putters are more unique than ever. Want to try a new shape? A new material? There?s something new for everyone.

2008 Putter Buyer's GuideIf you’re in the mood for a new flatstick, this is a good year to find one—’08 brings forth a slew of new shapes, sizes and materials that are visually appealing, feel great and are often adjustable for your specific needs. Speaking of which, whether it’s mallet, blade, movable weights or specific inserts that you’re looking for, there’s a putter for you. The question shouldn’t be what type of putter do you want, but what kind of putter are you?

Putters Buyer's Guide 2007

In 2007, it's easier than ever to find a putter that's designed exactly for you

Putters Buyer's Guide 2007

If you’ve ever been humbled after having your stroke analyzed at one of those high-tech putting studios, you know why the adage “feel is not real” is, well, real. After all, when examined under a microscope, all the flaws of your stroke are magnified. Your path goes left, your clubface is open, you hit everything off the toe—the data doesn’t lie and sometimes all that bad news is enough to make you want to impale your flatstick into the monitor.

Putters Buyer's Guide 2006

Putters Buyer's Guide 2006That closet in your house full of putters that never truly made the cut might soon have company, as the new flatstick pool houses a model that’s far better than the one in your hands.