Golf Clubs - Putter Reviews

  • Cobra King Supersport-35 3D printed putter Review

    RRP: £349

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    The Cobra King Supersport-35 is the first fully 3D printed putter to hit the market. Cobra say 3D printing holds the keys to revolutionising golf equipment as we know it...this is how.         3D printing as a technology has...

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  • PXG One and Done Putter Review

    RRP: £436

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    The PXG One & Done Putter is a 100 per cent milled, high MOI, mallet-style putter with visually prominent alignment features designed to dramatically increase confidence on the green.  The One & Done is the second release in the PXG's...

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  • PXG Blackjack Putter Review

    RRP: £436

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    The PXG Blackjack Putter has had every aspect optimised to create what the brand are calling their “best ever”. The 100 per cent milled mallet-style Blackjack is PXG’s first Battle Ready Collection release and uses a new bi-material construction,...

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  • Axis1 Justin Rose Putter Review

    RRP: £449

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    The Axis1 Justin Rose is the only putter on the market to have the centre of gravity positioned in the middle of the face. A patented counterweighted heel means the head is perfectly balanced and twist-free, unlike other putters. Inventors, engineers...

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  • TaylorMade Spider FCG Putter Review

    RRP: £299

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    The TaylorMade Spider FCG targets converting blade putter users to mallets, this is how. “Looks like a mallet, feels like a blade, forgives like a Spider,” is the marketing line as TaylorMade add the FCG putter to the Spider...

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  • Evnroll ER2B putter Review

    RRP: £329

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    We reviewed the original ER2 Mid-Blade a few years ago and we’re still loving the design. For 2020 there’s a new blacked-out finish, black shaft and Evnroll’s Gravity grip. We love the size and profile of the grip, which tucks really nicely in to the...

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  • Ping Sigma 2 Anser Review

    RRP: £200

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    Ping's new Sigma 2 Putter all feature adjustable-length shafts and a dual-durometer face. Ping have made adjustable length putters for a few years, but it wasn’t until they told us how their tour players use flat sticks from 32 to 36 inches in...

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  • TaylorMade TP Patina Collection Del Monte Review

    RRP: £239

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    TaylorMade's TP Patina Putter Collection, features seven distinct models each designed to combine the looks of the past with the tech of today. All seven models – three blades and four mallets – in the TP Patina Collection feature a new Pure Roll...

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  • Bettinardi BB8 Wide Review

    RRP: £299

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    Bettinardi are at the top of the tree when it comes to timeless classic milled blades and mallets. Putters don’t come any simpler than the BB8 Wide; our pro picked up on it immediately and loved how the traditional single white alignment stripe...

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  • Odyssey Stroke Lab Black putters Review

    RRP: £239

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    The first Stroke Lab Black Putters, Ten and Bird of Prey, both super-high MOI mallets, were introduced in the fall of 2019. But new models unveiled in January include two proven blades, ONE and Double Wide; two proven mallets, SEVEN and Rossie; and a...

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  • Odyssey Triple Track Putter Review

    RRP: £269

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    The three 'Vernier Hyper Acuity' alignment lines used on Callaway's balls make their way on to Odyssey's five new Triple Track Putters... ◆ RRP: £239-£269 ◆ Triple Track Head Shapes: Five: 2-Ball / 2-Ball Blade / Marxman / Ten (double bend or...

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  • TaylorMade Truss Putter Review

    RRP: £269

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    The TaylorMade Truss is like the holy grail of putters, it combines traditional blade putter looks with extra stability. And that's a magic trick that's never quite been pulled off before. World #5 Dustin Johnson won with a TaylorMade Truss putter in...

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  • TaylorMade Spider S Review

    RRP: £299

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    MOI is a battleground TaylorMade will continue to fight on in 2020 and a new Spider S (Stability) will keep them at the forefront of the forgiveness conversation. Click here to see how the TaylorMade Spider S compares to 2020's other best...

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  • Ping Heppler Putters Review

    RRP: £250

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    Designing putters which sell in big numbers is a hit and miss business. When designers get it right, tons of tour pros use them, some win with them and consumers buy them by the gazillion. Ping, at least originally, built its brand on Anser putter...

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  • Cleveland Huntington Beach Soft putter Review

    RRP: £109

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    New Cleveland Huntington Beach SOFT (Speed Optimized Face Technology) putters bring together artistry and science in six model family. The short game specialists at Cleveland say the new SOFT family offer excellent distance control, soft feel and...

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  • Cleveland Frontline putters Review

    RRP: £149

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    Cleveland reckon their new Frontline putters, come at putter design from a completely new angle. Cleveland maybe best known for making premium tour and cavity back wedges, but their crack team of short game specialists have come up with a brand new...

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  • Wilson Staff Infinite Bucktown Review

    RRP: £100

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    Over the years we've always highlighted excellent mid-price equipment options here at TG. Sadly, those options are disappearing fast – but the Bucktown is one of them. If £100 is what you want to spend on a new putter in 2019, you must look at...

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  • Bettinardi Studio Stuck #38 Review

    RRP: £369

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    If you've ever wondered why golfers are willing to pay a premium for milled putters, have a look at the #38. It's impossible to create such clean, crisp lines as these without milling, and those details are what good players pick up on. The Studio...

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  • Ping Sigma Valor 2 Review

    RRP: £200

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Like all of the Sigma 2s the Valor comes with a new two-piece insert, which behaves like a multilayer golf ball, giving a softer feel for must makes and a rmer feel for longer putts. There's no getting away from Valor's big, boxy head, but it's...

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  • Odyssey Stroke Lab Marxman Review

    RRP: £239

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    A great putter for golfers who find long alignment lines help them see putts or the stroke's path more clearly. With weight being focused around the head's perimeter, we reckon the Marxman is great for forgiveness and stability, too. All the Stroke...

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