Counterbalanced putters and adjustable putters have a common attribute: changing the weight of your putter for a better fit. Counterbalanced putters add length and/or mass at the grip to shift the club's center of gravity toward your hands for a smoother stroke. And though we've seen adjustable weights in drivers for years, a putter with changeable weights can be tuned to better match your stroke or even the speed of the greens. One other benefit of those heavier designs: More mass means off-center hits will roll more like center strikes.
1. RIFE SWITCHBACK
The cool part about this putter? You can adjust the head weight to your liking (from 350 to 380 grams) using interchangeable heel and toe weights.