WHAT IT DOES: Putter wizard David Edel has been making the case that the problems some of us encounter in putting aren’t as much our strokes as how typical putter designs get in the way of those strokes. By removing weight from the toe, he argues, these designs create less resistance to how we control the face angle in the stroke. As Edel says, “Whether you’re a straight-back, straight-through putter or an arc putter, the face on this putter mimics the path.” The three neck options are intended to match visual preferences and stroke types to further simplify your putting.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Edel offers a holistic masterclass in rethinking putters, but his approach does have its limits. For instance, his fitting matrix taps out at about 80,000 possibilities. Read more>>
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Which One's For Me?
|Models||Lofts||Head Weights||Lengths||Custom Lengths Available?||Dexterity||Neck||Price|
|1.0||340-360 (in 5 gram increments)||33" - 36" (half inch increments)||No||Right Hand||Forward Set, Non Offset, Back Set||$450|
|2.0||340-360 (in 5 gram increments)||33" - 36" (half inch increments)||No||Right Hand||Forward Set, Non Offset, Back Set||$450|
|1.5||340-360 (in 5 gram increments)||33"-36" (half inch increments)||No||Right Hand||Plumbers Neck||$450|
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