Gear & EquipmentSeptember 5, 2014

Bobby Grace takes a new look at the ambidextrous putter

Designing a putter that works with a right- or left-handed stroke isn't unheard of; the Bulls Eye has been around since the late 1940s.

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But Bobby Grace's new entry into the ambidextrous category -- the Switch Hitter -- is more ambitious because it uses textured, radial face inserts on both sides of the milled stainless-steel clubhead. The blade putter also has a scooped-out top that separates the two faces and features a bent shaft.

The Switch Hitter comes in three lengths (33, 34 and 35 inches) and is available for $395 at bobbygraceputters.com.

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