I have determined with the help of the seven putters I have that I putt better with my sandwedge....this is so frustrating...so my conclusion is to build a putter that has the balance and weight of my sandwedge...or should I bend a putter to 62 degree's and putt with it??? My SW is two degree's flat instead of standard 64 degree's...
Scotty Cameron studio design 2.5...I always go back to this putter when all else fails
Arnold Palmer "the original"
The SeeMore FGP
Ray Cook M1-X
All of the putters are 34"...I tried putters from 28" to 36" and settled on 34" as best length for me...I also tried broomstick when you could anchor which led to better short putting, not good on long putts...belly putters, no good...counter balanced a couple of my putters, fatso, flatso, 1.0, 2.0 3.0 super stroke, winn putter grips...I have a good golf game except for putting...I wont even name the books I have read on putting in my 40 plus years of playing golf...I am better off missing the green and chipping for birdie...So, who better to ask than you guy's???
Help me out, please.....