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Which Putter is The Best?
That is a valid question. Now that the Carbon Putters Ringo 1/4 has been crowned the 2015 Most Wanted Blade Putter and the PING Cadence TR Ketsch Heavy has earned the 2015 Most Wanted Mallet title, it’s only natural to want to see how they stack up against each other.
Today, we will give you the overall winner.
However, we are not just going to compare the two winners. In fact, we are going to show you how all fifty-seven putters stacked up in head-to-head competition.
This time, the title is not Most Wanted Blade or Most Wanted Mallet. Today’s winner is the Most Wanted Putter in 2015!
You don’t likely have the time to test twenty-eight putters, but we do.
Our 2015 Most Wanted tests will point you toward the best putters in the marketplace. We’re not talking about the most popular putters, we’re talking about the putters that actually perform.
We have assembled 28 mallet putters from various manufacturers and put them to the #Datacratic test to determine if any of them can actually help you to make more putts.
We have putters from the large manufacturers, as well as some from small putter shops you may be hearing about for the first time today. All are on equal footing. All of them have the chance to be the 2015 Most Wanted Mallet.
Yeah, it has been a great year for the big guys, but what about the smaller companies? Hireko’s Acer XS proved to be deadly accurate. Krank’s Forumla 5 is one bad mother…(shut yo’ mouth), and then, or rather…and now there’s the Fister Model I.
The who? Model what? Seriously.
Apparently because the driver market is not already over-crowded, Three-time World Long Drive Champion, Sean Fister decided to design the Model I driver. Now I know what you’re thinking (because I was thinking it too); how does being able to hit a golf ball really far qualify one to actually design a driver?
I won a closest to the pin contest once, maybe I should start designing irons (or at least 7 irons). Don’t we have actual engineers for this sort of thing?
The last time a noted long drive guy designed a driver we ended up with The Hammer. Pow! [READ MORE]
Up until recently if you wanted to add flare to your clubs with a shaft it had to be graphite. Problem was…that shaft you had to have because it matched your clubhead or hell who knows maybe even your favorite basketball team most likely wasn’t a good fit for your game. So, while you thought you and your clubs were lookin’ cool Mr. DukeBlueDevils Fanboy all decked out in your head-to-grip Blue Devil blue, you were spending most of your days with the ticks and fire ants in the woods.
And while nobody was really complaining that steel shafts had limited options when it came to color, customization & personalization is a trend that has and will continue to grow. So, the leader in steel shaft custom innovation, KBS Shafts, decided to give golfers what they didn’t even know they wanted or needed.
Custom steel shaft color options.
How many? Well about 1,620 of them.
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