Edel might not be the first brand you think of when it comes to top-end putters. But the reason isn’t lack of performance.
In 202o, the revamped EAS 2.0 was one of the highest ranked putters in Most Wanted testing. Moreover, the EAS line differentiated itself primarily on putts of 10 feet or less.
Founder David Edel uses a proprietary fitting system that accounts for the influence of shapes and lines on perceived alignment. For example, did you know that lines in the cavity of a putter tend to shift aim to the left?
Because every golfer is different, Edel believes the ideal combination of head shape, lines, length, weight and grip size is unique to every golfer.
With that said, we’d like to get some feedback from MyGolfSpy readers.
We’re looking for four MyGolfSpy readers to test, review and keep a custom-fitted Edel EAS putter.
Head to the Edel EAS Putter testing thread in the forum to apply.
This testing opportunity is open only to right-handed golfers who live in the U.S.A.
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