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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 1:09 am  Post subject:  "When Purchasing A Putter For Golf Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top


"When Purchasing A Putter For Golf

Putters come with a variety of different head designs. The one you choose will depend Taylormade Rocketballz RBZ Driver on
your experience and putting style. Blade putters are the most traditional type; the head is relatively small and produces a
soft hit when struck, which affords itself well to hard and fast greens that require better control. These are the most
common used putters and are suitable for both beginners and experienced players alike, especially those with a straight
putting stroke.

Weighted putters are slightly different, as the face is often larger than blade putters. The larger face
makes striking the ball a lot easier, but also allows the putter to balance at its periphery, and not on the face, like the
blade putter. This TaylorMade RocketBallZ RBZ Irons means that for those who strike the ball in to out when putting, this club will help
correct the stroke. This way, weighted putters are suitable for both beginners and experienced golfers.

Finally there are
mallet putters to consider. The centre of gravity on the mallet putter is lower pink ping g20 driver and deeper, further away from the face.
This means when you strike the ball and follow through, there won’t be as much backspin, and this allows for a more
accurate putt. This club will also help make your putts more consistent, as the larger face and lower centre of gravity
means the club’s face will be struck more regularly. Great for players looking for better consistency in their putting
strokes."""



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