Top 10 Best Putters for 2019
Top 10 Best Putters for 2019
Ping Vault 2.0 Putter
The Ping Vault 2.0 Putter is one of the best putters available today. Over all the past 60 years , Ping has consistently been at the forefront of putter design and technology. That certainly remains the case with the new Ping Vault 2.0 line of putters. Building on the success of the original Vault Series of putters, the Vault 2.0 features several design improvements that make the latest model more versatile while still maintaining all the features that made the original Vault series so successful. If you’re a player looking for forgiveness and consistency from a solid milled-face putter, then you can’t go wrong with the Ping Vault 2.0 lineup.
Odyssey Toulon Putter
The Odyssey Toulon Putter is one of the coolest and most popular putters available. In 2018, the Odyssey Toulon line of putters expanded to nine distinct head designs with multiple variations of each model. Golf Digest gave both the blade and mallet head designs a Gold Rating in their 2018 Hot List. Utilizing the very best materials, technology and design, Toulon putters have been touted as the best on the market with comparisons made to the likes of Scotty Cameron. If you’re a player of any ability looking for a customizable putter with cutting-edge technology and design, you won’t find anything better than a putter from the Odyssey Toulon line.
Seemore Nashville Putter
The Seemore Nashville Putter has been one of the most popular putters used on the tour, ever since since Zach Johnson won the 2015 British Open Championship. Seemore Putters have always been on the cutting edge of technology, design and performance. Their new Nashville Studio line incorporates tried and true alignment technology with the finest materials and milling techniques to produce a putter that is sure to make players of all levels more consistent on the green. Having received a Silver Rating on the 2018 Golf Digest Hot List, the Nashville Studio line features improved design features that make it one of the most reliable putters available. If you’re a player that struggles with alignment or simply loves the feel and feedback of a milled face, there is a Seemore Nashville Studio putter for you.
Envroll ER7 Putter
The Envroll ER7 Putter is unquestionably one of the most technologically advanced putters around. Featuring Sweet Face Technology, the head design is unlike anything else on the market and is proven to perform consistently on both solid putts and mishits. Introduced in 2017, the Envroll ER7 received a Silver Rating on the Golf Digest Hot List. The technology in the Envroll ER7 makes it one of the most forgiving putters on the market allowing players to make more putts and shoot lower scores. If you are a player looking for increased forgiveness and a more consistent roll off the face, the Envroll ER7 should be in your bag.
Scotty Cameron Select Newport Putter
The Scotty Cameron Select Newport Putter has been one of the most popular putters of the year. Scotty Cameron has unquestionably been the most revered name in putter design for decades. His reputation for producing the most carefully crafted putters in the world continues with the 2018 line of Scotty Cameron Select Newport putters. Having raced drag cars in his youth, Cameron imparted much of what he learned to the design of his newest line of putters that are more aerodynamic and evenly balanced than previous models. It comes as little surprise that each of the putters in the 2018 line received a Gold Rating on the 2018 Golf Digest Hot List. If you’re a player looking the very best in craftsmanship, design, and feel, then there is nothing that compares to the 2018 Scotty Cameron Select Newport lineup.
Bettinardi BB1 Putter
The Bettinardi BB1 Putter is unsurpassed in both design and materials. Super-Fly face milling affords players tremendous feel and feedback and the muted sound does not sound clicky or hard at all. Having received the Gold Rating on the 2018 Golf Digest Hot List, the BB1 is one of the most carefully crafted putters on the market today. Taking on a classic Anser-style look, the BB1 definitely falls in the high-end category of putters. If you’re an average to advanced player looking for optimal feel and feedback, the Bettinardi BB1 is the putter for you.
Ping Sigma G Putter
The Ping Sigma G Putter is one of the best and and most popular putters on the market. Boasting 18 different models in 2018, the new Ping Sigma G line of putters offers golfers tremendous variety in choosing a putter that is best for them. Having received the Gold Rating for both mallet and blade putters on the 2018 Golf Digest Hot List, it is little wonder that the Sigma G line of putters are in such high demand. Utilizing modern technology and materials, the Sigma G family of putters features a mix of traditional and modern head designs. If you’re a player looking for a high-performing insert that provides ultimate feel and forgiveness, the Ping Sigma G line of putters is sure to satisfy your needs.
TaylorMade Spider Putter
The TaylorMade Spider Putter is one of the most interesting and popular putters used on the Tourt today. Inspired by the likes of Jason Day and Dustin Johnson, Spider putters were coveted overnight by the best players in the world and weekend warriors alike. It comes as little surprise that the Spider received a Gold Rating on the 2018 Golf Digest Hot List. If you’re a player of any ability that is looking for more consistency on the greens from one of the most forgiving putters around, the Taylormade Spider is an investment you need to make.
Odyssey Toe Up Putter
The Odyssey Toe Up Putter is by far one of the most versatile putters available today. When Odyssey first introduced the Toe Up putter in 2016, no one knew anything about it until it showed up unannounced in the Odyssey merchandise booth at the PGA Merchandise Show. Meant to be a sidebar release with the White Hot Rx, the Toe Up putter was anything but. Designed with an emphasis on making the head easier to control throughout the stroke, the Top Up putter has received rave reviews. Available in two of Odyssey’s classic blade head designs (#1 and #9), the Toe Up putter is a great option for any player looking to reduce torque and strike putts more consistently.
Rife Switchback Putter
The Rife Switchback Putter is by far one of the most popular putters of 2018 and it is easy to see why. When Rife Golf was founded in 2004, the founders set out with a simple mission to create putters that helped golfers of all levels putt better and become more consistent. That mission has continued through to today with the latest release of the Rife Switchback line of putters. With patented Roll Groove Technology, the 2018 Switchback series of putters incorporate all the technology that has made Rife putters great with a number of innovative improvements. If you’re a golfer of any level looking for more consistency on the greens, then the Rife Switchback is right for you.
What Putter Should You Buy?
Choosing a putter can be difficult; however, an educated decision can leave lasting impacts on your game. Finding out when you use your putter and what you want from the club makes all the difference in which model is best for you. A properly fit putter can make your bad shots obsolete and your good shots great.
Ping Vault, Odyssey Toulon, Taylormade Spider, and the Scotty Cameron Select Newport provide the ultimate marriage of technology and beauty for golfers looking for the best in the world. While the Rife Switchback and the Odyssey Toe Up putters provide golfers with a top of the line product at reduced prices to make affording your next putter easy.
With any club buying it is best to test each model to see what fits your swing style and preferences. Testing outside or indoors can illuminate your new putters true value. Better putters don’t just look nice in the bag, they provide confidence that helps you shoot your lowest rounds ever. Happy testing, and thanks for sharing in this game we all love!