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Sink Your Shot with the Right Golf Putter

Gain accuracy and control on the greens like never before the right golf putter is the difference-maker your game needs.

Choose a club engineered to deliver consistent sound and feel, so you sink more putts. Shop alignment, blade or mallet putters for the exact feel and alignment you're looking for. Select from right and left-handed clubs, or browse standard and belly putters to find the right level of stability you need on each shot.

Expect quality from some of the top brands in golf, like PING®, Odyssey®, TaylorMade®, and many more.

Buying Tips

Choose a sleek, lean putter that promotes touch and feel on the greens or others designed for strength, with a high moment-of-inertia head

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Ensure that your club is the proper length. A club that is too short or too long throws off your view of the putting line. If you grip a standard, but find you're choking down the shaft, you will need a shorter shaft. Golfers who grip beyond the end of the shaft need a longer putter.

Consider the different head designs when making your purchase. Golfers with a 'square putting' style benefit from the larger head of a mallet, while those with an 'arc putting' style benefit from a blade.

  • Blades are narrow and flat, and provide optimal feel for the ball. These are popular among golfers with a low handicap
  • Mallets are crafted with a large, rounded head with weight balanced throughout for a consistent putting stroke
  • Inserts are designed with a soft composite insert that delivers better feel and smoother roll. Inserts have a more clearly defined sweet spot as compared to a traditional steel head

Expert Advice

Think about whether you are looking for a club with a center or off-set shaft. Center shafted putters are best for players with a flat stroke, and more experienced golfers prefer this design for its narrow sight line. An offset putter is ideal for casual golfers, providing more topspin for additional roll and a wider sight line for alignment.

Find the right one for your bag and shop all golf clubs from DICK'S Sporting Goods.