Rated 4.9 out of 5áby 17
Rated 4 out of 5áby Golf Nut Great Putter
I have tried many different types of putters (Belly, Centre-Mounted, and Heel-Mounted) and this model with the Choke Down Grip and the Balance Weight appears to be the one which I need. I am still getting use to the putter but have noticed that I am getting ball closer to the hole (both directionally and distance) which is an improvement over my previous putter (Centre-Mounted) mallet style putter. I would recommend trying this putter, you will notice improvements to your putting.
April 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby StuPadasso Awesome putter
This thing is almost impossible to miss hit, no matter where you hit it on the face. White leading edge and single black alignment line make aiming easy. Great weight and feel to it. The counter balance grip feels great and is thicker than most putters. Love everything about this putter. It's shaved about 1 putt per hole off my score.
March 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby kilbo Daddy Long Legs Putter
I love the feel and style. The ball rolls off the putter smooth. I do well or better on the slick and faster greens! :)
February 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby DEF2846 Best putter I have ever used!
I have tried several different putters, both blade and mallet, with varying success. Prior to purchasing the TM Daddy Long Legs putter, I was using a Ping blade putter with oversized Winn grip. After playing one round with the TaylorMade, I felt comfortable with it. A few days later I played 18 holes, and had 14 putts on the front 9, with four one putts in a row(!) with the other 5 holes being 2 putts. On the back nine, I had 16 putts, with 2 one putt holes. This was on a long links style course in 50 degree weather, with the greens quick, but the ball playing slow on tee and fairway shots due to the cool temperature. I posted one of my best scores of the year. This putter is very well balanced, and it is very easy to square the face at impact. When I tried it out at Dick's I could immediately feel the difference.
November 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Randy54 Excellent feel and stability
I really enjoy the feel and swing of this putter. Easy to maintain intended line with a solid feel. I have used traditional blade putters previously, but this putter is awesome. A little pricey but the performance is worth the extra money for me.
September 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby troublemaker best putter yet
I really like this putter for its weight distribution and solid feel and understand why people are going to an oversized grip which even with a small hand is more comfortable and feels more stable. Yes pricey but long term I feel it will be well worth the investment
September 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Kizzy Game changing putter
Say goodbye to those dreaded three putts. The Daddy Long Legs putter has changed my game and allowed me to shave off several strokes from my score. I had always struggled with accuracy and consistency with my old blade putter, so I decided to switch to a mallet style. As soon as I picked this up in the store, it just felt right. It is super easy to align putts and the counterbalance technology promotes a smooth and straight stroke. I have used it on the course for over a month now and have been putting with confidence. I even drained a dead straight 60 foot putt that had my golfing partners' jaws dropping on the green. Although a little pricey, it is well worth it. TaylorMade got this one right!
August 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Jack Amazing Putter
I bought this putter about a month ago and I enjoy it greatly. I have always used a blade putter until I picked this up. This putter has given me confidence and made my golf game better.
August 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby putz great feel
Great balance, amazing feel. making a lot more puts 15 feet and in.
August 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby baldeagle This one beats the yips!
At my age, 67, putting can be a problem, even for a 7 handicap. I have experimented with this in the belly and with the Kuchar and Wiebe methods. I like the Wiebe method best so far by using my left wrist as the anchor, (being right handed) and using the right hand with index finger down the the shaft. I feel as if I am sweeping the ball to the hole as if I were using a broom moving along a railroad track. The two hands are therefore separated to form a pendulum motion.
August 7, 2013