As usual, when Cause is discovered Cure becomes obvious.
Launch Problem Solved!
Backspin diminishes your intended touch and that results in your putt falling short. Of course you can overcome this design defect by increasing the strength of your putting stroke, less on shorter putts and more on longer putts. But why add that extra complexity to what is already a big challenge? So if your old putter causes the ball to be launched with backspin, it hinders your golf putting performance, and needs to be replaced with a better putter.
Bounce lessens the probably of sinking the putt. Why, because on the green rolling the ball preserves intended line better than bouncing it. So if your old putter causes you to bounce the ball on the green, it hinders your golf putting performance, and needs to be replaces with a better putter.
Dwell is the tendency of an impacting surface to "hold" the impacted object. When a golf putter has a soft or grooved or knobby impact surface, the ball "dwells" for a moment before being launched and this causes loss of touch and launch skid, neither of which is good for precision putting. So if your old putter launches with detrimental dwell, it hinders your golf putting performance and needs to be replaced with a better putter.
Sidespin causes the ball to veer off your intended line and that obviously is bad for precision putting. When a golf putter has an impacting surface which embodies groves with a vertical component, these groves cause detrimental sidespin, and if such groves vary in size or shape or contour, the veering varies, and results in even greater line uncertainty. .
Uncertainty -- this brings us to the most insidious putting design defect -- launch uncertainty. Many putter makers have embodied soft impact pads so as to make impact feel better (actually what they are doing is dampening impact vibration which results from polar asymmetry, but they don't tell you that). Here is what is so insidious about that: When the ball is impacted by the pad, the pad dampens launch impact and that can easily be overcome by increasing stroke power. But if the ball is impacted at the margin of the pad which it often is, then that hard surface launches the ball with greater impact. So from one putt to another the golfer is uncertain about impact strength, and obviously that is not good for precision putting. So if your old putter embodies a soft impact pad with hard margins, it hinders your golf putting performance and needs to be replaced with a better putter.
The Best Golf Putter Putting embodies zero loft; this so as to cure detrimental ball launch bounce and backspin launch. Other putters typically have as much as four or even more degrees of loft which of course causes backspin and bouncy loft and more missed putts. And that is exactly what we did with our perfected Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter.
The Best Golf Putter Putting embodies a hard smooth fully continuous impact surface, this so as to eliminate launch dwell, launch uncertainty, and all detrimental back- and side-spin. And that is exactly what we did with our perfected Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter.
Your golf putter should send the ball down your intended line with your intended touch, doing so without detrimental Bounce, Dwell, Sidespin, or Uncertainty. If it fails to do this, then it should be tossed into the trash heap of defective design, and you should bag a better putter.
Best Golf Putter solves Golf Putting Launch Problem