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Symmetry is Simple to Test -- If your golf putter does not twist when tapped and it it does not wobble when spun, then it is symmetrical; if not it isn't. If it isn't then it is asymmetrical and should be tossed in the trash heap of defective design, and replaced with a new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter.
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Symmetry is the Difference between GOOD and BAD golf putters -- Polar Symmetry is a principle of physics that applies to all impacting tools, and golf putters are impacting tools. Physics does not come easy for most, but fortunately this principle of physics can easily be understood by analogy and easily tested for without special equipment.
Symmetry is easily Understood by Analogy -- Can you imagine dribbling a football like you do a basketball? If not, then you already understand symmetry by analogy. But let's not stop there. Would you play tennis with a miss-vectored shaft? Would you play baseball with an offset bat? Would you shoot pool with a bent cue? Of course you wouldn't because you intuitively understand symmetry, and golf putter symmetry is important..
Hold your putter shaft between the palms of your hands as shown, and then move your palms back and forth to rotate the shaft to and fro (as you would do when testing a pool cue for playing suitability). If there is any wobble, then your putter lacks the required polar symmetry for sweet impact, and it is not worthy to be in your golf bag.
Many golfers do not realize the importance of using a good golf putter - in fact most golfers are currently using golf putters that are design defective and detrimental to their putting performance. The game of golf is typically played on a course of 18 holes, each hole being either a “Par 3”, “Par 4”, or “Par 5 hole”. Par is the expectation of strokes needed to hole out the golf ball. Par-3 holes typically require the usage of a Driver once, and the Putter twice. Par-4 holes typically require usage of a Driver once, an Iron once, and a Putter twice. Par-5 holes typically require usage of a Driver once, an Iron twice, and a Putter twice. A golfer is limited by the rules of the game to no more than 14 golf clubs in his bag, including the Putter. So, when playing a typical 72-Par 18-Hole Golf Course, a par-golfer will typically use his putter about 36 times and all the rest of the clubs put together a total of about 36 times. Clearly, this makes the golf putter the most used and therefore the most important club in a golfer’s bag. Obviously, the most important tool should be the best tool available and definitely not a tool that is detrimental to putting performance..
Every golfer knows that the Golf Putter is a tool that is intended for specialized use on the Golf Green, so let's start here on common ground. Putters are much different than other golf clubs which are intended for use elsewhere on the golf course, different than Drivers (Woods) which are intended for use on the tee box, and different than Field Clubs (Irons) which are intended for use out on the fairway. The USGA (United States Golf Association) and the R&A (Royal and Ancient) Rules of Golf specify design requirements for the form/function/usage of golf clubs including putters; and those requirements are HERE.