GOLF PUTTERS PUTTING | Blade? Mallet? Symmetric?
Everyone knows that tires on vehicles are treaded instead of being smooth, this to help keep them from drifting out of their lane. So if we wanted a golf putter not to drift out of its intended line, would't it seem logical to apply that reasoning and tread the putter's sole? We thought so, and scientific experimentation proved it true, so another golf putter putting problem was solved.
Glide is one of the four aspects of putting (stroke, impact and launch are the others) and it is our opinion that it is the most important for overall putting performance, Good glide requires good stroke momentum which is a function of mass; this so as to mitigate the detrimental effects of the four glide problems: Bite, Drag, LungeDrift. But we should not be satisfied with mitigating problems when they can be eliminated, and that is exactly what our patented Glider does. Here we will discuss GLIDE DRIFT.
Glide Drift hinders putting performance because it alters the way the putter impacts the ball and that in turn causes poor launch. Like the tread of vehicle tires keeps the vehicle from drifting out of its lane, a treaded sole could keep a putter aligned with a golfer's intended putting line. The Quantum Glider grooves make it impossible for the putter to depart your intended line during glide, and that is a huge benefit for precision putting. All other putters on the market today, have smooth soles which do nothing to prevent glide drift, only one putter does -- the Quantum Golf Putter.