Golf Putter FITTING Comparison


QED Putter wins BEST FITTING because it is the only golf putter that custom fits your hand size, your putting style, your physical stature, and is ambidextrous so it works for you no matter your handedness.


If your golf putter does not fit you perfectly, you will miss far more putts than you make. Why? Golf is a long game and struggling with a miss-fitted putter will eventually wear you down and cause the dreaded putting yips. There are four fitting factors: Grip Size, Shaft Length, Head Lie, and Handedness. Other golf putters lack perfect fitting, but one golf putter will be custom made to fit you perfectly -- QED.


QED Golf Putter is Fitted for Hand Size
Other golf putter makers including Ping and all their blade clones, and Odyssey and all their mallet copy-cats, do not fit for hand size. Of course golfer hand size varies, so this is a major product deficiency. Instead of doing the right thing and correcting this product deficiency, they distract you from this deficiency with sales gimmicks like oddly shaped grips and marketing glitz like snazzy multi-colored grips. You do not need nor should you want any such gimmicks and glitz -- what you should want is a golf putter grip that is perfectly fitted to your hand size. The QED Golf Putter is offered in three grip sizes: Small which is suitable for most youth, ladies, and men with smaller hands; Medium which is suitable for most men; and Large which is suitable for big men with big hands. 


Quantum Symmetric Golf Putters | FITTING


New technology QED Symmetric Golf Putter is custom made to fit you perfectly, Old technology Ping style blades and Odyssey style mallets not so much. 


Suggestion

While you are at the hardware store using a dowel rod to determine grip size, now would be a good time to also consider Shaft Length and Head Lie. Here is how. Use the most comfortable diameter dowel rod as a pretend putter.  Stroke it to and fro and also vary your grasp sometimes higher and sometimes lower; also vary your stance, sometimes farther away and sometimes closer to your imaginary ball placement. Continue until you find the grasp and stance that gives you the most smooth and sure stroke. After that, make a light pencil mark on the dowel rod where the heel of your upper hand grasps the dowel rod, and then add an inch to that length to get the putter length you should specify when ordering, Also make a note as to how far your toes are from the strock arc of your pretend putter - if more than 8 inches then specify Flat Head Lie, if Less than 8 inches, specify Upright Lie farther, then specify Flat Lie, and about 6 inches more or less, then specify Normal Head Lie.

No worries -- I am made to fit!

Suggestion

Go to the dowel rod department of your local hardware store. Pull out a 36” long dowel rod of each of the following diameters: 7/8", 8/8", and 9/8", Then in turn hold each as you would your putter. One will feel better than the other two - that is the Grip Size you should specify when ordering your new putter.  


QED Golf Putter is Fitted for Style/Stature
Other golf putter makers including Ping and all their blade clones, and Odyssey and all their mallet copy-cats, do not fit for putting style and physical stature. At most they offer only a few shaft lengths and no head lie angle options. This is a major product deficiency. Instead of doing the right thing and correcting this product deficiency, they sometimes offer to bend the the putter shaft and make you settle for one of their standard shaft lengths. Obviously they are short shifting your putting precision in favor of simplifying their stocking, You do not need to simplify their stocking problems; what you need is a perfect fit. The QED Golf Putter is offered in three head lie angles: Flat, Normal, and Upright; and it is also offered in shaft lengths ranging from upwards from the USGA/R&A minimum up whatever you specify.

  

QED Golf Putter is Ambidextrous
Other golf putter makers including Ping and all their blade clones, and Odyssey and all their mallet copy-cats, often give short shift to lefties. At most they offer only a very few models to left-handed golfers. This is a major product deficiency -- lefties need golf clubs just as much as righties. Instead of doing the right thing and correcting this product deficiency, they simply ignore the need of lefties entirely. Obviously they are short shifting lefties in favor of simplifying their stocking, If you are a lefty, you could not care less about their stocking simplification, what you need is a putter that works well for you. The QED Golf Putter is "ambidextrous" which means that it works equally well for right/left-handed golfers whether they stroke either fore/back-handed..