The head is the business end of the golf putter and it carries out your line and touch intentions as transmitted to it by you through your grip and the shaft. Assuming that shaft and grip design defects have been fixed, now it is time to address old technology head problems, including...
AMBIDEXTERITY + SYMMETRY & COMPACTNESS + ALIGNMENT + GLIDER + COLOR + FITTING
The new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter embodies a proprietary glider which provides good glide over the green by eliminating dreaded bite, drag, lunge (more on this HERE), Old technology blade and mallet putters do nothing to eliminate this, and in fact actually embody features that cause it; not so with the new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter, which embodies the patented glider which fixes all these problems.
Golfers today have a choice of hundreds (maybe even thousands) of golf putters on the market today, but it really boils down to Ping Anser Style Blades, or Odyssey Style Mallets, or now the new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter. When comparing golf putter HEAD, there are SEVEN factors to evaluate. The new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter scores perfect seven of seven, while typical blades and mallets score a miserable zero of seven. Of course, head evaluation is only one part of overall golf putter evaluation, but without a good head nothing else matters much.
The new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter embodies unique intuitive alignment which makes sure that the putter head is aligned perpendicular with your intended line at setup; and since it is intuitive it works every time automatically and without any extra effort (more on this HERE). This is another way the new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter is superior to old technology blade and mallet golf putters.
The new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter elegant black with silver trim for good reason. Black does not reflect sunlight and it contrasts well with the color of the turf, yet it is not a disturbing contrast, like red or white would be. And the silver alignment aid shows well against black. All in all it is the best color combination -- it looks better, works better and with perfect symmetry it works better too.
A small percentage of golfers are left-handed and they are pretty much ignored by the golf putter makers; Not so with Quantum because this new technology golf putter is ambidextrous; in other words it can work either left- or right-handed, and be stroked either back- or fore-handed. This flexibility is not only good for lefties, but good for everyone whenever the ball possession calls for a back-handed stroke. A golf putter that works all the time for everyone is better than a golf putter that works some of the time for some and none of the time for others.
Most old technology blade and mallet golf putters are made with a head lie angle of about 70 degrees which quite flat and encourages a "barn-door" stroke. The USGA rules prohibit golf putters from having head lie of more than 80 degrees upright, however the more upright a putter head lie is, the more "pendulum-like" the putting stroke will be, The new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter has a glider which curves slightly to accommodate stroking ranging from 70 degrees flat up to 80 degrees upright so it is useful in any event. Not so with old technology golf putters which have lie angles that are shown to almost always be too flat.
Prior to the debut of the Ping Anser over fifty years ago, Physicists and Engineers were in charge of golf putter design; but since then Marketing Advertising Departments (MAD) began to influence golf putter design more and more, Then about twenty years ago, with the debut of the Odyssey 2-Ball, design when totally MAD with the result being that now golf putters look more like the "Patrons of the Star Wars Tavern" than serious tools for accomplishing the task of sinking putts on the golf green, With MAD design defects cause numerous putting performance problems that need fixing.
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Polar Symmetry is a requirement for good golf putter design because it eliminates stroke wobble, impact twist, unreliable launch, and annoying impact vibration -- plus it just makes the putter feel good. A straight shaft that vectors precisely into the center of gravity of the putter head is a requirement (click HERE for more on this). Furthermore, a golf putter head that is compact and dense (heavy for its size and shape) because that eliminates stroke waver, glide bite/drag/lunge, impact momentum transfer, and reliable launch. Old technology blades suffer asymmetry and are far from compact, but the new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter suffers non of this and that makes it superior.