Ping Golf Putters 
Founder Solheim spearheaded the blade putter design with their Anser, and it has become the most copied putter in golf. Ping also makes mallets, and they maintain a collection of gold plated putters, one for each major tournament won with a Ping Putter -- it contains thousands of Ping Putters most of which are Anser style blades. Nevertheless, all Ping Putters suffer the most serious hinderance to precision putting -- Bad Stroke Wobble and Bad Impact Twist, because each lacks polar symmetry. Many also embody impact insert/grooving which causes Bad Launch Dwell; a lofted impact surface which causes Bad Ball Bounce & Backspin; a sharp and excessive leading edges which cause Bad Glide Bite; and Bad Fitting of grip and head, further hindering good putting performance. So in objective evaluation, PutterGeek gives Ping Golf Putters six thumbs down.

Pyramid Golf Putters

Claimed by their maker to be, "A breakthrough Money Maker guaranteed to make 7-9 more putts per round" with its unique impact groove embodiment. Objective fact is that they offer one blade and one mallet; their blade is similar to the Pinemeadow Clone of the Anser which is available at Walmart for about $25, and their mallet is similar to the Pinemeadow clone of the Versa-Line which is available at Walmart for about $45. Like the asymmetric Ping Anser and Odyssey V-Line, these putters suffer Bad Stroke Wobble and Bad Impact Twist. What is unique about this putter is the grooved impact surface which they claim will impart corrective spin onto the ball when it is impacted off the sweet-spot. However since these putters are asymmetric, they have no sweet sweet spot in the first place; so we find no merit in this claim lacks merit. PutterGeek gives Pyramid Golf Putters thumbs down.    

Odyssey Golf Putters 
Odyssey spearheaded the mallet putter craze and now claims to be the "Number One Putter in every tour." But the fact that they offer over 30 putters in their product line, should shows us that they are still looking for the one best golf putter design. Each of their putter offerings suffers the most serious hinderance to precision putting -- Bad Stroke Wobble and Bad Impact Twist, because each lacks polar symmetry. These putters also embody impact insert/grooving which causes Bad Launch Dwell; a lofted impact surface which causes Bad Ball Bounce & Backspin; a sharp and excessive leading edges which cause Bad Glide Bite; and Bad Fitting of grip and head, further hindering good putting performance. So in objective evaluation, PutterGeek gives Odyssey Golf Putters six thumbs down.

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Fisher Golf Putters 

Claimed by their maker to be, "The ultimate in direction and distance control; guaranteed you will shoot lower scores; and gives you an advantage on every green."  Is that a fact?  No it is marketing BS. Fact is they offer nine blades and two mallets; their blades are similar to the original Ping Anser; and their mallets are similar to the original Ping Craz-E. All lack polar symmetry, so all suffer Bad Stroke Wobble and Bad Impact Twist, the most serious hinderances to precision putting. These putters also embody a soft impact insert which causes Bad Launch Dwell; a lofted impact surface which causes Bad Launch Bounce & Backspin; sharp and excessive leading edges which cause Bad Glide Bite; and they lack of grip and head fitting and this Bad Fitting hinders good putting performance. So in objective evaluation, PutterGeek gives Fisher Golf Putters six thumbs down.    

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Quantum Golf Putter

This golf putter is brought to the golf market by a retired physicist/physiology expert, helped by a retired golf club maker (also a retired engineer) and a retired scientist (also an artistic pool shooter and ultra-slow-motion golf performance photographer). These guys have no need to make money marketing their product; their only desire is to bring to golfers a putter that is free of design/utility defect. They have researched the causes/cures of problems plaguing golfers on the green, and and created a perfected putter which they claim makes a quantum improvement in golf putting performance. Objective evaluation gives the Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter a thumbs up in every aspect -- Stroke, Glide, Impact, Launch, Alignment, and Fitting -- that makes it the Best Golf Putter.   

Cleveland Golf Putters 

Claimed by the maker to be, "At the intersection of artistry and science, new Huntington Beach SOFT Putters deliver score-dropping technology in a finely crafted package. Speed Optimized Face Technology—SOFT—provides consistent distance, while tour-proven shapes offer the aesthetic appeal only a master craftsman can achieve."  Is that factual?  No it is marketing BS. Fact is they offer a lineup of 23 putters, each of which is either a Ping Anser style blade, or a mallet of some shape. Because all are polar asymmetric (embodying bent/offset shaft that is miss-vectored into the head), they all suffer Bad Stroke Wobble and Bad Impact Twist, the most serious hinderances to precision putting. These putters also feature an impact face which causes Bad Launch Dwell; a lofted impact surface which causes Bad Launch Bounce & Backspin; a sharp/excessive leading edge which cause Bad Glide Bite; and they lack grip and head fitting and this Bad Fitting hinders good usage. So in objective evaluation, PutterGeek gives Cleveland Golf Putters six thumbs down. 

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