Obviously a putter with zero loft angle on its impact face will always launch the ball with zero loft and no backspin; but a putter with a loft angle on the impact face will always launch the ball with detrimental bounce and backspin. Old technology Ping style blades and Odyssey style mallets all embody loft in the impact face ranging typically about 4 degrees but some up to as much as seven degrees. This is so common that nobody seems to wonder why this is. But if golfers want the ball to roll off impact with no backspin as would appear the case, then why would they use a lofted putter? The new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter has zero loft on its impact faces, so it launches the ball without bounce and without backspin.
New technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter rolls the ball to the hole without bounce or backspin and that is best. Old technology Ping Style Blades and Odyssey Style Mallets launch with bounce and backspin and that is bad for precision putting. Clearly that makes Quantum best at putting ilaunch.
Your launch will roll true without bounce or backspin.
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Every golfer knows that the greater the loft on a field club face, the higher the launch and the more backspin is imparted on the ball -- for example, a three iron has less loft and less backspin than a 9 iron. As they say, what is good for the goose is good for the gander, so why should a putter act any differently.
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