Waver | Wobble
Wobble -- Stroke Wobble is the tendency of the putter to rotate relative to the shaft during the putting stroke. This is problematic because it reduces the probability of the the impacting face of the putter head will be perpendicular with your intended line at the instant of impact, and it also increases waver. All this causes the ball to veer off intended line with adverse side spin, and that of course results in missed putts. All this is very bad for precision putting.
Golf is Actually Two very different Games
Any physicist when contemplating the Stroke Waver Problem will easily conclude that it is caused by the putter head having insufficient mass to prevent waver during a slow putting stroke, and he would know this by the principle of physics called "Momentum". Momentum is a function of an objects speed and mass. In other words, the greater the speed and mass of an object the less it deviates form its path of movement. When speed is fast, mass becomes less important, but when speed is slow mass becomes more important.
Every golfer knows that in the field game, club swing is typically fast. So field-club heads are generally not very massive because less mass enables faster swing, and a faster swing achieves good momentum without the need of much mass. But putting is very different. When putting, stroke speed is typically very slow, so good momentum can only be achieved with more mass.
As usual when the cause is discovered, the cure becomes evident. In this case it has been discovered that Insufficient momentum causes Stroke Waver, so the cure is increasing momentum and in a putter putting, that would be accomplished by increasing putter head mass. And that is exactly what we did with our perfected Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter.
Hold your putter between the palms of your hands as shown, and then move your palms forth and back to rotate the shaft. As you do this, if the putter wobbles, it fails and should be tossed into the trash heap of defective design and you should use a better golf putter.
Any physicist when contemplating the Stroke Wobble Problem will easily conclude that it is caused by the putter head being out of balance with respect to the shaft, and he would know this by the principle of physics called "polar symmetry".
Polar Symmetry is difficult to explain but it is easy to understand by analogy. It is what causes a wheel to wobble when it is out of balance with respect to its axle as it moves down the road. Just like a wheel, the head of a golf putter will invariably wobble as it moves along the plane of the putting stroke, if it is out of balance with respect to the golf putter shaft.
This tendency to rotate causes the Stroke Wobble Problem. As soon as we realized this, the solution (cure) became evident -- we needed to make a golf putter that is in perfect polar symmetry with its shaft. And that is exactly what we did with our perfected Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter.
Fortunately there is an easy test you can perform on your own golf putter to determine if it is wobbly defective (which if it is a Blade or Mallet, it most certainly will be). If your old golf putter fails this easy test, then for the sake of your golf game, you need to toss it into the trash heap of defective design and bag a better putter.
As usual when the cause is discovered, the cure becomes evident. In this case it has been discovered that Polar Assymetry is the cause of Stroke Wobble, so the cure is polar symmetry. And that is exactly what we embodied in our perfected Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter.
The Field Clubs use high swing velocity to maintain good momentum.. The Putter has low stroke speed so it must rely upon great head mass to maintain good momentum.
Your golf putter should send the ball down your intended line with your intended touch, doing so without wobble or waver. If it fails to do this, then it should be tossed into the trash heap of defective design, and you should bag a better putter.