Rotational Wobble is caused by lack of polar asymmetry, so asymmetric golf putters suffer it while symmetric golf putters do not. O
ld technology Mallet Putter makers often tout their putters as being "Face Balanced" which is marketing miss-information in the extreme. The truth is that a Face Balanced Putter is actually out-of-balance toward its face. During setup you will do your best to orient this kind of putter such that its impact face is perpendicular with your intended line. But because it is out of balance toward its face, it will try to rotate so its impact face is 90 degrees upward at the top of your backstroke. Then as you complete your putting stroke, this kind of putter will try to rotate a full 180 degrees so it ends up being face up at the top of your backstroke. Who knows what the amount of rotation will be at the instant of impact?
Old technology Blade Putter makers are no better. They often tout their putters as being "Toe Balanced" which is also marketing miss-information. The truth is that a Toe Balanced Putter is actually out-of-balance toward its toe. It, just like those mallet putters which are out-of-balance toward their face, will try to rotate its impact face during your putting stroke. The result is the same - you will never know whether or not your putter impacts the ball as it should -- and that is detrimental to your putting performance.
New technology symmetric golf putters do not suffer wobble at all. This is another reason why the new technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter is superior to old technology golf putters..
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New technology Quantum Symmetric Gold Putter suffers no impact twist while old technology Ping Style Blades and Odyssey Style Mallets do -- that makes Quantum best.
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Whenever the impact surface of the golf putter head twists upon ball impact, the ball will be launched off intended line with adverse side-spin -- that is detrimental to precision putting.