It is a principle of physics that momentum is a function of mass and velocity and it is what resists stroke waver. Unlike field clubs which can have less massive heads because they resist swing waver with high swing speed, a putter has less stroke speed so it must resist stroke waver with greater head mass. Old technology Blade Putters do not have enough head mass to adequately resist putting stroke waver; even heavier Mallets lack enough mass to prevent stroke waver. The Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter suffers no stroke waver because it is massive enough (600 Grams of Head Mass) to resist it. .
Stroke Waver is not the same as Stroke Wobble -- waiver is the lineal deviation from the plane of your putting stroke; wobble is the rotational deviation of the putter during your putting stroke. Both are very detrimental to your putting performance and both are suffered by old asymmetric Blades and Mallets. The Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter suffers none of this and that is a great benefit for your golf putting performance..
Stroke wobble (rotational instability) comes as a result of polar asymmetry. Old Technology Blades and Mallets all suffer polar asymmetric. so all suffer detrimental stroke wobble. The New Technology Quantum Symmetric Golf Putter embodies perfect polar symmetry, so it has stroke stability and that benefits putting precision.
Old 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.
Stroke me strong without waver or wobble!.
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