A PUTTER SPEC YOU WILL SELDOM SEE
The size of the putters listed below are virtually the same. Their weights are only slightly different,
which means no putter will have better physics performance (MOI,) than the other.
BRAND—————————————————————-TOE -HEEL MEASUREMENT
USGA Max allowable no weight limit—————————————————7″
*1918 Burke Hickory shaft Putter——————————————————-4″
SCOTTY CAMERON FUTURA 5 MB —————————————————-3 3/4″
SCOTTY CAMERON FUTURA X BLADE ————————————————4 1/4″
SCOTTY CAMERON GOLO 5R———————————————————3 3/4″
ODYSSEY VERSA——————————————————————– 4″
PING ANSER————————————————————————-4 1/2″
ODYSSEY WORKS——————————————————————- 3 3/4″
ODYSSEY WHITE HOT PRO———————————————————–4″
ODYSSEY WHITE HOT —————————————————————3 3/4″
ODYSSEY 2 BALL———————————————————————4 1/4″
RIFE TWO BAR———————————————————————–4″
TAYLORMADE SPIDER TOUR RED——————————————————3 3/4″
The head weight of these putters are light and fall between 320 and 380 grams. That is a difference of only 60 grams. Here are some examples of weights in grams so you can compare the weights of these clubs;
An I Phone6 weighs 185 grams – Your golf hat weighs 95 grams – An empty 8 oz. coffee cup weighs 395 grams – An NFL football weighs about 500 grams – A golf ball weighs 48 grams.
As you can see, the small light putters that have always been around do not seek to improve your putting, their purpose is only to get into your bag using a common size and weight that feels familiar to your habits and stroke pattern whether those habits are good or bad for performance.