Find the hosel that works best for your stroke.

S Neck

Who it’s For:

1

S Neck (AKA short slant) offers toe hang to encourage more arc and face rotation.
2

Tends to work best for golfers who have more face rotation in their putting stroke or are looking to increase the amount of face rotation.
3

For golfers who tend to miss putts to the right (toe hang helps close the face at impact if you have a tendency to leave it open).

S NECK PUTTERS

Toe Hang VS Face Balance

I’ve got a toe hang putter. I like a little more weight on the toe because the face opens and closes during my stroke and my path goes a little bit to the inside. I need a little bit of weight coming back around to square the club face. If I were to get something that was face-balanced I don’t feel like I would square it up as well. That’s why I use a putter with toe hang.

Wesley Bryan

Double Bend

Who it’s For

1

Double Bend creates a face-balanced putter (the face pointing up to the sky).
2

Tends to work better for players who have minimal face rotation (more of a straighter stroke) or are looking to reduce the amount of face rotation in their stroke.
3

For golfers who tend to miss putts to the left (face-balanced putters will encourage the face to stay more square/open at impact).

*For a right handed golfer. The opposite way applies for left handed golfers.

DOUBLE BEND PUTTERS

FACE BALANCE VS TOE HANG

“You know I think, if you’re more of a square to square putter, I don’t believe the putter goes straight back, but straighter back to straighter through, square to square, I think a face-balanced putter is a good idea. If a guy has more of swing or arc in the stroke, you probably want a little bit of toe hang.”

Jim Furyk