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  • i4-Tech
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Yes! i-4 Tech putters

Yes! has developed a reputation with C-Groove technology in its putters -- and its i4-Tech models feature tungsten heel and toe weights to raise the moment of inertia.

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Putter, ball help Bridgestone make splash

Bridgestone's booth at the 2014 PGA Show stayed consistently jam-packed, thanks to a revolutionary putter named True Balance and a new golf-ball formulation called Hydro Core technology.

  • Arm-Lock
  • Flip-Face
  • Metal-X
  • ProType Black
  • ProType Tour
  • Tank Cruiser
  • Versa
  • Versa Jailbird
  • White Hot Pro
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Odyssey Flip Face putter

The unique changeable face of the Odyssey Flip Face includes a dual insert for use as conditions might dictate.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

VIDEO: The Odyssey Metal-X Milled Putter

Our David Dusesk talks with Principal Designer at Odyssey Golf, Austie Rollinson, about the Odyssey Metal-X Milled Putters.

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Odyssey ProType Black putter

The Odyssey ProType Black putters are available in three models, each with a soft, milled, carbon-steel head.

Odyssey ProType Tour putters

Odyssey created the ProType Tour putter line by blending feedback from Tour players like Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Alvaro Quiros with modern materials and classic designs.

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Odyssey ProType Tour putters

Odyssey created the ProType Tour putter line by blending feedback from Tour players like Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Alvaro Quiros with modern materials and classic designs.

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Odyssey Tank Cruiser putters

Odyssey's newest putters let you control the counterbalancing effect.

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Odyssey Versa No. 1 putter

The Odyssey Versa No. 1 is all about visual perception and alignment (called Visionary High Contrast Alignment).

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Odyssey Versa Jailbird putter

This high-MOI design of the Odyssey Versa Jailbird putter extends the brand's black-and-white alignment system.

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Odyssey White Hot Pro putters

Bringing back a face insert that remained popular among pros, the Odyssey White Hot Pro line of putters' latest iteration offers 18 choices.

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VIDEO: Rory McIlroy talks about his Nike putter

Our David Dusek sat down with Rory McIlroy to talk about his Nike Method putter.

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Nike Method putters

At the heart of Nike's Method putter line is a unique polymer-grooved face technology that the company says will make the ball hold its line more effectively.

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Nike's Method putter stands out at PGA Show

Among the most eye-catching putters at the PGA Merchandise Show is Nike’s new Method Concept, a putter whose front section is flaming red and back section is midnight black.

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Nike Method Core Weighted putters

Nike's Method Core Weighted putters are finished in non-glare satin chrome with simple alignment lines; most have classic designs.

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Nike Method Core Drone 2.0 putter

Nike refined the Method Core Drone 2.0's looks but kept the playing features, such as the polymer-grooved face insert, that made the original putter so distinctive.

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Nike Method Midnight putter

Nike Method Midnight putters feature a dark chrome finish, along with Nike’s steel-and-polymer face-groove technology.

Nike Method Midnight putters

Nike's Method Midnight putters have a Nickel Chrome finish that should reduce glare while retaining the polymer-metal grooved face technology of the original Method.

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Nike Method MOD putters

Nike expands its family of Method putters with four new models that give classic designs a modern twist.

  • Anser Milled
  • Karsten TR
  • Ketsch
  • Nome
  • Scottsdale
  • Scottsdale TR
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Ping Anser Milled putters

Each Ping Anser Milled putter starts as a solid block of 303 Stainless steel and then is machine milled into a classic heel-toe weighted blade.

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Ping Karsten TR putters

The key to the performance of the Ping Karsten TR putters ("TR" stands for True Roll) is the grooved face. Ping's studies found that deeper grooves slow putts more than shallow grooves.

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Ping Ketsch putter

Ping introduced its Ketsch putter at the PGA Merchandise Show, a club named after the town in Germany where Ping maintains its headquarters for that country.

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Ping rolls out Nome TR Putter

Ping's latest putter combines the variable-depth grooves of the True Roll line and a mallet that has won multiple times on the PGA Tour.

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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

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Ping to introduce adjustable belly putter

Ping is about to become the first major golf equipment manufacturer to introduce an adjustable-length belly putter. It will be called the Nome 405 Belly.

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Ping Scottsdale TR putters

Ping staff players, including Lee Westwood and Hunter Mahan, used adjustable Scottsdale TR putters, featuring grooves designed to enhance distance control on off-center hits.

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Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event on Sunday after he shot a closing-round 68 at the TPC Scottsdale. Here's what he had in his bag at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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Ping extends Scottsdale TR putter line

The Anser B, Craz-E and Senita B counterbalanced mallet are additions to Ping's Scottsdale TR putter line, known for its face insert with varying groove depths.

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Ping Scottsdale TR putters

Ping staff players, including Lee Westwood and Hunter Mahan, used adjustable Scottsdale TR putters, featuring grooves designed to enhance distance control on off-center hits.

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TaylorMade updates counterbalanced putters

TaylorMade has updated three counterbalanced putters -- the Daddy Long Legs, Spider Blade and Spider Mallet -- using feedback from PGA Tour staffers such as Sergio Garcia and Jason Day.

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TaylorMade announces new Daddy Long Legs putter

Since TaylorMade released the Spider putter in 2008, the company has added several models to its arachnid family. On April 15, it'll release its most stable design yet – the ultra-high MOI Daddy Long Legs.

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TaylorMade Ghost Manta putter

Dave Stockton helped design TaylorMade's white Ghost Manta, a putter billed as a stable, high-MOI putter in a more traditional shape.

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TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter

The TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter, with a slant hosel and multi-material head, is designed to be a high-stability putter.

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TaylorMade Ghost Spider Si putter

The newest member of TaylorMade's Ghost Spider family of putters – the white-headed Ghost Spider Si mallet – is a high MOI (moment of inertia) putter with a counter-balanced grip.

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TaylorMade Ghost Tour putters

TaylorMade's latest additions to the Ghost Tour putter family feature a new face-insert material – including aluminum – designed to provide a crisp feel.

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TaylorMade updates counterbalanced putters

TaylorMade has updated three counterbalanced putters -- the Daddy Long Legs, Spider Blade and Spider Mallet -- using feedback from PGA Tour staffers such as Sergio Garcia and Jason Day.

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TaylorMade's latest Spider: a high-MOI blade

Calling it the first high MOI-style blade putter, TaylorMade officials showcased the latest addition to its Spider family of putters.

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TaylorMade White Smoke Putters

The MC-72 mallet, IN-12 blade and IN-74 blade in the TaylorMade White Smoke putters line are each available in 33-, 34-, and 35-inch models and feature the grooved, PureRoll Titanium insert.

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Scotty Cameron Titleist Futura X Dual Balance

Titleist's Scotty Cameron Futura X Dual Balance, the counterbalanced version of Adam Scott’s putter, aims to maximize stability.

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Toy Box: Vokey Spin Milled wedges, Cameron putters

Titleist is about to unveil seven new Scotty Cameron putters and an entire line of Vokey Spin Milled wedges with smaller grooves.

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Scotty Cameron Futura X5 putters

Titleist creates three more stability-enhancing mallet putters in new Scotty Cameron Futura X5 putters.

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Scotty Cameron Newport 2, GoLo 7 Dual Balance putters

Titleist's putter guru Scotty Cameron has introduced two new counterbalance designs – the Scotty Cameron Newport 2 and GoLo 7 Dual Balance – for golfers who want supreme stability.

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Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo putters

The original mid-size mallet is joined by three new models to create a complete Scotty Cameron GoLo line of putters from Titleist.

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Titleist Scotty Cameron Select putters

Titleist’s putter guru gives the Scotty Cameron Select line a new finish and some subtle refinements.

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Titleist Scotty Cameron Select series putters

Titleist's Scotty Cameron Select series of putters encompasses a broad range of models.

Toy Box: Vokey Spin Milled wedges, Cameron putters

Titleist is about to unveil seven new Scotty Cameron putters and an entire line of Vokey Spin Milled wedges with smaller grooves.

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Winner's Bag: Adam Scott, Crowne Plaza Invitational

Here is a complete list of the clubs Adam Scott used to win the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.

Toy Box notes: Popular putter’s new look

Valero Texas Open winner Adam Scott used his favorite Titleist Scotty Cameron putter, a Studio Select Newport 2, but with a new finish called Experimental Black PVD.