Best Blade Putters Test 2019

GolfMagic highlights its favourite blade putters on the market this season, including TaylorMade, Odyssey, PING, Scotty Cameron, Bettinardi and Evnroll.

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Thu, 6 Jun 2019


The Anser is the winningest model in PGA Tour history, and its newest iteration has the traditional heel-toe ballasts that boost MOI, plus pleasing contours, a clean top rail and simple alignment line.

The blade design and medium head weight make this putter proficient from any distance, while its mid-hang balance targets players with a moderate rotation in their stroke, and thus fits a large percentage of golfers. 

Research into putting suggests that 8 out of 10 golfers are playing the wrong length putter shaft which can have dramatic effects on your short game.

PING engineers have innovatively designed this new putter with an adjustable length shaft, which keeps the grip perfectly aligned during the process to keep you square at putting position. This can be adjusted with a torque wrench supplied with the putter, adjustable at the top of the grip, to a range between 32” to 36” to find you perfect fit every time.

It's available in a Platinum or Stealth finish.



The new Evnroll ER 2.2 putter is a mid blade putter that features sweetface technology designed to stop mishits and putts losing energy no matter where you strike the ball on the face.

Designed by renowned putting guru Guerin Rife, the heads are 100% milled and utilise groove technology to provide you with one of the most consistent blade putters out there.

The ER2.2 head shape is a traditonal plumber neck mid blade, so it's ideal for a golfer who seeks a traditional look with a little more head weight for a more stable stroke.

Two dots on the topline aid great alignment and lie angle at address. 



Rarely does an iconic model such as the Newport 2 putter get a full-scale design overhaul.

Rather, it may undergo significant, yet subtle, modifications to raise the bar and take it to its logical next level of design and performance.

Long-trusted for its angular, mechanical profile, Scotty refined the topline radius milling for a slightly thinner appearance from address. He also honed the plumbing neck dimensions, edges and angles for a cleaner, squared-up look from address.

Updated graphics extend the Select line’s iconic three red dot theme to the face and sole for a clean, race-inspired look.

Its multi-material construction methodology combines a mid-milled 303 stainless steel face inlay with the stainless steel body for superior balance, weight distribution, sound and feel.

The putter’s stance has been re-engineered to account for the weight of the shaft and grip via subtle re-distribution of the sole’s balance point from heel-to-toe and face-to-cavity so the putter sits squarely and aligns perfectly at address.




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