Achieving the perfect putting performance in golf requires a meticulous approach that extends far beyond a golfer’s skill with the putter. One integral element in this pursuit is the fitting of the putter itself. The art and science of fitting a putter to a golfer’s unique specifications involve a careful consideration of seventeen crucial factors. From the length and weight of the putter to the design of the grip and the loft of the putter face, each facet plays a vital role in influencing a player’s ability to sink those critical putts. This comprehensive examination into the 17 factors of a perfectly fitted putter unveils the intricate interplay between equipment and performance, shedding light on how personalized specifications can significantly enhance a golfer’s confidence and precision on the greens.

Face | at natural rest on a flat surface

Grip | size • weight • angle • feels • importance of selection

weight | overall weight in grams (tour advantages)

hosel type | 32 variations

toe hang amount | rotational force

offset amount | aiming tendencies

shaft makeup | steel vs. graphite site |

Site | site dots vs. lines • historical data

sound | concept of sound on performance • sound slots

impact | firm vs. soft impacts

sole | wiggle factor affecting alignment

top line size | edge cut differences

total balance


head shape

head size

head length | visual impacts