You know that old saying, “Drive for show, putt for dough”? Well in this instance the Custom Milled Putters below would all be under the category, “Putt for show & dough!”, Within the last year we have seen an influx of custom putter brands in the equipment industry. You see all the ads for getting custom fit for your irons and woods, but how come no one talks about being fitted for your putter? I mean, it’s the club you use most during your round. All the brands below offer you handfuls of options from loft/lie precision to color schemes, all to give each golfer their own one-of-a-kind putter, made to order. Start designing yours today!
Piretti | Cottonwood II Black Onyx The Cottonwood
II is a blade style putter, milled from a solid billet of 11L17 carbon steel. They added extra weight by increasing the flange width and thickness which lowers the center of gravity, promotes a more effective role, longer sight line for accuracy, and a more appealing sound. Available in weights of 365 & 375 grams. Starting at $350
Carbon Putters | Holliday
Stainless Steel The Holliday is a classic heel toe weighted designed blade. All Carbon putters are machined from a single block of carbon steel. Every angle, line and proportion is carefully crafted as well as measured to ensure exact specifications. Carbon offers each client a check list of options to design your own custom putter. Starting at $340
Toulon Putters | Madison Used from 303 Stainless Steel, The Madison is an iconic looking blade that promotes confidence while standing over your putt. With its unique deep diamond face milling pattern, the ball will roll seamlessly into the cup. Now you can design your own in the Toulon Garage, which offers limitless opportunities for customization. Starting at $399
Edel | The Brick The Brick incorporates the incredible stability of Edel’s Torque Balanced technology with added visual benefits. Torque Balanced technology strategically removes weight from the toe of the putter, creating a “toe-up” balance point. This simple look at address is free from shadows and conflicting milling geometry associated with typical putters; giving you a feeling that you intuitively know what you are meant to do with it. Starting at $300