Do you three-putt a few times during your round of golf? Are you the one who hopes your playing partner gives you that 3-footer? No such luck in a tournament. Try this exercise: place yourself on the green without any club (including the putter) and try to put the ball in a hole that is 25 feet away from you. Well, I guess you will face that hole and toss the ball underhand toward the hole. So why don't you putt that way?
The putter is one of those golf clubs that can make or break your golf game. Everyone searches through those racks of putters for sale for the right one, the one that will take their game to the next level. This putter review will tell you what characteristics to look for in a new long-shafted putter, all of which you’ll find in the Face On putter.
Be sureto check out the video on how to putt when using the Face On putting stroke. Some of the features to look for in a new Face On putter are:
Face Balance that ensures the face is vertical for any angle of the lie of the ball on the green;
Sweet Spot that is easy to distinguish not just by look, but also by sound;
Tracking Line that allows the eye to line up the shot down the target line;
Toe and Heel Design that does not interfere with the pendulum swing.
The main objective of a putter to be used for face putting is twofold: to allow the alignment of the ball with the target line and to allow the stroke to initiate a straight, smooth roll of the golf ball. Most of the mass of the Face On putter head is concentrated behind the sweet spot of the head, allowing the perfect alignment for the perfect stroke.