Picking the right putter for your game is one of the most important things you can do to feel comfortable on the green. In this post, I’m going to be talking about my top 7 favorite putters and the cheapest place to pick them up.
Here are the 7 best golf putters 2023:
- Odyssey Toulon.
- Wilson Staff Infinite.
- Cleveland Elevado.
- TaylorMade Spider.
- Ping Sigma 2.
- Evnroll ER8.
- Odyssey Stroke Lab.
I’m not saying these will be the perfect ones for you but out of all of the putters I’ve tested and what I’ve heard from others, these seem to be the best. Continue reading for the full review of each.
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#7: Odyssey Toulon
Odyssey is my favorite putter company right now and their new Toulon putter is one of the premiums on the market.
It comes in a few different shapes but I’ve found them to be pretty tough to get because they always seem to be sold out.
They also use the new Stroke Lab shaft which has been a big improvement and I’ve noticed my long putts have been much more consistent.
- It’s not too firm and not too soft (perfect medium).
- The feel and balance of this putter were awesome.
- Odyssey makes some of the smoother rolling putters.
- The one main reason I didn’t have it in my top 2 is that it’s really expensive.
- I also didn’t find it to be as forgiving as my top 2 picks.
#6: Wilson Staff Infinite
If you’re looking for a forgiving putter that’s not going to break the bank then this could be the perfect option for you.
This is my second favorite putter under $100 and the reason it’s #2 is that it’s a bit too firm for my liking (but a lot of people prefer that).
The grip on it was surprisingly nice for an inexpensive putter but I didn’t find it to be as comfortable as the SuperStroke I’m used to.
- The price point is great.
- I found it easy to align and start my ball on the right line.
- It’s one of the more forgiving putters on mishits (in this price range).
- It’s a pretty firm putter which I’m not the biggest fan of.
- It’s a bit light (some people like that).
- The ball can jump off the face.
#5: Cleveland Elevado
This is my current favorite putter under $100 and would highly recommend it if you don’t want a firm putter like the Wilson.
I find the weight to be much more balanced and the alignment aid is slightly better.
The grip on it is really nice as well and it’s the most consistent putter in this price range for distance control and accuracy (for me).
- It’s the cheapest putter on this list.
- The stock grip is one of the most comfortable.
- It’s super easy to align to the target.
- It’s a pretty soft putter which not everyone will like.
- That’s pretty much the only con because it is reasonably priced.
#4: TaylorMade Spider
This model came out in 2018 and is still one of my favorites because it’s not as expensive and it still offers all the features you’d want.
It does take a little bit of time to get used to the shape but once you do you’ll feel how balanced it is and the forgiveness it offers.
I find it’s nice and easy to align and it was one of the smoother rolling putters for me.
- It has the option to have a SuperStroke grip put on.
- It’s one of the more stable putters I’ve used.
- It’s incredibly easy to align to your target.
- Even though it’s last year’s model it’s still expensive.
- It’s a pretty firm feeling putter and might not be best for beginner or high handicaps.
#3: PING Sigma 2
This is one of my favorite putters of 2019 and is great because it comes in around 10 different head shapes.
It’s designed for the golfers who like a soft feeling putter (which won’t be for some) but I do prefer that myself.
Another really cool feature it comes with is an adjustable grip which can be changed from 32 to 36 inches long within a couple of seconds.
- It has good forgiveness on off-center hits.
- It’s the only putter right now that has an adjustable grip.
- There is very little hop off the face.
- It’s quite a soft feeling putter and isn’t going to be best for some people.
- There isn’t a whole lot of alignment help on it.
- It’s not cheap.
#2: Evnroll ER8
I had never heard of this company until not long ago but after trying this putter it’s quickly become my second favorite.
It’s quite a bit more expensive than my first pick and that’s why it’s not #1 but I found the feel to be absolutely perfect (not too soft and not too firm).
It was one of the more forgiving putters on mishits and it’s designed to get the ball to roll back on the right line.
- It’s not too firm and not too soft (it’s pretty perfect).
- It has really good distance control.
- It’s good at speeding up off-center hits to get them back on the right line.
- The price makes it unaffordable to most.
- It took me quite a bit of time to feel comfortable with it.
- It’s not the lightest putter (I prefer that myself).
#1: Odyssey Stroke Lab
Odyssey has been my favorite putters for a while now and their new Stroke Lab series has topped my list once again.
They’ve changed the shaft on it which has made it much more balanced and in my opinion, it’s the best on the market.
It comes in a wide range of head shapes which is cool (I like the Marxian or 2-ball) and I found my ball rolled much smoother than some.
- My ball seemed to stay on the right line more often than not.
- There was very little skid and the ball rolled smoothly.
- I love the shaft on it and the overall weight & balance.
- It’s an expensive putter.
- It’s quite a soft putter and some people aren’t going to like that.
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