TODAY'S PUTTER REVIEW FEATURES SCIENTIFICALLY DESIGNED PUTTERS
By Ken Liebeskind
Are you ready for the most technologically sophisticated putter review? http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com, the site renowned for its scientifically designed golf clubs, excels on the green with a variety of technologically advanced putters that will help you record more pars and birdies. Today's putter reviews start with the Closer Weighted Putter, which features three movable weights and nine placement holes that let you customize the putter to your stroke and the green you're playing on. You can correct pushes and pulls by moving the weights toward the toe or heel of the putter. And you can remove the weights to lighten the putter for fast greens. This is the putter with the computer controlled milled face.
Our putter review continues with the Condor Stand-Up Putter, which is scientifically weighted to stand on the green so you can line up your putt then walk away from it to check for the exact break.
Today's putter review provides you with important information on putters available from http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com
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Your playing partners will be flabbergasted when they see you standing your putter up and walking away from it. And they'll be jealous when you sink long putts because you've lined them up with precision using the Stand-Up Putter.
But wait, the putter review continues with another exemplary club. It's the Condor P-4 Putter that has been scientifically designed to automatically correct the four most common putting errors. Its face is rounded vertically to correct scoops and chops and horizontally to correct pushes and pulls. This is the putter that outputs others by at least four strokes per round.
Our putter reviews continue with the Controller PinLine putter, which features a polyurethane insert on its sweet spot that releases the ball more softly than a metal putter to give you more control. The PinLine putter is also face balanced to keep you from pushing or pulling putts and it's front weighted with a large cavity behind the hitting surface that gives every putt a smooth-rolling topspin.
Today's putter review provides you with important information on some, but not all of the putters available from http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com.