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F2, PING Putters Cost Little, Win Big

F2 Hamilton Putter

Last month, PutterZone.com broke the story of Jerry Kelly buying a $69 Cleveland Classic putter and putting it into play on the PGA Tour.

Now two professionals have won tournaments with putters that each cost less than $100 at retail. The economy isn’t that bad, is it?

Sure enough, when Angela Stanford whipped Michelle Wie at the end of the LPGA’s SBS Open with a string of birdie putts, she did it with a PING Karsten Series B60 putter ($89). Meanwhile, that same day, Mike Goodes won the Allianz Championship on the Champions Tour with an F2 Hamilton putter ($99, pictured here). Their combined earnings were $435,000. The combined retail cost of their putters is $188. 

This is just more proof that the overall quality of putters has been raised across all price points in recent years. So if you can’t afford the newest $300 milled putter, don’t despair, because your options in the $70 to $150 range have never been better. 

P.S. Click here for PutterZone.com’s review of the Cleveland Classic Putter and here for the review of the PING Karsten Series putter.

About Sean Weir

Sean Weir is the founder and editor of PutterZone.com, and the author of Putter Perfection, the definitive guide to putter fitting. Profile: Google+

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