Which will be the best putters of 2010? It’s not too soon to start asking that question, as new models will begin rolling out this fall in anticipation of the new year, with additional putters being unveiled at the PGA Merchandise Show in January and in the early months thereafter.
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Some putter makers are being secretive or coy about what’s to come for 2010, but PutterZone.com has already uncovered some solid contenders.
As reported here several months ago, Robert Bettinardi—who is parting ways with Mizuno—will release a new line of BB Series and Studio B putters in November.
Also in November, Slotline will release its new 600 Series putters (pictured here), while Odyssey will unveil its new White Ice putters. Also, look for the new Nike Method putter in the early spring. Meanwhile, PING just released its new iN putters. Newcomers this fall include Utopia Putters and Piranha Putters.
PutterZone.com also wouldn’t be surprised to see new offerings from Yes! putters, Rife putters, Cleveland putters and Never Compromise putters for 2010, to name a few.
Stay tuned at PutterZone.com for updates on the best putters of 2010. We will also kick off the new year with our annual Power Picks, featuring our selections for best blades, best mallets and best buy putters. What will be your best putter for 2010? You may just find it right here.