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Power Picks: Best Putters for 2011

PutterZone.com is excited to announce the 2011 PutterZone.com Power Picks, featuring our selections for the best putters of the year as we turn the corner toward 2011.

Over the past year, PutterZone.com has tested and reviewed numerous putters. Our annual Power Picks recognize what we consider the “best of the best” of the putters we have reviewed, based on the factors of performance, craftsmanship, technology, innovation and aesthetics.

We begin today with our Best Putters category, signifying our three favorite putters of the year, along with three honorable mentions. We will continue later this week with our Best Buy putters of the year, signifying those putters that offer the most bang for your putting buck.


Never Compromise Gambler Putters ($299)
The Never Compromise Gambler putters won’t be officially released for another month, but they already rank among the top of their class. Superior quality? Check. Awesome feel? Check. Amazing looks? Double check. These putters are the total package, and they are poised to generate serious buzz in the first half of the year. Read the PutterZone.com review, and check out The Hacker’s Paradise for more photos.

Nike Method Putters ($250)
Before it was officially released earlier this year, the Nike Method putter made a serious splash by notching two major victories in 2009. Then it made an even bigger splash in 2010, earning its way into the bag of Tiger Woods, who hadn’t switched putters in more than a decade. The hype surrounding the Nike Method putters is warranted, as they combine compelling technology with excellent feel. Read the PutterZone.com review.

Piretti Cottonwood II ($250)
The Piretti Cottonwood II earns high marks for elegantly riffing on the Anser style with a heavier head weight, wider flange and lower loft. This is a putter with a definite point of view, and it will appeal to blade enthusiasts who seek the added confidence of a heavier head and heftier profile. You’d also be hard pressed to find a more gorgeous putter for the price. Read the PutterZone.com review.

Honorable Mentions

Bettinardi BB Putters ($265)
It was a toss up, and the Bettinardi BB putters could have easily made the top three with their exquisite craftsmanship and performance. Bettinardi also has some new putters teed up for 2011 that already sound like candidates for next year’s Power Picks. Read the PutterZone.com review.

SeeMore m7 ($325)
This new offering from SeeMore features a sleek aluminum insert and advances the SeeMore mSeries’ reputation for remarkable quality. The m7 boasts the classic SeeMore look and RifleScope alignment technology, but with a freshly streamlined profile. Read the PutterZone.com review.

TaylorMade Corza Ghost Putter ($159)
On paper, an all-white putter sounds like a mere gimmick—but TaylorMade’s inaugural Ghost putter walks its talk of superior alignment features, and it has become a smash hit in the process. Read the PutterZone.com review.


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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  2. True, Sactown!

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