Updated: Jan 29
Struggling on the greens? We’ve all been there. Sometimes your putter can just go cold, and what better confidence boost than changing things up?
Having a small selection of putters can give you a much-needed boost.
The great thing is there are a huge selection of second-hand putters on the used golf club market.
Putters tend not to suffer as much wear as other clubs in the bag so they represent great value and the beauty is, a quality second-hand putter will hold its value really well. So there’s very little risk in buying a few flat sticks.
As one of the biggest sellers of premium used golf clubs we have a great selection of second hand putters, so why not take a look now?
Remember we offer a 14-day satisfaction guarantee and all our used golf clubs are inspected thoroughly by a qualified PGA pro before going on sale - so you can shop with confidence.
Our top putter brands
With so many putters out there, it can be hard to make a decision. But here’s a few of our favourites…
Used by many of the top pros, you can’t go far wrong with a Scotty Cameron. These beautiful clubs don’t come cheap, but represent good value as hold their price incredibly well (if you take good care of it). A huge range to suit any golfer.
Ping have always produced quality putters, and also ooze quality. They have more wins behind them on tour than any other brand – which speaks volumes. Generally, a little bit cheaper than A Scotty Cameron but they will never disappoint.
Odyssey putters really bought putter technology along in the late 90s with their face inserts and have never really looked back. We love them for their fantastic feel.
Probably better known for their drivers, woods and irons, Taylormade have made huge strides in recent years with the Spider and Truss models proving particularly popular. Can be pricey.
You may or may not have heard of these guys but they are well worth a look. All their putters carry their patented ‘rifescope’ aiming system which really does help you get things online.
Don’t forget the grip
Have you ever considered a fatter grip? A lot of our customers who are buying a used putter opt for a Super Stroke grip these days. The fatter grip really helps with feel and tempo. Well worth a try.