Face Balanced Putters

Phoenix, Arizona Golf lessons/Instruction Update: Tuesday, January 18, 2010

Face Balanced Putter: A putter face that is pointing to the sky and runs parallel to the ground when the shaft is balanced on your finger as shown below.

A face balanced putter has no positive affect when in the playing position and while it is in motion. Just because you see in the photo above that the putter is indeed “balanced,” the putter is not stable when you swing it. What? Do this: grab your face balanced putter and swing it. Next: swing your putter normal [back to forward], then swing the putter in different playing positions until you FEEL it is the lightest and the FEELING of being very smooth. As shown below, the putter is the most stable and smooth when I swing it with the heel leading. Why? Because, that is where the face should be – the true feeling of MOI [moment of intertia], the ability of the putter to stay stable when motion is applied. However, you can’t putt with the heel leading.

So, do you want to putt better? Do you want a putter that is stable? Do want to two-putt and have less three-putts? Do you want to see your ball roll true – you know end-over-end? If yes, then I recommend you give YAR GOLF a test. Visit www.yargolf.com. You will find that a Yar putter performs like no other, and that it is truly stable because of its near perfect moi [moment of inertia]. Yar is based on true science, not hype, and not science fiction.

Robbie Camacho,
Yar Golf Dealer / Fitter

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