A center shafted putter is exactly what it seems to be - a putter where the
shaft inserts into (more or less) the center of the head. They are usually
face balanced, so they will best suit a straight-back-straight-through
stroke. If your putting stroke is more of an in-square-in stroke, then you may
well be better off with an
anser style putter or a
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Titleist Bullseye - the original center shafted putter
Probably the most recognisable center shafted putter is the Bullseye, shown here. This putter won hundreds of professional events between the 1950s and 1990s. There are now many different shapes of putter which have the shaft in the center as you can see from the pictures below.
Scotty Cameron American Classic 3
A simply gorgeous reworking of the Bullseye shape. New materials and great Scotty Cameron workmanship make this a beautiful putter to look at. Still not that forgiving, though!
Scotty Cameron Bullseye Platinum Heavy Flange
A Bullseye putter worthy of consideration! The offset neck and flange aren't quite what you'd want if you're a purist looking for a bullseye, but it putts better.
Seemore FGP Original
A revolutionary putter which has now won 2 major championships thanks to its combination of roll on fast greens and patented riflescope aiming design. Well worth considering!
A nice re-working of the classic FGP from Seemore. Unfortunately only available with an offset shaft that doesn't make full use of the wonderful riflescope aiming system
on a Titleist putter...
Titleist Bullseye Flange
An extremely pretty putter. A favourite with some of the world's greats 50 years ago and excellent on fast greens. Unforgiving when compared with modern putters