Putter Manufacturers - which offer the best combination of quality and value for money?

Which putter manufacturers make quality putters at good prices...? Do not buy a putter without reading this first! Click through for reviews of 100s of putters from many different manufacturers. Find out who really makes high quality putters at a good price.

Putter brands are arranged here in the following categories (click to jump to the appropriate section):

Premium putter manufacturers


Scotty Cameron

There's no doubt that Scotty Cameron is one of the very finest putter manufacturers - perhaps the finest. The majority of their designs are adaptations of other company's designs, but in almost all cases Scotty Cameron improves on what he adapts. Some of the early hand milled putters are absolute collectors items and sell in the used market for incredible prices, but even a run-of-the-mill Scotty Cameron is pricey. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Scotty Cameron putters...



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Odyssey

It was an Odyssey putter which brought softer, more responsive face inserts to the world of golf. Their designs are based on technology, especially after having being bought by Callaway in 1997. They have spectacularly good feel, and the only downside is the price, which can be high. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Odyssey putters...


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Ping

With more major wins behind it than any of the other putter manufacturers, the Ping Golf putter range is like a stable of thoroughbred horses. Ping rarely makes a bad putter and their range includes all balances and different types of head designs. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Ping putters...



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TaylorMade

TaylorMade Putters aren't as well known as their woods and irons, but if you're searching for a top quality putter, you should consider them along with the other high end putter manufacturers. The TP Black Copper, Spider, Rossa and Daytona ranges are the equal of almost any other putters on the market. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of TaylorMade putters...


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Mid-market putter manufacturers


Cleveland

Cleveland Golf putters are still not quite amongst the best putter manufacturers in the world ... but they're not far behind. Cleveland are extremely well known for their wedges (among the best on the market) and fairway woods, and they've made a range of fairly traditional putters for some time. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Cleveland putters...


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Rife

Rife's designs are innovative and good looking and they're fairly reasonably priced for a high quality product. Well worth a look if you're just starting to get serious about the game. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Rife putters...



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Seemore

Seemore putters have one unique feature over every other putter on the market - all the designs carry their patented Rifescope aiming device, which gives you an entirely different way of aiming the putter, and aiming is the biggest and most important challenge in putting. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Seemore putters...



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Budget putter manufacturers



Fisher

These little-known and reasonably-priced putters were something of a revelation when we tested them. Responsive inserts and a great roll were the plus points; slightly clunky design the drawbacks, but all in all well worth the price tag. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Fisher putters...



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Wilson

Wilson is one of the forgotten putter manufacturers who are trying to rejuvenate their range. They are best known in putting for producing classic blade putters. Indeed, there was a time when the Wilson 8802 was just about the best putter in the world. The blade putters that many of the great players between the 1950s and 80s used Wilsons. Wilson's new range look stylish and all of them cost less than $100, so good if you're on a budget. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Wilson putters...



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Heritage putter manufacturers


Adams

Although they're now part of TaylorMade and better known for their woods and irons, Adams did make putters, even owning the Yes brand (see below) at one point. Adams' A7 line of putters were their biggest success and they performed pretty well, so even though the Adams brand has now all but disappeared, there are still quite a few used Adams putters around. The factor that may interest you most is the price ... they are great value! Click here for more on Adams putters...



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Callaway

Although they now manufacture putters through their subsidiary company, Odyssey (see below), there are also some Callaway putters - especially on the second hand market. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Callaway putters...



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Golden Bear

The golf company founded by the "Golden Bear" Jack Nicklaus has now stopped making clubs and putters, but there are still a good number of use putters for sale from this iconic brand. They don't challenge the modern milled putters for quality and feel, but they will certainly save you several hundred bucks. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Golden Bear putters...



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Kirk Currie

Kirk Currie isn't a putter brand at all, but a man and he just happens to be one of the finest putter designers ever to have worked in the industry. He designed putters for Slazenger and Wilson Staff when they were the best in the world and winning pro events worldwide in the the hands of the greats including Jack Nicklaus and Seve Ballesteros. Kirk Currie putters are still popular on the used market. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Kirk Currie putters...



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Never Compromise

Never Compromise putters used to be instantly recognizable with their black, gray and black color scheme, but now everything's changed. The black and gray putters were pretty handy products in their own right, and then the company totally re-invented itself... not once but twice, was acquired by Cleveland and then the brand was parked. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Never Compromise putters...



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Ram

Once a powerhouse in the world of golf, Ram putters, particularly the Ram Zebra was one of the most popular and revered putters in the world. They were the first company to acknowledge that alignment aids on top of the putter were key to its success. Later sold to Tommy Armour, Ram no longer trades, but you'll still find used models for sales online. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Ram putters...



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STX

Putters from the well known STX brand which made its name manufacturing ice-hockey and lacrosse sticks engaged in putter manufacture from the 1970s - 2014. During that time they made interesting rubber faced putters, had top player endorsements and won a major. Still a popular brand on the used market. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of STX putters...



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Tour Edge

Tour Edge have stopped making putters, but they're still popular on the used market, and quality is good - as you'd expect from a company whose motto was: "we spend money on materials not marketing". Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Tour Edge putters...



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Titleist

Since Titleist bought Scotty Cameron, few putters have appeared with the Titleist name on them. Before that they produced the iconic Bullseye putters amongst others. Now these are available at very reasonable prices on the used market. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of TItleist putters...



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Tommy Armour

Popular between the 1970s and the 1990s, Tommy Armour putters were right behind the premium brands for quality and price. Now you can buy a second hand model on eBay for just a few dollars. The designs don't have the high tech of newer putters, but they do have beautiful feel, particularly the blades. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Tommy Armour putters...



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Yes C-Groove

Yes Putter designs are based on the work of the legendary British putting teacher and putter engineer, Harold Swash. They are the only company amongst all the putter manufacturers who are licensed to use Swash's patented C Groove technology, and boy, oh boy, do they roll the ball sweetly. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Yes C-Groove putters...



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Zen

The Zen putter range had a cult following. It's combination of training aid and putter were admittedly unique and those who loved it loved it. Unfortunately it seems not enough consumers felt that way and Zen has now stopped producing putters, opting for other products in the golf space. Click here for Best-Putter.com's reviews of Zen putters...



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