NO TWO GOLFERS ARE ALIKE,
SO WHY ARE PUTTERS?

The Array Putter line provides golfers everywhere with the ability to roll a putter optimized to their aim bias and stroke type. The options are endless:

  • Four distinct head shapes
  • Four interchangeable hosels
  • Multiple alignment options
  • Five putter head weights
  • Innovative grip options
  • Left-handed models available

Roll it your way.

CUSTOMIZE YOUR ARRAY

Array B-1

CUSTOMIZE IT

Array F-1

CUSTOMIZE IT

Array F-2

CUSTOMIZE IT

Array F-3

CUSTOMIZE IT

AIM BIAS 101

DID YOU KNOW? 97% of golfers can’t aim their putters at their target.*

Everyone has an aim bias, but what is aim bias? Simply put, aim bias is a tendency or inclination to align the putter face in a direction other than that which is intended, causing:

  • Path bias
  • Face rotation problems
  • Poor green reading and visualization
*Research conducted at Campbell University by David Orr and David Edel

YOUR AIM UNCOVERED

Aims Left

Aims Right

B-1

F-3

F-2

F-1

Anytime your focus is moved forward – by way of putter head shape or alignment plates – the tendency is for you to aim right because the putter looks closed and vice versa for when your focus is moved backwards.

DO YOU KNOW YOUR STROKE ARC?

Your stroke is unique to you.

Determining your stroke arc is critical to returning the putter face back to square at impact.

Matching a putter's toe hang to your stroke arc is one of the best ways to start every putt on your intended line. There are three broad stroke arc types:

  • Zero Arc
  • Moderate Arc
  • Maximum Arc

STROKE ARCS EXPLAINED

Zero Arc

Straight-back-straight-through putters often benefit from a face balanced putter. These golfers should consider a single bend hosel paired with either an Array F-1, F-2, or F-3.

Moderate Arc

Moderate arc putters often benefit from a putter with moderate toe hang. These golfers should consider a short or long plumbers neck paired with either an Array F-1, F-2, or F-3 or an Array B-1 with a single bend hosel.

Maximum Arc

Maximum arc putters often benefit from a putter with maximum toe hang. These golfers should consider a short or long plumbers neck paired with an Array B-1 or any model with a slant neck.

Toe Hang Specifications

Model Single Bend Slant Short Plumber Long Plumber
B-1 30* 60* 45* 40*
F-1 Face Balanced 35* 25* 20*
F-2 Face Balanced 44* 25* 20*
F-3 Face Balanced 44* 25* 20*

DO YOU KNOW YOUR STROKE TYPE?

Your stroke is unique to you.

Determining your stroke type is critical to optimizing weight to control your speed.

Having consistent speed on the greens is one of the fastest ways to becoming a better putter. What variables impact speed?

  • Putter head weight
  • Internal shaft weight
  • Putter counterweight
  • Stroke type

STROKE TYPES EXPLAINED

Short Linear

Short Linear putters have short backstroke lengths and long follow-throughs. These golfers benefit from a lighter head with internal shaft weight above the hands.

Medium Linear

Medium Linear putters have slightly longer backstroke lengths and medium to matching follow- throughs. These golfers benefit from a slightly heavier head with internal shaft weight that is split below and above the hands.

Long Linear

Long Linear putters have a longer backstroke and an abbreviated follow-through with increased acceleration. These golfers benefit from a heavier head with little to no internal shaft weight.

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Specifications

Model Style Hand Hosel Alignment Line Length Head Weight Loft Lie
B-1 Wide Blade RH 4 Options Single Line, Single Dot 33-36" 335-385 g 3* 70*
F-1 Modern Mallet RH/LH 4 Options Interchangeable 33-36" 340-390 g 3* 70*
F-2 Winged Mallet RH/LH 4 Options Interchangeable 33-36" 340-390 g 3* 70*
F-3 Modified Mallet RH/LH 4 Options Interchangeable 33-36" 340-390 g 3* 70*

GRIP OPTIONS

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"In an hour, I was able to rediscover the feel and confidence on the greens I've been chasing for more than two decades. Putting is fun and exhilarating again."

- Carl M.

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"I could buy $100,000 worth of putters and not find one that performs as well as my Edel."

- Randy P.

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"I'm so happy with my new Array Putter that I had to buy one for my brother. I can honestly say that I've never been a confident putter, but thanks to my Edel I am now!"

- James M.

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"At the heart of Edel Golf is scoring improvement. With Array Putters, we give golfers the ability to uniquely customize their putter to match their tendencies. Golfers no longer have to settle for off-the-rack putters; Array Putters ensure a personalized fit for every player."

- Doug Coors, Owner & CEO of Edel Golf

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"All golfers have an aim bias. Every line and visible attribute of a putter drives one's eyes to a specific location and dictates where the golfer aims their putter based on his or her aim bias. This creates path deviations and face rotation challenges, among other compensations. Solving aim bias with a putter accurately suited to an individual is vital to consistently making putts."

- Mike Pai, CMO of Edel Golf

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