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.
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
DO YOU KNOW YOUR STROKE?
Determining your stroke type is critical to optimizing weight to control your speed.
Having consistent speed on the greens is the fastest way to becoming a better putter. What variables impact speed?
- Putter head weight
- Internal shaft weight
- Putter counterweight
- Stroke type
STROKE TYPES EXPLAINED
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 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 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.
"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
"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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Toe Hang Specifications
With the Array Putter line, we offer multiple proprietary grip options, including a full round option that our studies show can help you aim to your target more consistently. Stock options include a round standard or slim and a flat panel standard or slim.
We pride ourselves on the development of our fitting systems to find you the perfect fitted golf clubs. Constantly innovating our process and continuing to educate our Certified Fitters allows us to trust that we are making you clubs that will stay in your bag for seasons to come. Find one near you and become a scoring leader.FIND YOUR FITTER