THE MOST COMPLETE PUTTER
FIT IN THE INDUSTRY
With over 80,000 possible putter component combinations, the options are endless:
- Five distinct head shapes
- Five putter head weights
- Three different counterweight options
- Ten interchangeable alignment plates
- Four hosel conﬁgurations
- Limitless weighting options via the Tour Lock Opti-Vibe Weighting Systems
It’s your aim. It’s your stroke. It’s your fit.
FIND THE RIGHT PUTTER
FOR YOUR GAME
A traditional blade shape with an innovative flare, the EAS 1.0 head shape is designed with parallel lines to help right aimers aim left.
A traditional blade shape with a plumber’s neck hosel but with the unique trait of being face balanced.
A modified blade coupled with a concave radius on the back edge, the EAS 2.0 shifts your focus to the middle of the putter, resulting in a neutral aiming putter ideal for many golfers.
A progressive mallet shaped with the traditional features of a mallet and the most internal perpendicular lines of a blade to help both left and right aimers.
The EAS 5.0 head shape is designed as a true mallet shape that shifts your focus forward and helps left aimers aim right.
AIM BIAS 101
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
YOUR AIM UNCOVERED
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?
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.
UNRIVALED PRECISION AND PERFORMANCE
- Machined 303 Japanese Stainless Steel
- Hex machined face to create friction and incite forward roll
- Interchangeable, lightweight aluminum alignment plate
THE NEXT INNOVATION IN TORQUE
The EAS family features Edel Golf’s revolutionary torque balanced technology. Torque balanced technology removes weight from the toe of the putter to create a “toe-up” balance point.
How does this help you?
- Signiﬁcantly reduces the negative effects of torque
- Promotes a smoother and more consistent stroke
- Allows the putter head a greater opportunity to return to square at impact
- Ideal for all stroke types
With the EAS line of putters, 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