The best putters for under £150
There are hundreds if not thousands of head shape, alignment aids, and neck options available when you’re looking for a new putter. We’ve raided the warehouse to pick our five putters, all available for under £150.
- Best for alignment, Odyssey Triple Track 2-Ball
- Best for putting purists, TaylorMade TP Collection Juno
- Best all-rounder, TaylorMade Spider Tour
- Best for value, Wilson Staff Infinite Windy City
- Best for stability, Scotty Cameron Futura X
Best for alignment, Odyssey Triple Track 2-Ball
It’s the dual alignment aid that make this putter stand out but for anyone looking for a new putter under £150, the Triple Track 2-Ball putter from Odyssey is like having 4 putters in one.
You get the legendary 2-Ball alignment technology. On top of this you get Callaway’s Triple Track across the top of the putter. There is also Micro-Hinge technology in the face for superior distance control. And finally, a Stroke Lab shaft to improve balance and feel through the stoke.
One of the best features though is the fact it will suit all types of golfer – from beginner to the elite level. Whether you think your putter is the most important club in your bag or not, it will be hitting the most important shots. The 2-Ball will make sure you’re fully comfortable and confident over the ball.
The single bend shaft makes this a face balance putter so if you have a straight back and through stroke, or looking for some stability on shorter putts, give the Odyssey Triple Track 2-Ball a try.
What you’ll love about the Odyssey Triple Track 2-Ball:
Best for putting purists, TaylorMade TP Collection Juno
If a super stable mallet style putter is not what you’re looking for, then how a classic blade which one The Open Championship in 2021? That’s right, Collin Morikawa used the TaylorMade TP Collection Juno putter to lift the Claret Jug at Royal St Georges.
This blade-style putter is shaped with squared and compact contours to mirror its precise mechanical construction, while TaylorMade’s Pure Roll insert provides exceptional feel.
If you’re after a classic blade have a closer look at the Juno. A short, single sightline on top provides clean and simple alignment. A slight toe hang and a full shaft offset will fit the stroke of golfers who prefer to release the toe through impact.
What you’ll love about the TaylorMade TP Juno putter:
Best all-rounder, TaylorMade Spider Tour
Sticking with TaylorMade and simply one of the most successful putters of the past decade, the Spider Tour. Available in Black or Red this is the putter which changed the fortunes of Jason Day at first, and then Dustin Johnson, and then TaylorMade. The Spider Tour turned them into a real contender in the putter space.
Traditionally when buying a putter if you wanted feel and flow you went for a blade, and if you wanted stability and security in your stroke you opted for a mallet. The Spider Tour changed that thinking.
The addition of TaylorMade’s Short Slant hosel added about 20-degrees of toe hang to a putter which was built for stability. This allowed golfers who have an arcing stroke to get the benefits of a mallet putter, without having to compromise their stroke.
If you’re a traditional blade user but have always wanted to try a mallet putter then the Spider Tour might just be what you’ve been looking for. There will be enough flow in the stroke it wont feel too alien, but there will be more stability thanks to the mallet style design.
They said you can’t have it all, well you can with the Spider Tour putter.
What you’ll love about the TaylorMade Spider Tour putter:
Best for value, Wilson Staff Infinite Windy City
The Wilson Staff Infinite putters provide sensational value if you’re looking to upgrade your putter. They look premium with a black PVD finish and milled face and are packed with technology, but don’t carry the price point they perhaps should.
The Windy City model is a traditional blade in the Anser style. A plumber's neck with a full shaft of offset will suit the putting purists looking to putt with feel or with an open and closing door type stroke.
A heavier grip as standard moves the balance point closer to the hands for a smoother, more controlled putting stroke. A double milled face promotes consistent impact, roll and distance control. The ultra dark PVD finish to reduces glare and somewhat hides the oversize design which limits rotation during stroke.
And all for under £100!
What you’ll love about the Wilson Staff Windy City putter:
Best for stability, Scotty Cameron Futura X
A Scotty Cameron for under £150? Why not!
This is not your traditional Scotty Cameron, though. The Futura X is part of their increasingly popular mallet offering which combines stability and forgiveness with the feel and performance golfers expect from a putter carrying the Scotty Cameron name.
The Futura X is precision milled from high grade 6061 aluminium and combines a rear balance bar with deep heel and toe weights. The result is a deep CG for stability throughout the stroke and solid feel at impact.
This a big putter but it does not feel it. The weight is located behind the hands so it feels stable but not heavy during the stroke.
The Futura X also bring Major pedigree, too. Adam Scott, used a prototype version of the putter in winning The Masters in 2013.
So, if you’ve always wanted a Scotty Cameron but thought they’re not for you as you need some help and forgiveness, the Futura X might be the putter you’ve been looking for.
What you’ll love about the Scotty Cameron Futura X putter:
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