What is the recommended lie angle for an armlock putter?
What is the recommended lie angle for an Arm Lock Putter? The default lie angle is 72 degrees in most cases. However, Ping has an option with a 70 degree lie angle, and SIK’s range of Armlock putters start range 75-80 degrees. So should you make the Switch?
Should you use an arm-lock putter on the Greens?
An arm-lock putter very well could turn your game on the greens into a strength, particularly if you want to reduce tension between you and the club and simplify your stroke. Just be aware of what you’re trying to accomplish as you attempt to do your best Webb Simpson impression.
What is arm lock putting and should you try it?
What is Arm Lock Putting? Arm Lock Golf putting was created and approved for official play by the USGA after the ban of using an “anchor point” while putting in 2016. “Traditional” Arm Lock putters require golfers to purchase an expensive $300-$400 dedicated putter to use the Arm Lock Technique.
How much does an arm lock putter cost?
“Traditional” Arm Lock putters require golfers to purchase an expensive $300-$400 dedicated putter to use the Arm Lock Technique. Our AL Series Putter Grips (AL2 and CVTR) will convert ANY putter you already own to an Arm-Lock putter by just changing the grip.