What it does: By removing weight from the toe, this blade design eschews the concepts of toe hang and face balance that pre-occupy many putter designers. Instead, the lack of weight in the toe creates a putter that moves more naturally, Edel believes, requiring less
manipulation than traditionally weighted putters.

Why we like it: A good idea isn’t enough. Real differences require a deeper execution, especially in fitting. Edel is a thought leader here, looking at everything from the amount of weight in the heel (there are five separate weights) to the right offset to the right sightline (Edel has nine of them) and even that funky-but-functional round grip. When those elements are right, the more natural stroke promised by its unique toe becomes less theory and more reality.

Specs 2 models; head weight 340-360 grams; length 33-36 inches

Reviewer profile

“Good balance and feel. I don’t have to manipulate the head. You make a motion, and the ball just gets in the way.”

– Player comment

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