Originally Posted by LBlack14
"Putter fitting"......gimme a break.
A skilled putter fitter looks at: shaft length, loft, lie, and swing weight. I got adjustments in all four areas a couple of seasons ago on my Ping Pal, and now get better roll and don't always miss to the left.
For years I used an Acushnet Bullseye putter, and would have good days and bad days. Finally ditched it for a MacGregor model. Played around with the Bullseye this winter, and discovered it had too upright a lie for my putting stance, and was a bit too long.
In the old days you just tested a few putters until you found one you thought you liked, and took it from there. Not too much bending, etc. And certainly you didn't input six data points about your game into the magic software and get three finalists recommended by Odyssey.
If you found the putter right away, congrats! Most of us don't...