Sorry, didn't see that post. Would be interesting to see them side by side. Part of me wonders if this had the name Scotty Cameron or Bettinardi behind it if people would question it as much? I understand people are skeptical, but I truly think when people experience it they will see it is nothing like any other products on the market. I don't think I have heard him use the word torque balanced though. All I know is that between the new grip that he got approved by the USGA and the putter head I have never rolled in more putts. I have done fittings for +3 up to 25 handicap golfers and they can't believe how easy this putter gets the ball on line. He is probably going to send one in for review, just busy at the Reno Tahoe this week.
Why are you making more putts? Are you able to roll the ball on your line and you didn't with other putters due to a better stroke with this putter? Is the ball rolling better and sooner off of the putter face? Are you more accurate with your aim?
Maybe there are putters that would make me improve in those areas (can't say) but a very, very high percentage of the putts I miss are due to a bad read or not matching the correct speed to the read. Very, very seldom do I miss putts because they don't roll well or not start on my intended line.
The best putter money can buy wouldn't help me make more correct reads. Even if a putter guaranteed I would never miss a putt that I read correctly those made putts would only account for a small portion of my missed putts.