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Four Of The Best Putters For $100 Or Less

Pack up your golf bags and put on your best golf outfit as we list down the best putters that will not break your bank.

A nice putter will give your golf vibes a good swing, but a decent OEM can cost about $300. A good putter for $100 or less is there, it is just hard to find one. To save you time and energy, we have listed the four best putters under $100.

So pack up your golf clubs and put on your fanciest golf outfit as we scourge the market for the best and affordable putter for $100 or less!

Odyssey

Odyssey is almost synonymous to value in the putter market. Do not let the affordability of the brand deceive you. They continually release on-trend and update putter. If you are looking for variations, they have it. From a soft insert, firm insert, high MOI, to blade style, Odyssey has it. But the game-changer for this brand is the 2-Ball.

Browse Odyssey putters at Golf Avenue. 

TaylorMade

While TaylorMade is not really popular in the putter game, their Rossa and then the AGSI and AGSI+ series is one of the best in the market. The Ghost series stands out with the elegant blade to high MOI mallets for that modern look.

Browse TaylorMade models at Golf Avenue

YES!

As mentioned earlier, a good quality putter priced at $100 or below is hard to come by. YES! is one of those brands, generally in the golf equipment category. Unfortunately, this brand may be permanently hard to find as they shut down last 2010. However, the brand’s classic putter with unique C-Groove technology is always on the best list.

Browse Yes! models at Golf Avenue.

Ping

Ping perhaps can be categorized as one of the pioneers in the putter market. If you want to find putters for a little less than $100, opt for their classic models, four to five model generations earlier and you will find treasure.

Browse Ping models at Golf Avenue. 

Written by SarahGreen

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