Science of Putting is the relation between physics and the golfer. From the putting stroke kinematics, the interaction to the putter design, personal preference, and playing conditions.
Based from researches and studies, identifying various data from alignment, impact position, path, face rotation & its relation to path, rise angle, position of club at impact, tempo, impact ratio, and overall consistency of putting strokes.
We are able to find the ARE SO FIT for every golfer, no matter the skill level.
The center of gravity (CG) is the perfect balance point on the putterhead. The CG can then be projected perpendicular to the putterface, helping define the location of the sweet spot. The CG also affects the golf ball launch conditions at impact. Blade-style putters have a CG closer to the face and mallet putters have a deeper CG. A deeper and lower CG creates forward roll and helps improve distance control and accuracy.