A putt that doesn’t hop, skip, jump and otherwise annoy on the way to the hole? That would be utopian.
That’s what Scott Saunders and Michael Hillis of Utopia,
Saunders and Hillis, founders of Utopia Golf Products, had a different solution. Their idea was to build a putterface engineered so that the contact point is a ridge – what Utopia calls “The Edge.” It’s positioned to strike the ball above its equator, which Utopia says will encourage an early forward roll.
The idea raised some eyebrows at the PGA Fall Expo in
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