Thursday, June 1, 2023

Bloodline Golf Introduces Free New Putter Fitting on Its Website

– Bloodline Golf is pleased to announce that it is now offering free putter fitting on its website,

“One of the most important things you can do for your putting is to make sure your putter is properly fit for you,” said Brad Adams, Bloodline CEO. “The putter you use needs to fit your body type, size, and stroke mechanics. Getting fit will optimize your results with Bloodline by ensuring you are in the same position for every putt.”

“A study on putting showed that the number of putts that were made from 5 feet increased from 5.6 to 6.1 out of 10 when players used a putter that was correctly fit,” added Adams.

Bloodline offers three fitting methods for golfers to choose from whenever they are ready. Each method is currently free so it’s easy to get started on the path to becoming a better putter. Here is a quick breakdown of each method.

The Premium method requires that you have a tripod or a friend that can take a video of you setting up and taking a couple of strokes with your putter. You can email the video to Bloodline, and they will use JC Video software analysis and technology to make a recommendation for a putter that will fit you perfectly.

The DIY Custom Fitting method requires a tape measure and the ability to edit a picture on a smartphone. Directions on how to do this are included on the Bloodline website.

For the Starting Point method, Bloodline has put together a chart based on thousands of putter fittings that is very effective at predicting the starting point that will fit you. For many players, starting with just your height is extremely predictive of what specs will be a likely fit. 

For more details about Bloodline’s putter fitting and to choose the best method for you, visit

1 comment:

BlackmooreJoe said...

You talk about everything in a very interesting way. But practice shows that an ordinary beginner is unlikely to achieve a good result quickly. I never had time for serious training. I usually just watch the matches on TV and place bets - As far as I remember golf has always been in demand for betting.