Different looks, same specs

If you are a tinkerer who likes to switch things up, Na says  says to build a putter lineup two or three putters. But when you do, it’s important that each putter in your lineup is the same length, lie and weight.

“Changing putters a little bit here and there, to give yourself a different look when you’re struggling, is good,” Na says. “But if you’re constantly going from one extreme to the other, and you don’t have one go-to putter, I’m not a fan of that.”

He continues:

“Give yourself a blade, a mallet, and maybe one other, but try to make sure they’re all the same length, and all the same swing weight. Because if you change length and swing weight, then your stroke is going to change. You just want a new look, you’re not trying to change everything. If you have the same swing weight putter, and the same loft and the same length, you can be a lot more consistent whenever you do decide to switch.”

As for Na’s current Toulon Madison that he set the record with? That’s not going anywhere anytime soon.

“I’m not much of a tinkerer, once I find something I like I usually give it a couple of years,” he says. “I think I’m set for a while.”

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