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Ever walked into a golf store, laid eyes on a putter and fallen in love immediately? 

We all have. Look and feel are traditionally the most important factors when picking up a new stick for the greens.

However, a new easy on the eye putter doesn’t necessarily mean you are going to start draining putts on a regular basis.

Ross Munro – a PGA professional and a member of the golfclubs4cash.com team, pictured below – explains: “Whilst look and feel are important factors, it is equally important to select a putter that’s suited to your own putting stroke.

“If your putting stroke has an open to close rotation through it, then a traditional Ping Anser style putter may be best for you. 

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“Alternatively, if you tend to have a square to square putting stroke then a face-balanced mallet style putter may equally be more suitable for you.”

If you’re unsure as to what style of putting stroke you have, one of the GolfClubs4Cash PGA pros will be able to advise you on what putter you should be adding to your bag. That level of expertise is just one of the things that makes them so popular.

The Edinburgh-based retailer offers competitively priced second-hand golf clubs and other items to help you get the most out of your game, whilst also offering a buy or part-exchange service for those with clubs to sell.

From putters to drivers, ladies’ clubs to gear for left-handers, and shafts to bags, golfclubs4cash.com is your one-stop shop for fantastic golf gear at prices you just can’t ignore.

There are, quite literally, hundreds of individual pieces of equipment to browse and buy online right now.

Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it at golfclubs4cash.com.

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