Full List of Arm Lock Putters
The truth is, if you’re looking at Arm Lock putters, you probably have a small (or large) case of the yips. When you step up to a short putt, fear courses through your body, even during casual rounds with your best mates. Where most people view a 3 footer as a tap in, you feel a deep sense of anxiety every time you’re left with anything longer than shoe length.
It’s okay. Losing your confidence on the greens has happened to some of the best players that have ever lived. The great Ben Hogan became so bad in his later years, he started arguing for putting to be removed from the sport. Ernie Els is another prime example of a golfing genius turned into an average performer primarily because he lost the ability to sink short putts consistently.
Thankfully, Arm Lock Putters can be a Godsend for golfers that need a reliable putting stroke that can withstand the internal pressure that dominates their mind every time they step up to a short putt. They’re also good for long putts, but it’s the stability and face control they provide on shorter putts that really separates them from normal putters.
Now let’s take a detailed look at all the Best Arm Lock Putters currently available.
Odyssey V-Line Arm Lock Putter
White Hot Microhinge: Legendary White Hot feel returns, now packed with Microhinge technology. The Callaway White Hot insert is highly engineered for improved sound and feel. Microhinge roll technology promotes immediate forward roll to improve speed and control.
Adjustable Weighting: The sole of the Odyssey V-line Arm Lock putter features adjustable weight screws to enhance stability for a more consistent stroke. It includes two 15 gram weight screws.
Elongated Shaft: The Arm Lock models are available in 40” and 42”.
The Odyssey V-Line Arm Lock putter is currently gamed by Webb Simpson. It has completely revolutionized his putting game after the broomstick putter ban in 2016. It’s also a great option for people that like mallet putters with simple alignment features.
Odyssey Double Wide Arm Lock Putter
The Odyssey Double Wide Arm Lock Putter has an elongated shaft and 7 degrees of loft allow the shaft to rest against the inside of the golfer’s left arm without anchoring to the golfer’s body. If you want more confidence from a long putter, you need to roll an Arm Lock.
White Hot Microhinge: Legendary White Hot feel returns, now packed with Microhinge technology. Callaway’s new White Hot insert is highly engineered for improved sound and feel. Microhinge roll technology promotes immediate forward roll to improve speed and control.
Adjustable Weighting: The sole of Odysey Arm Lock Double Wide putter features adjustable weight screws to enhance stability for a more consistent stroke. The Arm Lock model includes two 15 gram weight screws.
Odyssey Stroke Lab Black Big Seven Arm Lock Putter
Stroke Lab Weighting To Improve Your Stroke: The innovative multi-material shaft saves 40 grams of weight, which is redistributed to the head and grip end of the putter. This completely re-balances the putter for improved tempo and consistency in the stroke, and this major-winning technology continues to dominate on Tours around the world.
Microhinge Star Insert For Outstanding Feel, Sound and Roll: Provides a firmer feel and enhanced sound at impact while maintaining the same roll benefits of their Tour-proven White Hot Microhinge Insert. It’s already the choice of some of the best player’s in the world.
Rich Black Finish: The combination of an elegant black PVD and coating give these high performance Stroke Lab Putters a clean, rich and premium look.
Bettinardi Studio Stock 28 Slotback Armlock Putter
The first-ever Studio Stock 28 Slotback was designed to offer an impressive crossover between blade and mini-mallet.
Robert Bettinardi worked with 9-time PGA Tour winner, and long-time brand advocate Matt Kuchar since 2011 to perfect the Armlock putting technique. The 2019 SS28 Slotback Armlock version is a refined model from his popular SS28 Armlock model with a milling a slot in the rear flange in order to frame the ball perfectly and allow for maximum forgiveness at impact.
The Studio Stock 28 Slotback Armlock was engineered with a single bend shaft and square profile with greater perimeter weighting and higher MOI characteristics. With feedback from major champions, Robert Bettinardi milled his F.I.T. Face 20% deeper for an even softer feel at impact. A stunning hand-polished platinum finish gives the SS28 SB a durable and clean appearance, sure to inspire confidence on the greens!
Ping Heppler Piper Arm Lock Putter
A mid-mallet is the predominant putter style among armlock players for its desirable head shape, and this Piper relies on the same low-CG, high-MOI, heel-toe weighted Piper C head. The difference is a non-adjustable double-bend shaft that attaches heel-side as opposed to the center, a 21-inch grip, and 6° standard loft.
SIK Pro C-Series Arm Lock Putter
The Pro C-Series Armlock is the putter that Bryson DeChambeau used to win 5 times on the PGA Tour and once on the European Tour from 2017-2019. The head weighs 370 grams with the Armlock-Plumber’s Neck.
Descending Loft Technology™ is our patented putter face technology. We have four flat surfaces that are milled into our putter face. Each plane descends in loft by 1° from the top of the face to the bottom of the face. When your shaft is pressed at impact the ball contact will be higher on the face, same is true in reverse. DLT delivers consistent launch angles from putt to putt which lead to more consistent and predictable rolls.
SIK DW C-Series Arm Lock Putter
The SIK DW is basically the Pro aesthetic (classic anser style) from address with double the width. This allows for the advantages of a mallet (MOI) with the look of a blade.The head weighs 390 grams with a Armlock-Plumber’s neck.
SIK Flo C-Series Arm Lock Putter
The SIK Flo, while aesthetically unorthodox, is a definite performer with its high MOI. The Flo is weighs at just over 415g with the Armlock-Plumber’s Neck.
We have outlined all the best arm lock putters currently available.
Now it’s up to you decide if you are willing to commit to the arm lock putting style. If you aren’t quite sure if arm lock putting is for you, ask yourself the following question.
Do you feel confident over 3 foot putts?
If the answer to that is no, Arm Lock putting could be the antidote you need. Committing to this particular putting technique can save professional golf careers (Webb Simpson is a prime example). There are also plenty of amateur golfers that have made the switch, while quietly acknowledge that it almost feels like cheating. That’s how big a difference arm lock putters can make in amateur players with unstable putting strokes.
With that being said, there is no guarantee that Arm Lock putting will be the perfect cure for you. The only way to truly find out is to give it a shot. If you’re ready to do it, good luck, and may the golfing gods be with you.