Just a Little More Shaft Length is Tech Enough for Tour Players with the Belly Putter

There’s nothing like gear innovations that improve results using very old technology. In baseball, fielder’s mitts the size of shopping bags provide a good example–we see them now wonder if mitt-makers couldn’t have fashioned such gloves long ago (instead of those compact, pillow-like mitts with three fingers). The long putter is golf’s equivalent, and PGA Tour observer David Barrett, of our affiliate site TheAPosition.com, surveys the scene and  writes about this old idea gaining ground, even among younger players.

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