Description The straightforward visual lines make this type of putter easy to align accurately especially from short and medium distances. However this style of putter has very little forgiveness. If struck slightly off center there is little help coming from heel/toe weighting. Thus hundreds of heel/toe-weighted putters were designed to give us a greater Moment Of Inertia and some forgiveness in this area. The problem with these putters is they lose the visual simplicity of the blade type of putter and are more difficult to align properly because they draw the eye where it shouldn’t go. I believe I have solved both problems with an elegant method of combining the best features of both styles.