Tour Edge Backdraft B1 Putters

Tour Edge Backdraft B1 Putters 

DESCRIPTION

Each Backdraft has an aluminum absorption bar directly behind the sweet spot. The bar minimizes vibration caused by the ball's impact for remarkable responsiveness and feel. For perfect alignment, the absorption bar is the same width as a golf ball and features a centered sight line.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 18, 2009]
putt for money
Shoots in the 70s

i bought the b1 putter for years ago. im going to buy another one just in case. i will always use this putter. has a huge sweet spot. i put a very winn grip on it to keep my wrist strait, and that has made me deadly accurite with the putter. in this economy who the hell can spend 100 or more dollars on a putter,not me. for around 40 bucks the b1 putter has gotten me away from 3 putts, no bs. i not a pro, just looking to help another average joe lower his/her score. buy the b1, you wont be sorry/

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5
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5
[Sep 26, 2008]
jp2876
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge B5 Backdraft Putter

I was in search of a new putter and tried this one out at a golf shop along with about 10 others that were far more expensive. Putting is (was) by far the worst part of my game.

Somehow this putter just felt good and I seemed to be sinking a much greater percentage of putts than any of the others. And of course the $39.95 price tag was more half the price of any of the ohter putters I tried out.

So I bought it and I can safely say my handicap has dropped about 3 strokes. I just feel very confident with it. It's always been the putts inside 4 feet that really scare me. Not anymore.

Amazingly, I went back to the same proshop a year later, waiting for my foursome to arrive. So I decided to try out more putters and again, I tried a backdraft putter (a different model of it) and was once again sinking a much greater percentage of putts than the far more expensive putters.

I would recommend this to anybody who doesn't have to have the most expensive, name putter on the market.

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5
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5
[Jul 25, 2006]
BCL
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Backdraft 1

I bought this putter for $50 and I instantly went out and practised with it. The putter has a straight line on it so I can have precise putts. My putting has never been good but now it could say its the best part of my game. I feel so confident when i go up to putt. I would definetely consider this putter or any other backdraft putters from Tour Edge which is a very underrated brand.

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5
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5
[Feb 23, 2006]
garyupti
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Backdraft 1

I was not planning on buying anything in the pro shop especially a putter. But, I saw a $50 price tag on this putter and decided to try it. It aligns very easily and provides a great sight line to the hole or you aimpoint. Within 6 feet you feel like you can aim at a blade of grass and hit it. It feels a litter harder than some other putters but the results far outweigh my issue with the feel. This putter breeds confidence and I have tried the most popular but still prefer this. It also helps you on offcenter hits. Offcenter hits are much closer than they should be. Great putter, great price.

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5
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5
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