Ashdon Putters Stop putting Yips

You know that feeling?

That feeling right after your putter strikes the ball: "Argh, I pulled it" or "Dang, I pushed it"

Engineers & Architects know that the two strongest forms of engineering are a triangle and circle. These two geometric designs are what support and stabilize buildings and bridges.

Ashdon putters use these connections to stabilize the putter during the back swing.

With improved balance and an enlarged sweet spot, those dreaded yips are eliminated.

How many strokes are your yips costing you?

If you can play a round of golf and knock off two strokes per side by eliminating three-putting and by making that extra three footer, you are improving your game just because of better equipment.

That is the mission of Ashdon Golf.

Ashdon putters are USGA approved.


"No 3-putts"

"First time out no three putts! Perfect weight! It looks like I will like your putter better than the 25 putters I already have." —Robert, Seal Beach, CA

"I've cut 5-10 strokes"

"Ron, I enjoyed meeting you on the practice green at the Marriott Desert Springs. I especially want to thank you for introducing me to your exceptional putter. I have put away my other five putters and cut at least five to ten strokes off my score card. The Bermuda Triangle Putter is everything you held it out to be. I love it!" —Louis E. Spomer, Denver, CO

"The best putter I've ever used"

"I bought my Bermuda Triangle Putter 3 years ago and I still love it. I am offered free putters all the time, but I would never consider changing. Your putter is the best putter I have ever used." —Denis Zegar

"I have an unfair advantage"

"I can't say enough about the Bermuda Triangle Putter, other than I've tried just about every putter on the market and keep coming back to my trusted Bermuda Triangle. When I use it I know I have an unfair advantage. In fact, I just bought another one as a backup...I don't ever want to be without it." —Bob Slapin

"It actually did cut about 5 strokes from my score"

"Ron, I purchased one of your putters at the Westlake putting green last week. I've used it three of four times since then and it actually did cut about 5 strokes from my score. I now look forward to putting." —Dick Prezzano