Ready to cut a few strokes off your score?
The first question is: Are you Right-Eye or Left-Eye dominant? (Straight shaft or offset)
Dominant eye test
Here’s a simple dominant eye test to determine which eye is your preferred eye:
Extend your arms out in front of you. Create a triangular opening between your thumbs and forefingers by placing your hands together at a 45-degree angle.
With both eyes open, center this triangular opening on a distant object — such as a wall clock or door knob.
Close your left eye.
If the object stays centered, your right eye (the one that’s open) is your dominant eye. If the object is no longer framed by your hands, your left eye is your dominant eye.
For a Right-Handed putter, if you are Left-Eye dominant, we recommend an offset-shaft. Offset shafts are only available in our Roundabout series. If you are Right-Eye dominant, we recommend a straight shaft (all options available).
For a Left-Handed putter, if you are Right-Eye dominant, we recommend an offset-shaft available in our Roundabout series. If you are Left-Eye dominant, we recommend a straight shaft (all options available).
Bermuda Triangle or Roundabout?
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