Best Left-Handed Putters 2024

Check out our guide on the best left-handed putters!

Best Left-Handed Putters
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Best Left-Handed Putters

If you're a left-handed golfer, you don't need us to tell you that finding readily available stock of left-handed golf clubs is a tough task. But that's where we're here to help! This list of the best putters for left-handers will discuss what makes a good putter for those lefties out there, as well as discuss the all-important availability of left-handed putters.

Most putters, including some of those featured in our best putters list - will be available in left-handed versions, but these often require a custom fit and a long wait from a manufacturer. For example, the best TaylorMade putters, best Odyssey putters and best Ping putters will, generally, have most of their putter models in a left-handed variation when custom ordered. You'll find many of the best Scotty Cameron putters only have a handful of left-handed options. 

Here, we will focus on a number of putters you can get a custom fit for, but also some left-handed putters that we've found that are readily available and in stock to get your hands on quickly. We've included an excellent group of putters in this guide ranging in price and shape to suit all budgets and all putting strokes. Why not also take a look at our comprehensive guide on how to choose a putter too! 

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Blade putters

Evnroll ER2V Putter with grass background

Reasons to buy

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Premium looks and a soft feel
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Interchangeable neck system for a custom fit

Reasons to avoid

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Ball comes off slower than most other putters

Evnroll has determined that golfers can significantly improve their putting by simply having a putter with the correct hosel to create optimized offset, toe hang and visual setup behind the ball at address. Armed with this knowledge, Evnroll has created the V-Series to offer golfers their preferred hosel on the Evnroll head design and in the orientation that'll match up to their stroke arc. This was our favorite overall putter of 2021, making it a compelling option should you be in the market for a new left-handed putter. Within the range there are three models each in four neck options, so you should be able to find one that suits your stroke. Do that and you're certain to enjoy the roll and consistency of these putters.

Ping PLD Anser Putter

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Reasons to buy

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Classic design
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Premium materials & feel
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Great grip

Reasons to avoid

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No alignment line

The Ping Anser is the father of the modern blade putter and as no range of Ping putters would be complete without an Anser model, Ping has included not one, but two Ansers in their 2022 PLD range of putters. And we can safely say they've produced two stunning-looking putters, the PLD Anser and the PLD Anser 2, which use Ping's new milled steel technology to help the club provide a better feel on impact. 

The PLD Anser comes in an all-black matte finish and features a graphite shaft that interestingly does not feel any different from the steel shaft you will find on the PLD Anser 2 model. While this is a very sleek-looking putter, it doesn't feature an alignment tool. If that's a deal-breaker for you, then don't fret, as the PLD Anser 2 model is very similar in design but comes in a brushed steel finish that has a center alignment line on its back to help improve your accuracy. We were so impressed with the PLD Anser models that we have chosen to include them in our best blade putters guide.

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Reasons to buy

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Soft feel with good speed
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Lots of head and grip options

Reasons to avoid

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Stock grip no longer adjusts shaft length

Ping is another great brand that manufactures plenty of left-handed putters and its newest 2021 range of putters is no different. We highlighted the 2021 Anser 4 model as one of the best blade on the market right now and we've spotted plenty of these available in left-hand models too. The Anser 4 is a pure blade with a short slant hosel that sets up really nicely behind the ball. The small white sightline really stands out and the soft feel off the face combined with good speed and roll properties really impressed us when testing.

Ping has also introduced a new dual-durometer Pebax face insert. The front layer is softer for precision on shorter putts while the back layer is firmer to provide good speed and distance control. And compared other models on the market, this is one of the softer faces and is ideal if you putt on really fast greens. If you're more of a mallet fan, we'd recommend the Fetch or Tyne 4 models from the 2021 range - also easily available in left-handed options.

Cobra King Vintage Sport-60 Putter Review

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Reasons to buy

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Premium looks and consistent performance from all lengths of putt
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Surprisingly stable for a blade

Reasons to avoid

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Firm and clicky sound

The Cobra King Vintage putters come in a range of shapes with a 6061 aluminum face insert for better feel. The face features the Descending Loft Technology that SIK putters have to improve the roll of the ball however you strike it. Weights in the heel and toe improve the MOI of this blade style putter to make it surprisingly stable for a blade style putter. It comes in both left and right-handed putters and if you factor in the price point, performance and shot-tracking capabilities this offering from Cobra delivers, it comes out a mightly appealing option for golfers looking to stop three putting. It also comes with a very cool black and green aesthetic - making it one of the sleekest and best looking putters on this list.

SIK Pro C Putter with grass background

Reasons to buy

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Consistent performance
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Firm but solid, pleasing feel

Reasons to avoid

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Doesn't look as premium as it costs

Technology is at the heart of the putter brand used by Bryson DeChambeau. The Pro C is a traditional blade-style profile with a raw-looking finish that doesn’t have the premium look you expect given the price tag. The descending loft on the face helps to produce more consistent launch angles and consequent roll on different lengths of putt. SIK putters are premium priced, but deliver the performance to match. The adjustable shaft/hosel option plus the big focus on custom fitting means golfers can get more dialed in with what suits their stroke.

Mallet putters

TaylorMade Spider GT PutterEditors Choice 2022

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Reasons to buy

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High MOI in a compact head
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Excellent insert sound and feel
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Stylish design 
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Good choice of hosels

Reasons to avoid

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Alignment line could be longer

The flagship of TaylorMade's new line of Spider putters, the Spider GT recently featured in our Editors Choice awards for 2022, as a high-performance putter that provides excellent stability and responsivity on the greens. The club has been updated from the Spider X which was made of a predominantly steel frame that had tungsten weights in its rear corners. The Spider GT now looks to improve the distribution of weight on the club more, through its two steel wings, which move the weight of the club away from its center to increase its MOI and make it more stable through impact.

On testing, we felt the putter provides a good roll and felt solid on impact thanks also to its new Pure Roll 2 face insert. As for style, TaylorMade have given this offering a very sleek, sci-fi finish, which adds to the overall quality of the club. Its top aluminum plate comes in red, silver or black, and when flipped over, you'll reveal the bright red and yellow Spider logo which completes the great finish this club has. From its performance enhancing qualities to its sleek aesthetic, we loved playing with this club and regard it as one of the best putters for left-handed golfers currently available.  

Odyssey Eleven putterEditors Choice 2022

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Reasons to buy

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Confidence inspiring shape
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Good alignment line options
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Great grip

Reasons to avoid

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Prefer darker head across all models

A very stable and high MOI putter with a good choice of hosels, the Odyssey is a must consider if you're a high handicapper who is looking to shave shots off your round. The putter simply looks and feels the part. Its brushed-steel finish, sleek design and handy alignment tool all combine to make this a very good-looking piece of kit. 

In terms of its performance, the putter boasts a traditional, White Hot face insert that delivers an excellent feel and seems to suit mallet putters very well. Meanwhile, the clubhead features several heavyweight steel weights in each of its back corners, which aim to keep the center of gravity on the club forward, which helps to produce a smooth ball roll off the face of the club. That also means it is a lot lighter than a steel shaft and combines well with the Eleven clubhead to produce a fluid putting stroke. As one of the best Odyssey putters on the market, it is both a very forgiving and stylish club that high-handicappers can benefit from. 

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 12 2022 PutterEditors Choice 2022

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Reasons to buy

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High MOI design feels light to use
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Better alignment design
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All metal face design

Reasons to avoid

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No choice of hosel options

The flagship model of their 2022 range of putters, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X 12 putter is one of the highest MOI clubs on this list. While this is one of the best Scotty Cameron putters in recent memory, if you're keen to check out some of the other putters the brand has available, take a look at our guide on the best Scotty Cameron putters. As you can see from the image above, the putter has a unique star-shaped design that boasts a black aluminum face that is supported by heavier stainless steel sections on either side. This distributes the weight of the club out to its extremities, moving the center of gravity away from its center, providing superb forgiveness and a superb feeling on impact. 

That combination of brushed steel and black metal also gives the club a very crisp and stylish finish. The putter also has a very clear alignment tool stretching right the way down its back and that can be used in conjunction with its T-shaped aluminum body to help strike more square through the ball. Overall this is one of the best-looking left-handed putters on the market and provides exceptional forgiveness and a brilliant feel of the clubface. 

PXG Battle Ready Blackjack Putter

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