ARGOLF brings left-handed putters to the greens

ARGOLF brings left-handed putters to the greens


“Where can I find the best left-handed putter?” is THE question most of our beginner left-handed golfers are asking themselves right now.

Golf is a very peculiar sport. As a left-handed golfer, you probably already started your research to get the right clubs that are properly fitted to your stroke. In the odd chance that you haven’t stepped foot on the green yet, you may even still be in the discovery phase of your putting stroke.


Founded in 2010, the company made the decision to produce their putters and irons in Brittany, France. To honor the strong identity of this region, they also decided to name their putters after the Arthurian legend; there’s ARTHUR, LANCELOT, MERLIN, and even MORDRED. In a way, you could say that ARGOLF is selling legends; but let’s focus on what’s at stake here: the expertise that is put in the creation of each putter and why they are the right fit for you.

Each putter and iron sold is made-to-measure. This basically means that whatever you envision for your club, you can get. Of course, each club is made with the best materials available on the market and titanium is one of them (if you’re willing to pay the price). All this to say that if you want a left-handed putter, you can get it and it will make you feel the difference! Even though left-handed players account for about 10% of the population, companies like ARGOLF still take the time to craft left-handed putters when players ask for them.


This is the meat of the article. This is what you have all been looking for. “Are there advantages when playing with a left-handed putter?” There is no quick answer since all answers are subjective to the player. Whether you are a newbie or an old-timer trying to perfect your stroke, you may know that being categorized as a “lefty” comes with a few pros and cons. The major one being that you stand on the other side of the ball. There is absolutely no negative connotation that comes with being a left-handed player. However, the complications come in when you try to learn the art of golf. The vast majority of instructions meant to help you learn faster, actually slow you down for the simple reason that they are made for right-handed players. Another point is that equipment can be tricky. We slightly touched on it earlier, but equipment for left-handed golfers tends to be more rare when you’re in the mood of buying golf clubs. This being said, left-handed players often tend to have a different approach on the green. It is for this reason that getting your hands on a left-handed putter may be slightly more difficult to achieve. Since the golfer plays the ball from a different angle, the crafting process is totally different when creating the putter.

Enough, let’s get you in the right state of mind to achieve the perfect left-handed putting stroke. Even though being a “lefty” has its pros and cons, some will make you feel the difference on the greens. We even decided to set aside a few tips to help you work on your stroke as a left-handed golfer. One of these tips (the most important one if you ask us) is where to buy your equipment.


As mentioned earlier, getting your hands on a left-handed golf club can be difficult at times. Most of the time you have to wait even longer for the latest club and latest technology. Here’s when your life gets a thousand times better.

What if we were to tell you that ARGOLF can accommodate the latest technology, the finest milling precision and bring you the latest left-handed putter? On your end, there’s not much for you to do besides booking a fitting appointment with one of our experts. Once that is done, all you need to do is show up to the Sunday meetup with a brand-new left-handed putter made-to-measure. Take a chance on the MORDRED LT, you will see how forgiving he is on the greens with one of the highest MOIs in the collection. Justice is well served.

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