Pinemeadow PGX Putter Review Golf Instructor Story About Pros and Cons of Using the Putter

As a golf instructor who’s played golf since I was a small child, I’ve been putting with a blade style putter head my whole life.

I recently turned 60 and I noticed my putting has not been stellar. My hands are just not as steady as they used to be. I’m not lining it up as accurately as I used to, causing me to miss putts that I shouldn’t.

As most of you know, I’m a 3 index and consider myself a decent golfer. 😎

The name brand putter I am very interested in retails for $350 but since I had my putter stolen on the course last year, I’m not willing to spend that much money on a putter. All I need is for another putter to be stolen, and then I’ll be really angry, 😡 and I who needs that—you all know my story of trying to bring joy to my golf as a way of healing.

A lot of you have read stories about golfing with my friend Nick. He always has a positive attitude.

Last week he played with another new $29 putter and it was terrible.

It was too light in terms of weight, so the balance was off. It was a mallet style putter but did not have perimeter weighting. Even the grip was the style for an iron so you couldn’t line your hands up.


So this week, when Nick said he’d tracked down a new putter for $39, I was expecting more garbage.

Boy was I wrong.

Pinemeadow PGX Putter Review

Before we start the Pinemeadow PGX Putter Review, these Pinemeadow PGX (not to be confused with the high-end PXG line of putters that have faces milled with a C&C) putters have the heavy perimeter weighting of a high quality mallet putter, making the sweet spot larger.

This means that even when you don’t hit it right on, it’s more forgiving.

Golf balls come off the mallet head face really nicely, it’s got a sweet feel to it.

The lie of the putter is perfect, and allows you to get on top of the ball and see the line all the way to the hole. This is even better than the $350 Taylor Made putter I was considering – and I would have had to change the lie to a more neutral position.

This Pinemeadow Golf putter will improve your short puts.



It’s got this beautiful white finish, with many black lines across it from the front to the back and a black finish colored inset where you strike the ball. The black alignment lines make lining up shots a breeze, something a blade putter does not do.

This steel shaft golf putter from Pinemeadow PGX also comes with a complementary head cover, if you’re into that.

Although I haven’t played an entire season with this putter, the white finish seems to be of good quality. Plus it comes with a beautiful mallet case that will keep it from getting marked up in your bag.

And hey, if someone at the course finds my stolen golf putter in the Los Angeles, CA area and decides to keep it, power to you. May the club improve your game!


Patrick Corley Tell Me More Golf Instructor and Coach
Patrick Corley
From a golf scholarship to a Southern California University, to a private golf coaching career and an instructor position at a nonprofit organization, I’m here to help you get better at golf! With my 50+ years of golf experience; I bring you Tell Me More Golf. A golf coaching website that helps your game with instructional golfing content that’s ultimately geared toward making you a better golfer and having more fun!
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