While my putting has often left me fit to be tied, I've never been fitted for a putter, and I wonder how the whole process works. For the many putters I've owned over the years, I see something I like, roll some putts in a demo, and buy it. And then, at some point, I sell it and repeat the process.
I totally understand it's the Indian and not the arrow, but when during the fitting process, does the fitter analyze your stroke and then recommend a putter type, and then fine tune from there? Over the years, I've gone back and forth between mallet types and Newports, and I think, mallets suit me better. But I'd like to be a bit more scientific the next time around.
So how does a putter fitting work and does anyone have a recommendation for a fitter in the Connecticut area. Scotty Cameron selections of course!