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What is toe hang?

Toe Hang
Toe Hang Explained: Full Toe Hang – Commonly found in heel-shafted blades. The toe of the putter points more directly to the ground when allowed to hang naturally.
¾ Toe Hang – Commonly found in blades with short and small hosels. The toe of the putter points down by about 75 degrees.

½ Toe Hang – This toe hang originated with the PING ANSER design. It occurs with most plumbers neck blade putters and hangs about 45 degrees.

¼ Toe Hang – This toe hang can be found in both blades and mallets depending on the hosel design. The amount of toe hang is about 25 degrees.

Face Balanced – This toe hang can also be found in both blades and mallets. The face of the putter will point directly to the sky when allowed to hang naturally.

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