Frequently Asked Questions


Where are Gambit putters made?

All Gambit putters are milled, finished and assembled in Ohio, USA.

What length is right for me?

In addition to height, the length of your arms, posture at address, and putting style all goes into determining your ideal putter length. Here are approximate guidelines by height:

  • Under 5’: 32” or less
  • 5’0” to 5’2”: 32.5”
  • 5’2” to 5’4”: 33”
  • 5’4” to 5’6”: 33.5”
  • 5’6” to 5’8”: 34”
  • 5’8” to 6’0”: 34.5”
  • 6’0” to 6’2”: 35”
  • 6’2” to 6’4”: 35.5”
  • Above 6’4”:36” or more

What lie angle is right for me?

Lie angle represents the angle the shaft comes out of the putter head. Selecting the appropriate lie angle is important because it dictates whether or not the sole of the putter is level to the putting surface. For a right handed player, If the lie angle is too low (heel off the ground), your putts will tend to miss right. If the lie angle is too high (toe off the ground), your putts will tend to miss left. If you’re unsure what lie is appropriate, we recommend starting with 71 degrees. A qualified fitter will be able to make lie adjustments as needed.

What loft is right for me?

When striking a putt, the ball skids for a period of time. Optimal loft will get the ball rolling sooner, thus improving distance control. Gambit putters are face milled to 3 degrees of loft, however you have the option to adjust that loft as desired. In general, there are two factors to consider for adjusting the loft:

1. Setup

  • Large forward press = more putter loft needed
  • Neutral hand position = less putter loft needed

2. Green speed

  • Slow greens = more putter loft needed
  • Fast greens = less putter loft needed

As with lie angle, a qualified fitter will be able to make loft adjustments as well.

What swing weight is right for me?

Swing weight is a metric to quantify the distribution of weight across the length of the putter. A high swing weight means the putter head feels heavier; conversely a low swing weight results in a lighter feeling putter head. In general, a lighter swing weight can help with distance control, while a heavier swing weight can help stabilize the face and keep putts on line. The standard swing weight is recommended for the best all around performance. Note the swing weight does vary by putter length.

What grip is right for me?

Each Gambit comes standard with a custom branded SuperStroke Zenergy Tour 2.0. If you would prefer a different size or style of grip, we have several others you may choose from in the drop down for an additional fee. Lastly, if none of our options are what you're looking for, you may select "No grip (apply your own)" and we will ship your putter cut to length without a grip (bare shaft).

What is toe hang?

Toe hang refers to the angle of the face when the putter is balanced horizontally. If the putter face is pointed straight up, that's considered "face balanced". If the putter face is pointed sideways (toe down), that's full toe hang.

Putting strokes can be described by the amount of "arc" in the stroke. In general, if a golfer's stroke is straight back-straight through (little to no arc), a face balanced putter is ideal. Conversely, if the stroke has an arc (the face opens on the backstroke, closes on the follow through), a putter with toe hang is ideal. The above is more of a guideline than a rule, as every golfer has unique styles and preferences.

Gambit offers both styles. The GP-M1 is face balanced, while the GP-B1, GP-B2 & GP-MM1 all have moderate toe hang.

Still not sure what putter to choose?

Reach out to us on our contact page, and we'll gladly assist you.


I ordered a "First Production Run" putter. When will it ship?

Due to the custom nature of our products, the target is within 5 business days after ordering. Keep in mind any special requests may also delay shipping.

I pre-ordered a putter. What now?

You will be charged $150 at the time of pre-order. The remaining balance will be charged on the date provided at the time of order. Keep an eye out for an email update for when your putter is available.

Note the planned order of production is as follows:

  • GP-B1
  • GP-M1
  • GP-B2
  • GP-MM1

If you have any questions about your pre-order, don't hesitate to reach out to us by email at

Return Policy

We do not offer returns, as our putters are made in small batches and offer custom touches. However, if any aspect of your order is not quite right, reach out to us at so we can attempt to make it right.

Pre-order Policy

If you choose to cancel your order prior to final payment, the initial payment is not refundable.