|1.||Where can I go to try a Dandy Putter in my area? Click Here|
|2.||What is an Onset putter and why is it better than offset? Click Here|
|3.||I have a Dandy putter, but I think it's too long, can I have my Club Pro cut it down for me? Click Here|
|4.||What's the difference between the Dandy Tour Blade and the Touring Pro Blade? Click Here|
|5.||Why is the Touring Pro Blade and Tour Mallet more expensive than the Dandy Tour Blade? Click Here|
|6.||I think I'd like the Touring Pro Blade but it is a bit expensive, especially without being able to return it. What can I do? Click Here|
|7.||Dandy Return Policy. Click Here|
|8.||I'm not sure I'm setting up properly with my new Dandy. What's the best way to get help? Click Here|
|9.||SPECIAL PRICING: I have a Dandy Blade and I love it, but I think I would like to have the Dandy Touring Pro Blade instead. What can I do? Click Here|
|1.||Where can I go to try a
Dandy Putter in my area?
Since our beginning, Dandy Professional Putters has been primarily a research and development company. Because of the unique and customized nature of the Dandy, we feel we can serve you better by dealing directly with you. However, the Dandy is now available in selected stores primarily in Southern California. However, we at Dandy have extensive knowledge of putting and putter design and feel we can help you get the most out of your putting with the Dandy by having direct contact with you whenever you need it. We offer a liberal trial period (90-days) during which you can actually play with your Dandy in a real playing situation. We encourage you to take the time to make the necessary adjustments to the newness of the feel of the Dandy and work with the putting fundamentals and performance before making your final decision. Back to the Top
|2.||What is an Onset putter
and why is it better than offset?
The Dandy putter is center shafted with an onset; meaning the shaft is behind the head. Why is this better? It is easier to pull m lets you pull the mass of the putter back on the backstroke and then gravity brings it through and online. The Dandy onset delivers the entire force of the mass at impact. Offset putters deliver the force AFTER impact. This requires more energy and produces stress on the hands and arms. See What's a Dandy (for more information) Back to the Top
|3.||I have a Dandy
Blade, but I think it's too long, can I have my Club Pro cut it down for
Every Dandy Putter is precision weighted and perfectly balanced at every length. The head weight for a 34-inch putter is different than the head weight of a 35-inch Dandy. In order to keep the putter a precision putting instrument, each putter has to be individually crafted. If your putter is too long, return it to us and we will be glad to exchange it for you. Back to the Top
|4.||What's the difference
between the Dandy Blade and the Touring Pro Blade?
The Dandy Tour Blade and the Touring Pro Blade have the same shape, size and weight. The difference is in the metals used and the distribution of the weight (or mass) for added feel and increased sweet-spot. The Touring Pro Blade delivers a slightly greater sweet-spot using three separate metals than our other blades using one metal. The Touring Pro Blade has a Brass face for a softer but solid hit. The Aluminum centerpiece provides vibration absorption to enhance the feel, while the Tungsten back wing gives it strength and stability. The Tungsten top bar raises the center of gravity; important for those with a sophisticated stroke that stays low through impact. Both models come with Dandy's exclusive Lifeline Grip. Back to the Top
|5.||Why are the Touring Pro Blade and the Tour Mallet more expensive than the Tour Blade?
The labor and materials used to make the Dandy Touring Pro Blade and the Tour Mallet make them more expensive to produce. The sophisticated design also requires more machining time and labor to achieve the precision craftsmanship. Back to the Top
|6.||I think I'd like
the Touring Pro Blade but it's a bit expensive, especially without being able to return it. What can I do?
See the Touring Pro Blade Upgrade Program below in Question 9. Back to the Top
|8.||I'm not sure I'm setting up properly with my new Dandy. What's the best way to get help?
You have two options. You can pose your question through our Ask a Dandy Pro or call 800-326-3919 for Customer Support. Back to the Top
|9.||I have a Dandy
Blade and I love it, but I think I would like to have the Dandy Touring Pro instead. What can I do?
Yes, we do have a special Upgrade Program that offers you a variety of options.
Dandy Touring Pro, Pro Mallet & 303 Stainless Tour Blade Upgrade Program/Special Pricing: