Yes, you are allowed to do so. It used to be very common in the early days of the game, and was very common in the 40's 50's 60's and 70's. The problem is though, they used to do it with bullseye type putters, today we have mallet and blade putters which are a lot chunkier so watch you don't hit the ball. But it is legal.
But now, you get a one stroke penalty for doing it.
His putter and driver are missing from his golf bag.He tapped the ball gently with his putter and it went into the hole.
its all inside the ball
When choosing a putter its personal preference. here are a list of top quality putters: Scotty Cameron Studio Style Putter, Odyssey White Steel Tri-Ball, Odyssey DFX 2- Ball Blade, Ping G2i Craz-E Putter,Callaway I Trax Putter, and Taylor Made Rossa CGB Putter.
Golf needs a putter. It is a club used when close to the hole to tap the ball in.
A putter face must be flat so when you hit the ball it goes where you want it to go. If you are referring to loft, a putter has about 3-4 degrees of loft, this is because this loft gives the ball the most consistent roll.
You would use a putter when you are on the green, or just off the green to roll the ball into the hole (well that's the plan!)
Grounding the ball occurs when the attacking player places the ball down on the opposing sides try line or in goal area to score a try. The ball must be "grounded" in a controlled manner with the hand for the score to stand
You hit the ball with a putter, normally on the green, and try to roll it into the hole.
Yes, but why you would do so is beyond me.
When a player is on the green, they will putt the ball towards or into the hole. A putter is used.