Measure yourself for an L2 Lateral Line Putter
Lateral Line Putting at the Old course of St. Andrews
The pure pendulum motion requires
a proper fitting L2 putter
Stand erect with your stroking arm, ( left arm for right handers) parallel to the floor with your palm down.
The anchor hand is the primary stabilizer of the Lateral Line stroke. It is better for The length measurement of the L2 to be slightly shorter than too long in order to aid in the anchor motion with your anchor arm.
Take a tape measure and extend it to the floor and use the measurement to find your putter length.
The U.S.G.A. rules state that a putter lie angle must be at least 10 degrees shy of vertical, which means the lie angle of the L2 will be no more than 80 degrees. This rule does not impair the motion but instead positions the ball under the stroking arm shoulder producing a pendulum motion.
A 6' golfer, (pictured here) measures for a 48" putter.