Timeless Bulls Eye features include a high toe, widow's peak and a fluted hosel and shaft.
Greg Lord
By Rob Sauerhaft
Wednesday, February 21, 2007

It is as iconic as any club in the game, and its familiar silhouette has been with us for nearly 60 years. When the Bulls Eye debuted in 1948, "Give 'Em Hell Harry" Truman was president and Ben Hogan beat Jimmy Demaret to win the U.S. Open. Today, the legendary putter still thrills its loyal fans with savvy updates. The American Classics design is milled from carbon steel (formerly made of cast brass) to soften feel and ensure a smoother roll. A longer blade and more heel-toe weight provide greater stability. Aids include a sweet-spot dot in the Blade model or perpendicular rear sightline in the Flange and Heavy Flange versions. $200; 888-TITLEIST or www.titleist.com

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