Monday, May 02, 2011

From Golf Magazine (June 2011)
Category: Midsize Mallet Putters
We tested: 34", 35" shaft length

Key Technologies: The face-balanced, stainless steel putter boasts additional heel-toe weighting to increase MOI and resist twisting. The milled clubface elicits a smooth, soft feel.

OUR TESTERS SAY: Simple club to align and swing smoothly; overall, the heavy-feeling head is a plus.

DISTANCE CONTROL: Most testers find that the clubhead weight promotes a good stroke, making it easy to dial in correct distances.
FEEL: Many testers have little difficulty differentiating good hits from poor ones; center contact is like hitting a ball with a cube of butter.
LOOK: Long white alignment line jumps out at you and aids accuracy, especially on short putts; very clean look, nothing over the top.

Some testers find the feel to be quite dull and not responsive enough; a few guys find that the heavier head is hard to be aggressive with and can lead to timid strokes.

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