CATEGORY: Midsize Mallet Putters
WE TESTED: 34″, 35″ shaft lengths
KEY TECHNOLOGY: The center-shafted design most benefits straight-back and slightly arcing strokes.
Not for players with a pronounced arcing stroke; the head/grip combination feels too light to some testers, causing a learning curve on longer putts; the center-shafted head doesn’t appeal to everyone’s eye.
You don’t need church for forgiveness: Mid- to high-handicappers with straight strokes will find it here, gaining stability and control with an easy-to-swing, jumbo-blade lookalike. The Ping Sigma G Kinloch C has a large insert that compensates for slight misses in both direction and distance.