Boccieri Heavy DF Series Putters

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A heavyweight to knock out three-putts Heavy DF (for "deep face") putters stand out from the crowd due to a super-heavy head that weighs 60 percent more than anything else out there (the total club weight is twice that of any competitor). The idea is to promote a "big muscle" stroke, so the small ones in your hands and wrists won't flip it or yip it. Models such as the C2-DF blade (left) or the D3-DF mallet (right) measure 1 1/4 inches from sole to topline. Most other heads, including earlier ones from Heavy, are 1 inch tall. Doesn't sound like much difference, but the taller face raises the club's center of gravity (CG). In this case, the CG is directly in line with the center point of the ball, which sits .84 inches above the ground. The skinny for you should be better feel and improved roll. $169, steel; heavyputter.com
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Previous Heavy putters had a steel head, aluminum hosel and movable weights. The DF Series comes in all-steel, with no movable weights, so it costs less to build — and to purchase. Tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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The head's center of gravity is directly in line with the center alignment mark on top. By contrast, many putters have the CG toward the heel side.
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The D3-DF mallet has four rails along the sole rather than a big flange. The leading edge sits off the ground, to reduce scuffing.
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The face-balanced putter has a milled horizontal line face pattern to give it a slimmer look.