The club face of the left-handed “milled face” putter has been made perfectly flat by a high-speed tool that removes excess metal for extra precision and a soft feel. The putter is one of the most important clubs in your bag; almost half of all your shots on your round are played with your putter. blade model with a small club head offers a large degree of confidence and a soft hit but less tolerance than a mallet putter.
heel and toe weighted putter with more stability and a higher MOI.
toe balanced where the centre of gravity is not directly below the shaft axis hut further to the toe. This type of balance will suit a player with an "in to out to in" stroke. (toe balanced: putter whose toe was points to the ground when you balance the shaft on your finger).
metal face which has a reputation for soft and responsive feedback giving the putters solid, controlled feel.
milled face is made perfectly flat by a high-speed tool that removes excess metal for extra precision and soft feel.
top line on the club head, together with the markings on the ball, will help aiming your putt.
steel shaft for maximum feel.
heel-shafted the shaft attaches to the rear of the putter head.
hosel offset the axle of the shafts is positioned ahead of the putter head, this promotes a good, hands-ahead putting stroke.
shaft length: 34” – 86,5 cm.
weight: ± 500 gr.
paddle style grip with a flat edge facing away your body for a good position of your thumbs.