The “one ball insert” putter has a polymer insert in the putter face that gives putts a much smoother roll, rather than a hop or a skid by boosting the MOI. 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.
mini mallet model with a deep design of the putter’s head allows having a lower and deeper centre of gravity that is far away from the face, reducing back spin on your putts. High MOI (Moment Of Inertia) results in a more consistent swing.
heel and toe weighted putter with more stability and a higher MOI.
face balanced where the centre of gravity is directly below the axis of the shaft, basically meaning it will straighten a putting stroke on the forward motion. This type of balance will suit those who have a straight stroke that goes 'back and through'. (face balanced: putter whose face faces upwards when you balance the shaft on your finger).
insert face where the metal club face is replaced with a light-weight insert material. The soft insert extends the contact time between the ball and the club for a better feedback and more control on the length of your put.
Another advantage of using such a light insert means the weight of the putter can be redistributed elsewhere on the putter face. Therefore the weight is added to the heel and toe of the putter offering a wider area for pure strikes, hence more forgiveness. The soft insert often gives you a better feel playing the harder distance balls.
top line and picture of golf ball 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