Directed Force Reno
Our Review:Try to get beyond the metal-detector-like looks. The belief here is that face-balanced putters add unwanted torque to your swing, forcing excess hand action to get the face square. The Reno stays square through impact because it's balanced to the putter's lie angle. It does this through the shaft's location relative to the head's center of gravity.
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThe ball starts on line every time. Great for a yipper.
midDespite its looks, it feels natural. I didn't have a single mis-hit.
midI like the way the grip keeps the hands ahead of the ball and you get a solid impact point. Honestly, as surprising as it is to say it, it felt natural.
highEffective alignment and has a nice pop off the face.