Our Review:The company’s “lie-angle-balancing” approach uses four weight ports that are customized to match the balance point for each player’s specific setup and lie angle. The weighting is geared to keep the face angle square to the natural path of your stroke. The tilted grip sets the hands in a natural forward press to make it easier to feel the movement of the putter through the stroke. It’s offered in milled stainless steel or in a softer, milled-brass head. Read more >>
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
midGreat distance control and shockingly easy to align. Looks a little odd, but you get past it once you hit it.
lowReally good feel coming off the face. A structured feel. The face refuses to turn. It gives you a lot of help.
highAwesome for mis-hits. You can hit any part of the club and the ball will roll.