Cognizant Classic in The Palm Beaches

PGA National (Champion Course)



Odyssey

Tri-Hot 5K

Hot List Gold 2023

Our Review:

WHAT IT DOES: What you see here might be the appearance of a blade putter, but it performs more like a larger mallet, especially in terms of off-center-hit forgiveness. Heavy tungsten weights (120 grams) within the heel and toe of the stainless-steel front section keep the center of gravity forward for maximum face-angle control, but the extreme heel and toe weighting also provides stability for a consistent roll regardless of impact location. 

WHY WE LIKE IT: Multiple materials in these heads include the choice of tungsten, steel or aluminum sole weights, but the most important one is the lightest. The venerable White Hot face insert, made of a laser cut, two-part urethane polymer, creates a resilient roll and maintains a soft feel. Read more>>

Which one's for me?

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Price: Tri Hot 5K $400
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Which One's For Me?
One
This traditional heel-toe weighted cavity blade features rounded heel and toe bumpers and a more compact traditional blade length. It features a plumber's neck hosel for slight arcing strokes.
Two
This traditional heel-toe weighted cavity blade features a slightly longer blade with a narrow topline and more angular heel and toe bumpers. It features a plumber's neck hosel for slightly arcing strokes.
Three
This is a heel-toe weighted putter with a scooped out center cavity and a shorter, flow neck hosel for more toe hang than either the One or Two. This hosel works best for strokes with an aggressive arc and more face rotation.
Double Wide CH
This wider-flange heel-toe weighted cavity blade uses a plumbers' neck hosel, making it the ideal toe hang for strokes with a more gentle arcing motion.
Double Wide DB
Built on the same wide-flanged blade platform as the Double Wide CH, this model uses a double-bend shaft for a face balanced design that caters to straighter strokes.
Triple Wide DB
This heel-toe weighted cavity blade features an extreme flange that's the widest in the line for the most balanced head in the family. It is designed to be face-balanced with its double bend shaft, catering to strokes with very little arc.
Triple Wide CS
Built on the same extreme wide flange heel-toe weighted cavity blade style as the Triple Wide DB, it uses a center shaft position for players who prefer the straightest back and through stroke.
Ratings
Performance

50%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
Low-Handicapper
"I enjoyed the insert. Not much feedback through the hands and not an overwhelming sound too, pretty quiet and easy to hit the ball on its intended line. Ball comes of the face pretty hot and the color scheme is very appealing to the eye. A comfortable putter to use."
Handicap, 1
High-Handicapper
"On the Double Wide, every putt felt soft but responsive. Nice, consistent, good, square shape. It was easy to align with a real consistent roll."
Handicap, 14
Low-Handicapper
“It’s so pretty. Clean, elegant and stable through the stroke. Feels balanced. I’m in control the whole time without thinking about it.”
Handicap, 5
Club Specs
Models Lofts Head Weights Lengths Custom Lengths Available? Dexterity Neck Price
One 360-365 33", 34", 35" No Left Hand / Right Hand $400
Two 360-365 33", 34", 35" No Right Hand $400
Three 360-365 33", 34", 35" No Right Hand $400
Double Wide CH 360-365 33", 34", 35" No Left Hand / Right Hand $400
Double Wide DB 360-365 33", 34", 35" No $400
Triple Wide DB 360-365 33", 34", 35" No Right Hand $400
Triple Wide CS 360-365 33", 34", 35" No Right Hand $400

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