The Verdict: Like past Edel models, the E.A.S. removes weight from underneath the toe, reducing torque—i.e., less resistance—to the way the putter opens and closes during the stroke. The idea is that the putter more easily stays square to the target. A milled face with hex patterns, large around the middle and small near the ends, maintains speed across the face. The E.A.S. has 10 alignment scenarios to dial in your ideal setup.
Street Price: $500
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