WHAT IT DOES: The pursuit of moment of inertia (stability on off-center hits) in mallet putters is a given. Larger putters just naturally are going to be more stable. The problem with making a larger putter is the center of gravity can drift farther back, making it feel like you’re swinging a trash can lid with a brick tied in back. Not so here. These two mallets have gigantic MOI numbers but still manage to keep the CG relatively close to the face. This gives you forgiveness and face-angle control, which basically means distance and direction. We’re not sure better putting requires anything else. WHY WE LIKE IT: Two modern-classic shapes, each with multiple hosel offerings, plus the reliably comfortable White Hot face insert make these an easy transition for the mallet averse. Read more>>>
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|Rossie DB||365||33", 34", 35"||Double bend||$400.00|
|Rossie S||365||33", 34", 35"||Short slant||$400.00|
|Seven DB*||365||33", 34", 35"||Double bend||$400.00|
|Seven S||365||33", 34", 35"||Slant||$400.00|
|Seven CH||365||33", 34", 35"||Plumber||$400.00|
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