Tour, Mini, Interactive
Our Review:The most popular mallet in the game offers extreme forgiveness in a size that’s pleasingly palatable. That’s especially true with the Mini, which features smaller rear heel and toe sections than the other models. The face insert’s grooves angle at 45 degrees for quicker end-over-end roll. The Interactive version (photo) works with a Blast Motion grip sensor to sync 11 stroke elements to a mobile app that provides analytics and drills to improve your putting.
Price: $300, $400
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowLots of stability. No turbulence when you hit it off the toe or heel.
midPerfect size. Big enough, but not unwieldy.
highEasy to roll it on line. The T-alignment is very helpful.