Cleveland Golf Introduces Frontline, A Completely New Way to Design a Putter
Cleveland® Golf, where scoring matters, is proud to announce the release of Frontline. With a radical new weighting that brings the center of gravity forward, Frontline provides a revolutionary process for engineering a putter. Frontline launches in North America on September 13, 2019.
“We are very excited about Frontline because it is a completely new approach to putter design,” said Jacob Lambeth, Research and Development Engineer at Cleveland Golf. “By pairing an extreme center of gravity with an improved speed optimized face, we’ve designed a putter that uniquely maximizes directional and speed consistency. Combined with slick black cosmetics, great shapes and hosel options for different stroke types, Frontline really is the whole package.
With Frontline, the challenge was creating a putter that’s powerful enough to counteract miss-hits and provide consistently straighter putts. The foundation of Frontline is Tungsten Forward Weighting, which places two Metal Injection Molded (MIM) tungsten weights in the face of the putter.
For decades, most mallets have weights in the rear of the putter to increase stability on off-center impacts, but this design places the center of gravity in the back of the putter. Frontline does the opposite, bringing the center of gravity forward for more accuracy on the greens.
Frontline features Cleveland’s Speed Optimized Face Technology (SOFT), which normalizes ball speed across the face for consistent distance performance on every putt. Every model in Frontline features an individualized SOFT pattern to help mitigate speed and distance loss, especially on off-center strikes.
Frontline offers three different mallet options that include Cleveland’s 2135 Technology to help with proper alignment when standing over that critical putt. Finally, Frontline offers two different hosel types to help provide a superior fit: single bend and slant neck. The single bend option is ideal for straight stroke types, while the slant neck option fits best for golfers with a slight arc stroke.
Key Innovations Inside Frontline:
· Forward Weights: With Tungsten Forward Weighting and the center of gravity positioned closer to the face, Frontline provides better stability through impact for straighter, more accurate putts.
· Speed Optimized Face Technology: Cleveland’s proprietary Speed Optimized Face Technology normalizes ball speed across the face, ensuring consistent distance performance on all your putts.
· 2135 Technology: Featured on the Elevado, Cero and Iso models, achieve perfect alignment on every putt, regardless of where your eyes are at address.
· Additional Hosel Configurations: Find a superior fit with two different hosel configurations to suit every player’s stroke types.
Frontline comes standard with the Lamkin SINKFit Pistol Frontline grip and is available in 33”, 34”, and 35” length options. The Frontline 4.0 blade MAP is $179.99, while the three different mallet models (Elevado, Cero, and Iso) MAP is $199.99. The Frontline Elevado, Cero and Iso feature single bend or slant neck hosel options.
One of the hot topics of conversation in the world of putting is the updated SeeMore MFGP20 putter, a variant of the flagship model from SeeMore Putters out of Memphis Tennessee.
Now, this putter is set up a little bit differently than other putters. It has a shaft that’s black though the last quarter of it and it’s got a red dot in the back a well as a line in the front.
We call this the rifle scope design which is a technology that SeeMore has for their putters and what it does is it allows you, when you set up your putter, to be consistent by always being square to your target as well as have the correct loft.
With this design, it is exceptionally easy to line up the face of your club and make sure you are hitting the right direction.
All you do is place the putter face right behind the ball and when you look down you will know when you are square when you can no longer see the red dot under the shaft.
If you can see it, this means that you are not lined up correctly and that you need to adjust the clubface.
Once you no longer see the red dot then you can go ahead and take your shot knowing that you are lined up to the hole.
This putter is going to bring you consistency each time you putt and is a great purchase for any golfer looking for a more reliable putter that will help their game.
Learn More about and check out the SeeMore Putter here.
Over the last couple of months, there have been a few new putters that have created awesome breakthroughs in the game of golf and have some awesome science behind them. In this post we break them down, explain their differences and talk about what you should be looking for when you’re shopping!
Below we have listed 6 of the most notable new putters, what makes them special and how to discover which one is right for you.
PING has a brand new line called the Sigma G and they’re using some awesome new technology as well as some things that have been in their lines previously to create a great putter.
On the face of the golf club, there are actually some special lines that initially draw your attention. Then, upon looking further, you will also notice that there is a bit more material on the sides of the face than in the middle.
What that does is if you hit the ball in the middle, it’s going to roll at a certain distance. But, if you hit a putt on the heel or toe, it’s actually going to roll out slightly farther, because there’s more material taken out of the center of the putter, and put on the sides of the putter.
Typically when you hit a ball off the heel or toe of a putter, it doesn’t roll nearly as far as when you hit it in the middle. So, what Ping has done is they’ve artificially taken it and made it slightly duller in the very center, and more pronounced on the sides. It’s totally legal with USGA and is basically compromising any deficiencies that you might have in your putting stroke.
Additionally, on the very tip of the grip of this putter, there’s actually a tool that goes down into it that and twists counterclockwise and clockwise, telescoping the grip up and down the shaft.
So whereas in the olden days you get a putter that might be 32, or 33, or 35 inches, this putter can go anywhere from 32 inches all the way to 36 inches, all within one single putter.
From a stocking standpoint, it’s made it really easy because we can actually fit anyone with any model of putter. All of the Sigma 2 putters have this and I would imagine that as they continue to evolve and add new putter lines, they’re going to have more and more of these putters.
Number two is the SeeMore putters. We’ve carried SeeMore for a long time, but they have a variety of new mallet and blade heads that are available now with both cast and milled putter heads.
With the SeeMore putters, you’re actually going to see a little red dot on the heel. This is there because when you’re lining up your putt, you know that you’re directly over the ball when you can’t see the red. If you are in front or behind the ball, you will be able to see that red dot which means you aren’t correctly lined up.
When you’re set up correctly, you can’t see that red dot anymore, and you should only see the two white lines. This actually allows you to create a perfect setup and get perfectly aligned for every putt! When you can eliminate that red dot from your view you know you are set up correctly over the top of the ball.
Most people think that they’re lined up properly when they’re over a putt but actually, most of us, perhaps as many as 90% of us, are not. This includes Tour players.
This is why when we putt and things go left or right at the hole, we just aren’t lined up correctly.
So the cool thing about this new SeeMore putter is that red dot alignment aid and they have that on all SeeMore putters. It’s a unique standard thing that they put across their line on both their cast and their milled putters. That’s one of their biggest selling points.
Additionally, they have a center shaft with a groove in the middle and what they’re doing with this is they’re taking materials out of the back of the putter, and actually moving them back to increase the moment of inertia, which we’ll go into a bit later in this blog.
Next, we have the Odyssey putter and their brand new model called the Stroke Lab.
Odyssey is one of the best putter sellers out there with a number of different models!
Two big notable things with this putter are the face and the shaft. First, let’s discuss the face of the putter. You’ll see some little ridges in here that are small levers that are actually not flushed with the putter face.
If you looked at a microscope and looked at those ridges, they’re actually angled up against the putter face, almost like small scales.
These ridges are tiny springs so that when you hit the putter, it launches that ball back up and creates overspin on the ball which reduces ball bounce and skid so that you have a smoother, more accurate putt.
Having overspin on the ball sooner is going to create a more true roll and get you closer to the target that you’re aiming at.
The other big feature on this is actually Odyssey’s new Stroke Lab putter shaft. It’s half steel and half graphite which creates a counterbalanced putter with almost no torque on the shaft.
What this does is move weight up the end of the grip, add more weight at the bottom of the grip and try to take weight out in the middle. This will create a more pendulum-like stroke in concert with our hands. That should, therefore, create a smoother more consistent putt time and time again, as well as creating a more easily repeatable motion.
Additionally, Golf Digest recently gave this putter five out of five stars.
Odyssey also has their O Works line which includes their famous two ball putter. With the two-ball putter, you can see two discs on the top. When you line those discs up with a golf ball, the two discs and ball will create an alignment line that can be used to line up your putt. Statistics have shown that having the ability to line up putts like this towards the hole has made a phenomenal difference in a golfer’s confidence.
This putter comes in a number of different, styles, colors and designs so that it can be made to fit the preferences of almost any golfer.
Let’s talk moment of inertia here. So with the brand new Cameron putters, the Futura and Concept, you’re going to see how it has this kind of spacecraft shape.
The Futura is made of aluminum, which is CNC milled, and it’s very lightweight, with the exception of these two discs that are in the back. Those are actually heavy tungsten screws that put more weight on the back of the putter.
What most companies are trying to do with mallet designs is that, while a blade putter is usually narrow from face to the back and all of them are the same distance in from heel to toe, a mallet putter can be almost any shape and size.
There are a million different wild designs here, but what the vendors are trying to do with mallets, is actually move the center of gravity further back.
With a blade putter, the center of gravity is right up towards the face of the putter and right behind the center spot. What happens is that when you hit a ball off the heel or toe, the putter will twist, causing you to lose power and the ball to roll off course.
But, with a mallet patter, they’re able to get the center of gravity moved back in the golf club which causes less twisting in the clubface. This same concept is used in almost all clubs, namely, drivers where we are seeing more and more tungsten weights that are putting the center of gravity farther in the back of the club and reducing twisting of the clubface.
With the two big heavy tungsten screws in the Cameron putter, the center of gravity, that moment of inertia, is dramatically increased because that weight is pushed back in the golf club causing the heel or toe to twist far less.
So if you hit the ball with a center of gravity that is farther back then it won’t twist as much on impact with the ball and allow you to hit it as hard as anticipated even if you happen to hit it more on the heel or toe because it requires a lot more energy to cause your club to twist in this case.
Here is another mallet putter, the Taylor Made Spider Putter. Dustin Johnson and Jason Day made these really famous a couple of years ago and they are actually now available in any color combination that you could want.
This putter is also made of aluminum like the Cameron, very lightweight metal. You’ll also see on this club two black marks that are actually two very heavy tungsten weights that go off the back and that moves that center of gravity back in the golf club and allows you to increase the moment of inertia so that no matter where you hit on the face, it’s going to roll at the same distance and it’s going to roll it straighter.
How to Know Which is Best For You
The beautiful part about putters is that it’s all personal. Some people do not like the idea of using the mallet putters, even though the technology is proven to be able to help you. If you’re looking over it and you don’t have confidence that this is better for you then it won’t work.
With so many different weights, styles, colors, and a number of other variables, the best thing to do is to try them side by side and get fitted with the putter that works best for your skill level and playing style. Hit them side by side and actually narrow down for yourself what you feel most confident with.
Putting is one of the most important elements of your golf game, as well as being one of the leading sources of frustration for many. We all know that we need to work on it if we want to have any hope of finally getting our score where we want it (as well as our sanity).
However, many of us are missing very critical elements of our game as a result of starting off on the wrong foot. Working on distance, speed, green reads and all of that is very important, but if you don’t focus on this one thing first then your short game will never be quite right!
This key element is being correctly lined up over the ball.
So many people think that they are positioned correctly over the ball, yet when we actually look at it using modern-day technology (the SAM Putt Lab in the Super Shop here at Haggin Oaks), many of them (including the pros) are way off, causing the face of their club to not be square and your putts to inevitably go off course.
Some sources have said that up to 90% of putts are hit when the golfer isn’t correctly over the ball and the reason that this is so detrimental is that it screws up your perspective and causes you to not be aimed straight at the hole, and in most cases, fairly far from it general direction surprisingly!
So, how can join the elite top 10% of golfers by just lining yourself upright to the ball? Here are a couple of ways to work on this.
1.) Get Fitted at a SAM PuttLab
The SAM PuttLab is a type of machine that shoots a small laser at the face of your putter and shows you how accurately lined up you are to the hole. Having this testing done allows you to better understand your putting game, train more efficiently by training exactly what you need to work on, and give you key insights into what putter would be best for you.
If you want a putter that will let you know exactly when you are square over the club and actually hitting the ball at center, the SeeMore putters are the perfect thing for you.
These putters have a unique red dot on the toe of the club that will disappear from your vision if you are standing perfectly over the club allowing you to putt more consistently and with more confidence.
So many people go in blind with their putting and never know when they are actually lined up. Don’t be like those people. Do everything you can to be able to consistently tell when you are over the ball.
As they say, “be consistently good instead of occasionally great.”
3.) Practice the Two Ball Putt Drill
Another great way to make sure that the face of your putter is square to the ground and that you are accurately lined up is by practicing the 2 ball putting drill where you hit two balls at the same time and if you can make them go the same speed and distance without hitting each other then you know that you are lined up correctly.
To learn more about that drill and see exactly how to do it, click here.
4.) Get a Coach
Lastly, if you really want to make sure you learn how to stay lined up to the ball then you should invest in lessons and work with a coach on your putting game. These lessons are often not as expensive as you think and have incredible benefits on your game!
Overall, that is how you can start to make great strides in improving your putting game by working on just one foundational thing. Let us know how it goes and if being aware of this common problem helps your game!
Although putters may not make it into the spotlight as much as drivers and irons, they are still widely popular. Many companies are working extremely hard to advance the technology allowing the everyday golfer to shoot like the pros and the pros to drive their scores even lower below par!
One main area of debate, advancement and discussion is the difference between and the benefits of milled putters vs. cast putters. Which is better, what advantages they have and so forth. As a result, one of the biggest questions that golfers have to answer when choosing a putter is if they want it cast or milled.
However, not all golfers know the real difference between the two or how they are even made and, as a result, we thought that we should explain the difference between the two.
First of all, we have cast putters. These putters are molded into shape using hot metal and a mold and are typically made of a few different pieces that are put together to create the head of your putter.
This can be beneficial in regards to some scientific advancements with the use of synthetic materials to increase topspin, reduce skid, allow for more power with less effort and so forth.
However, with cast putters, you often have hot spots and soft spots that allow for some inconsistencies in the club that make it hit harder in some areas and less hard in others. This is one of the main complaints with these kinds of putters as this can cause problems for the pro golfer who needs to be able to rely on his or her club to consistently hit with the same speed and accuracy.
Cast clubs, however, are often much less expensive ranging from $100 often to around $300 for most putters making them more easily accessible and potentially the better option for the beginner to intermediate golfer.
A CNC milled putter is actually a putter that has been milled out of a brick of aluminum which allows them to be extremely exact, and more importantly, adds more consistency to your putting.
They make these types of putters by taking a raw piece of aluminum and stamping it out dozens or in some cases, hundreds of times under literally tons of pressure to get it as dense as they possibly can. Then they have a machine, basically, a large drill bit, come in and drill out the putter, making a complete putter head out of the brick of aluminum. This creates a putter head that is one piece with almost no imperfections making more putts more consistent and reliable.
Typically, milled putters are much more expensive than a cast putter and often cost anywhere from $500 – $1,000.
The reason they are so expensive is that there’s just so much more material that’s needed and a CNC milling machine usually starts at about half a million dollars for one, so there’s a lot of expensive technology that’s involved in the process.
These types of putters are typically best for the advanced golfer or the perfectionist who wants to know that their putter is perfect, so any missed putts they have are their fault.
If you want to check out all of the putters that we have available, you can here!
THE #1 PUTTER MODEL ON THE PGA TOUR The hottest putter model on the PGA TOUR just got even better. To celebrate the 10th year of Spider putters, TaylorMade built upon every technology and design to create Spider X—fully redesigned and optically engineered to provide more stability and a reimagined approach to alignment.
THE X PHILOSOPHY Spider X revolutionizes the way putters achieve optimal stability and alignment by reengineering the mass properties of the head and introducing a new optically engineered True Path alignment system.
Discover the new Spider X Line of Putters for yourself!
Need some more gift ideas? Here are a few more that might tick off the harder-to-shop for people in your life. You might end up finding a few things to put on your wishlist to Santa too…
A pair of really good sunglasses is a game-changer—pretty literally! Who knew that seeing better could help play? These Under Armor sunglasses are
higher end but won’t break the bank with 100% protection from harmful
UV A, B, & C rays plus UA coatings that repel water, dirt, oil
and grime. Gorgeous color lenses too so you’ll look stylish and most likely match with any outfit.
Never lose your ball! These vibrantly colored golf balls are fun to look at and fun to play with. Why not shake up your game with something as satisfying as these bright colors? They play well, too; large core for farther distances and higher greenside spin for accurate pin control. A good-looking, colorful, and useful gift.
Great looking, great feeling shirt for both play and work. Very breathable and has SPF 30+ to keep you protected. So many colors to choose from as well to match any closet color scheme. With so many polo shirts to choose from, why not a classic style with a great deal?
For the golfer who plays no matter the weather conditions! Incredibly useful for those colder rounds, this heater goes into most golf cart cup holders and works like a dream with its wind resistance,
90 degree tip over safety, and automatic low oxygen shut-off system. Get warm safely and readily with a new Mr. Heater Golf Cart Heater!
How could you not love this good-looking shoe? It’s a beautiful powder blue with an athletic cut. A wonderful addition to any shoe collection. Also comes in different colors so it could be ready to match. The Roshe G Golf shoes also have great traction, flexible sole, excellent cushioning.
Boasted as a “tour-winning” classic wedge shape, you’ll be pretty popular for gifting this club. It even has a classy finish over it– a no-glare tour satin so you’ll still have that chrome look while not being blinded as you play. A small but mighty detail you could have missed! Anyone who wants to improve their short game will want to try this wedge out.
Take parties to-go easier! Gone are the days of lugging around a giant cooler box; now you can pack mule in your cold beverages on your back. Make use of some of your strongest muscles to pa. Anyone who loves to head out and have a good time with cold drinks would love this unique and useful backpack. TravisMathew, you’ve brought the party again!
This is a tour-approved putting training aid to get your putts in shape! The mirror makes it perfect for checking all parts of your putting alignment and set-up. Consistency is key for a great putt and this is exactly the coach you need to check on your consistency. Great and not-so-great putters alike will love this tool.
With the holidays upon us, we know how hard it can be to find the perfect gift. We’ve compiled our favorite golf gifts for her in one handy spot!
Here are a few of our favorites for her:
We can’t get enough of the Slimsation Golf pants. A beautifully fitting pant
allows movement for your golf swing and looks great both on and off course. These are sure to become a closet favorite!
The Garmin Approach X40 enables you to analyze your swing plus all the juicy details of your golf round. With over 40,000 golf courses loaded it will give you all the details you’ll need to make sure you stay out of the sand traps. Plus it has all the non-golfing activity tracking functions we’ve come to expect from Garmin.
Designed specifically for women, The Ping Golf G LE Putters are great for all players, featuring patented True Roll Technology with variable depth face patterns speed up off-center hits for improved distance control and consistency. The Caru is engineered with a flow-style neck for improved optics and alignment
For those of us who want to add a little more zip to our game. Enter the Volvik Vivid Golf Balls. Easy to see – always know which ball is yours, and attention-grabbing and conversation piece, plus they happen to be long off the tee, wants to go straight and with an arrow printed on the side, makes them super easy to line up your next shot.
Add a piece of the Alister MacKenzie Golf course to your wrist! The Dune Bangle Bracelet comes in either a sand or grass option made from our very own Alister MacKenzie sand and grass. How cool is that? It’s a keepsake gift that will be cherished forever.
While it’s almost always sunny in Sacramento, we do hear that the rains are on the way. Be prepared and stylish with the new Evergreen Inverted Umbrella. It comes in two very fun prints, red plaid and polka dots, this umbrella keeps you dry even when you go to close it.
With a focus on a softer feel and lively response through multi-layer face technology, and a newly designed adjustable-length shaft, PING has introduced the Sigma 2 putter series.
Available in 10 options, including the new, highly stable Fetch model that is designed with a golf-ball-pickup feature, the new putters are available for pre-order beginning today at authorized PING golf shops around the world.
“The Sigma 2 putters are engineered to bring a new level of performance and excitement to our putter line,” said John K. Solheim, PING President. “As we do with every product, we combined our extensive technical knowledge gathered over our nearly 60-year history with the needs of the everyday golfer. In the Sigma 2, along with the new face design that’s both very soft and responsive, this approach includes providing golfers the ability to customize their shaft length by introducing a simple and intuitive adjustable-shaft-length technology that is a standard feature of every putter in the line. Our research indicates 8 out of 10 golfers are playing the wrong-length putters and losing strokes as a result. That’s a staggering statistic to us and one we’ve made easy for golfers to solve with the Sigma 2. Golfers will see significant improvement in their putting consistency if they use a putter length customized to their game.”
Dual-Durometer Face The soft, responsive face in the Sigma 2 putters is the result of an innovative dual-durometer PEBAX face material. The softer front layer ensures the precision necessary for shorter, delicate must-makes. The firmer back layer offers the solid feedback and distance control required for holing longer-range putts and improving overall consistency. Touch and pace are further improved with PING’s patented TR face pattern, which varies in depth and pitch to speed up off-center impacts for consistent ball speeds.
“Feel is difficult to quantify as there are a lot of opinions and preferences about how a putter should feel,” said Solheim. “The Sigma 2 has a very soft feel with a lively response, similar to a solid-face putter. It is designed for the golfer who prefers a putter on the softer side of the spectrum but with the response of a firm face, including more consistency on longer putts. By combining the two hardnesses of the PEBAX material and utilizing our TR face pattern, we’re providing a feel preference that appeals to a large segment of golfers while delivering the consistency golfers need to improve their ‘strokes gained: putting’ results.”
USGA-Conforming, Adjustable-Length Shaft The adjustable-length shaft is lightweight, easy to use and sleekly concealed beneath the grip, allowing golfers to customize length between 32″ and 36″ to fit their stroke and posture. The process is quick and intuitive through the use of an adjustment tool that inserts into the top of the grip. One full turn causes approximately a ¼” adjustment up or down, and the grip remains perfectly aligned during the adjustment process.
“The adjustable shaft is just a really cool technology,” said Solheim. “Our engineers took a very complex technical challenge and simplified it for the benefit of golfers. It allows you to experiment with various lengths and ultimately self-fit yourself. You’re no longer limited to a specific length measurement. You simply adjust it until you’re comfortable, ideally with your eyes directly over the ball. We call it ‘invisible’ technology but once you customize it to your length, the results will be very clear on your scorecard.”
PING Pistol Grip Options Three proprietary PING grip designs allow golfers to dial in their optimal fit and feel. Listed from smallest to largest diameter: The PP60 is midsize and lightweight, designed to fit the contours of the hands with flats on the top and sides. Slightly heavier, the PP61 has an exaggerated pistol shape and is inspired by the popular PP58 grip. The PP62, while still lightweight, has a larger, more rounded shape to promote quieter hands.
The Anser is the winningest model in PGA Tour history, and its newest iteration has the traditional heel-toe ballasts that boost MOI, plus pleasing contours, a clean top rail and simple alignment line. The blade design and medium head weight make this putter proficient from any distance. The mid-hang balance targets players with a moderate rotation in their stroke, and thus fits a large percentage of golfers.
Putter Type: Blade Finish: Platinum or Stealth Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 350g Stroke Type: Slight Arc Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $215
The ZB with a modern twist. The deeper center cavity and heel-toe weighting increase moment of inertia by more than 25% in this new model and make it as forgiving as an Anser. The heel-shafted weighting is engineered to fit players with more rotation in their stroke and those who have a pull tendency. This putter’s blade design and medium head weight provide versatility from anywhere on the green.
Putter Type: Blade Finish: Platinum Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 350g Stroke Type: Strong Arc Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $215
Inspired by the timeless design of the Anser, this mid-mallet model features a flow-style hosel that complements the head’s soft arc shape and compact profile. The 360-gram head weight ensures stability on shorter putts while offering distance control on lag putts. The mid-hang balance fits golfers with a moderate rotation in their stroke.
Putter Type: Mid-Mallet Finish: Stealth Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 360g Stroke Type: Slight Arc Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $215
This center-shafted model with added emphasis to the toe and heel ballasts will appeal to golfers drawn to the visual symmetry and stability of a face-balanced design. Prominent ball-width alignment features and micro-lines on the center cavity allow for easy alignment. The 360-gram weight and center-shaft design keep the head very stable on short putts in particular. The face-balanced design is optimized for players with very little rotation in their stroke or a push tendency.
Putter Type: Mid-Mallet Finish: Platinum Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 360g Stroke Type: Straight Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $215
A distinctive golf-ball-size center hole in this new design allows you to pick up the ball or remove it from the cup with the putter head and not have to bend down. This circular shape allows for efficient perimeter weighting, creating an extremely high MOI for a putter its size. Its 365-gram head is extremely stable on shorter putts. The face-balanced design works well with players who have little rotation in their stroke or a tendency to push putts.
Putter Type: Mallet Finish: Platinum Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 365g Stroke Type: Straight Lie Angle: 20° ±2° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $235
Boasts a PGA Tour-winning design, back by popular demand for its stability and ease of alignment. New micro-lines visible from address provide added texture and a contrast that amplifies the ball-framing and parallel alignment. The 365-gram head stays extremely stable on short putts and delivers ample feel for longer attempts. The Tyne can be custom built as face-balanced or mid-hang to be optimized for straight or slight-arc stroke types.
Putter Type: Mallet Finish: Stealth Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 365g Stroke Type: Straight, Slight Arc Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $235
The stability and ease of alignment of the original Tyne are re-created in this heel-shafted version. The heavier 370-gram head is optimized for a smoother stroke tempo and designed to improve consistency, especially on shorter putts. The short hosel offers a distinctive – and popular – look at address, and the heel-shafted balance is particularly effective for golfers with more rotation in their stroke or a pull tendency.
Putter Type: Mallet Finish: Platinum Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 370g Stroke Type: Strong Arc Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $235
Its angular shape combines with ball-shape geometries and a long alignment line to simplify aiming for improved accuracy. To promote consistency, the heavier 370-gram mallet head provides a very high moment of inertia for extreme forgiveness, especially on shorter putts. The mid-hang balance ensures better all-round performance for a wide range of golfers.
Putter Type: Mallet Finish: Stealth Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 370g Stroke Type: Slight Arc Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $235
A new model, this high-MOI mallet features a uniquely designed heel-toe ballast profile that contributes to its incredible stability and ease of aiming, with help from a long, contrasting alignment line. On shorter putts in particular, the added stability of the heavier 365-gram design offers a big performance advantage. This putter can be custom-built as either a face-balanced or mid-hang design to be optimized for golfers with almost any stroke type.
Putter Type: Mallet Finish: Stealth Adjustable-Length Shaft: 32″ to 36″ range Head Weight: 365g Stroke Type: Straight, Slight Arc Lie Angle: 20° ±4° Loft: 3° ±2° U.S. MSRP: $235
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Racing-inspired and Studio-designed, Scotty Cameron’s 2018 Global Limited Select Fastback steers this time-honored design in a new direction with an updated mini-slant neck, dark Tour Black finish and shaft, as well as a graphics package reminiscent of a track-ready grand prix sports car.
Designed with its focus on performance, this 34-inch mid-mallet embodies Scotty’s Fastback aesthetics of sculpted, industrial elegance while optimizing every component for maximum output. The Global Limited integrates Scotty’s proven multi-material technology of mixing aircraft grade aluminum with heavier stainless steel for enhanced MOI, stability and forgiveness, while also incorporating the Select line’s four-way sole balancing, increased vibration dampening material and the Tour-preferred single milled sight line.
The 2018 Global Limited Select Fastback races into select Titleist golf shops with a black Pistolero grip, Tour Black shaft
, and a custom Global Limited mid-mallet headcover.
Model: 2018 Select Fastback
Branding: Scotty Cameron Global Limited
Face Type: Mid-Mill
Head Material: 303 stainless with 6061 aircraft aluminum face and sole inlays
Sole Weights: Raw stainless steel
Cosmetics: Stainless steel with black PVD finish. Bright dipped black anodized aircraft aluminum face and sole inlay. Raw stainless steel weights without engraving. Royal blue, red and gray with jet black gloss sight line.
Grip: Black Pistolero
Shaft Band: Made to Play – 34” shaft dot
Headcover: Scotty Cameron Global Limited Mid-Mallet
Custom Options: None
Offset: Full Shaft
There are only 1,500 pieces being released worldwide. Retails for $699.99. Click HERE to order. Pre-Orders begin August 20, 2018
, and putters will ship August 24, 2018.
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