Heavier Mass Putter Heads | Patented Heavy Putter™ heads
weigh between 450 and 550 grams. Conventional putter heads weigh
roughly 330 to 350 grams. The heavier mass of the putter head
disengages a golfer's small wrist muscles and engages larger
shoulder muscles. This promotes a pendulum stroke and leads to a
more consistent swing path. The heavier head mass also produces
a softer feel by dampening vibration at impact.
Weight Management System™ (WMS™) | A low balance point
exacerbates the putter head's release causing wrist breakdown
through impact, making the putter head uncontrollable. Heavy
Putters™ have a WMS™ insert weighing 250 grams located inside
the upper shaft. (Patented) The WMS™ shifts the putter's balance
point higher up the shaft.
High Balance Point | Heavy Putters™ have a balance point that
is 75% higher than conventional putters. (Patent Pending) The
higher balance point allows the golfer to manage the heavier
mass head and consequently benefit from its greater stability.
Raising the balance point of the putter brings the center of
mass of the putter closer to the center of mass of the golfer.
This increases the stability of the putter throughout the
stroke. The higher balance point also creates a tighter end over
end roll of the golf ball. Locating the correct balance point
for each golfer ensures a proper and consistent release through
Extreme Heel-Toe Weighting | Heavy Putter™ head designs have
incorporated extreme heel-toe weighting which creates a high
moment of inertia. A high moment of inertia means that the
putter head will resist twisting on off center hits and
consequently produce straighter putts that reach the hole.
Conclusion | The results for the golfer are improved path,
greater stability and a consistent release through impact which
results in a superior roll of the golf ball leading to fewer
putts per round and improved scores.