Bold new weighting properties add stability to today's putters
Counterbalanced putters are suddenly very popular and if you saw how well Sergio Garcia putted at the Open Championship it was down to this.
What exactly is counterbalancing?
Simply putting extra mass in the grip end of the club to counter a heavier head. This weighting technique boosts the club's overall moment of inertia (MOI), so that it swings and feels more stable throughout the stroke, it's not something you can see but you will notice it as soon as you pick up the putter.
For players who use a conventional putter, the stability of these clubs can mimic an anchored model. If you would like to try one just pop in and let us help you reduce you putts per round.
Open Championship Sweepstake Winners
1st - £100 Nigel Thomas
2nd - £65 Dave Witt & Paul Couch
4rd - £40 Wayne Aldous
5th - £12.50 Mark Bolton & Paul Couch
Worst score 1st Day - £15 Billy Brown
Did you know that for every half-inch you miss the sweetspot of your driver, you lose about 10 yards of distance?
Some people who do know are the ones who play the game for a living; and that's why the chances are they use a driver shorter - and therefore more controllable - than you. Huge-hitting Bubba Watson's driver, for example, is 44.5in long, while a standard, off-the-rack driver these days is about an inch longer. If Bubba doesn't fancy his chances controlling a driver that length, we're not sure what that says for ours.
This is just one reason why buying clubs off the rack can do your game more harm than good. Yes, a longer-shafted driver can in theory create more power; but chances are any extra clubhead speed will be more than offset by your inability to harness it.
If you want a truly efficient driver, seek the fitting advice of our team of professional staff who understand these issues, and genuinely want to see you playing your best golf:. Click here to request a fitting.