Benross Tribe MDJ2 Putter Review

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  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
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  • RRP £99

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Benross Tribe MDJ2 Putter Review: You Should Know

The “fanged” design increases MOI aiding stability on every stroke. Forgiveness is increased by a two-piece hollow head construction which allows the CG to be positioned accurately to encourage putts to skid less and roll sooner, whilst also maximising stability. 

Benross Tribe MDJ2 Putter Review: We Say

The Tribe’s fanged head may look similar to Odyssey’s #7 and Scotty Cameron’s Futura 6M which were both involved in our test, but thanks to its hollow head delivering a higher pitched impact sound, performance against the premium brands was very different. Don’t get us wrong, roll was decent, and the two-tone head sets up nicely behind the ball, there’s an oversized grip which if you buy it on its own will set you back the best part of £15 and there’s a golf ball sized alignment on the top edge which frames the ball and one tester loved. 

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Benross Tribe MDJ2 Putter Review: Verdict

We understand many golfers don’t have hundreds of pounds to spend on a new putter, so we always like to offer a decent value for money option. If £100 is your top budget for an MOI putter in 2018, the MDJ2 should be on your shortlist to try alongside the Wilson Infinite. Trust us there’s not many options available for less this year. 


2017 Verdict 

Benross featured heavily amongst our favourite putters of 2016 as they offered a decent quality product at an affordable price. But where last years Casino putters started at less than £60 a pop, 2017’s Tribe will set you back close to £100. And that’s a big increase in a year.

The Tribe’s fanged head may look similar to Odyssey’s #7 and Scotty Cameron’s new Futura 6M which were both involved in our test, but thanks to its hollow head delivering a higher pitched impact sound, performance against the premium brands was very different. Don’t get us wrong, roll was decent, and the two tone head sets up nicely behind the ball, there’s an oversized grip which if you buy it on its own will set you back the best part of £15 and there’s a golf ball sized alignment on the top edge which frames the ball and one tester loved.

Product Information

  • RRP: £99
  • www.benrossgolf.com
  • Weight: 370g
  • Grip: Lamkin Sink RND 11
  • Toe hang: Face balanced

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