Forgan IW3 Blade Putter Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 3 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    Very much a no frills offering from a brand that is on the up, its middle of the road performance backed this up.

  • Cons

    Felt chunkier and heavier than others, which didn't help in the feel stakes.

  • RRP £39.99

What we say...

The Forgan IW3 putter is a sober looking wand, very much a no frills offering from a brand that is on the up. Its middle of the road performance backed this up. One thing all four of the testers said was that it felt chunkier and heavier than others, which didn't help in the feel stakes.

George thought this was the best Forgan on test, and his solid putting stats from both distances proved it. Alex wasn’t as keen on the product, however, and found the high pitch sound off-putting.

Ratings (Out of 5)

Looks: 2.6  Sound and Feel: 2.6  Confidence: 2.8  5ft Putts: 2.5  25ft Putts: 3.3

The Forgan IW3 putter is a mallet headed putter with sight lines for accurate alignment  and has the added benefit of a soft polymer face insert for feel and feedback to the golfer.

A goose neck hosel encourages correct face alignment at address. The IW3 model is a semi-mallet design. This bigger design has a higher moment of inertia, meaning more forgiveness on off-centre strikes. It promotes a cleaner, smoother roll and helps establish a reliable pendulum stroke.

Choice of shaft length available. 

Contact: www.forgan.co.uk or 01527 598388

Product Information

Left Handed available
Custom-Fit available
Face insertYes
Head TypeMid-mallet

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