Heavy Putter DF F3 Blade Putter Review

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  • RRP £129.99

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This sleek and unique design resembles a stealth fighter, but unlike the Saab, it was not "born from jets". Rather, it was born from logical engineering principles favoring extreme heel-toe weighting and a higher center of gravity. The thin face on the putter creates the pleasing "ping" sound, and the arrow cutout creates an excellent alignment aid.

The putter head has CNC milled surfaces and is fully face balanced. The head weighs approximately 465 grams, and there is a 250 gram weight in the grip end of the shaft that creates a balance point that is 75% higher up the shaft than a conventional putter. The overall weight is approximately 850 grams.

The custom shaft by True Temper has a satin finish, and the grip is a custom Winn Grip with a flat front and a pistol back.

The Heavy Putter F3-DF is available in standard lengths from 32-36" (right-handed and left-handed), and can be ordered as a custom putter in other lengths.

Technical Specifications:
  • 303 Stainless Steel with CNC milled surfaces
  • Grooved face pattern
  • Total Putter Weight = +/- 850 grams
  • Head Weight = +/- 465 grams
  • Weight Management System (weight in grip end of shaft) = 250 grams
  • Stock lengths 32" – 36" (custom lengths available 30"-38")
  • Dexterity: Right hand only
  • Lie Angle = 72°
  • Loft = 3°
  • Custom Winn Grip
  • Custom True Temper steel satin shaft
  • Head Cover included with purchase

Contact: www.heavyputter.com

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