Nike Golf Method Core 4i Mid-Mallet Putter Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    the insert gives a solid, responsive feel.

  • Cons

    A touch light, meaning hitting rather than stroking putts.

  • RRP £120.00

What we say...

Nike engineers really have catered for all styles with their new Method Core range which builds on the success of the Method putters that have been around for a while now. Like the blade and the mallet styles, the mid-mallet style features a new insert that makes vibrations less noticeable which leaves you to get an improved feeling and feedback. We think the centre-shaft is a great idea and will certainly tick the box with those of you after something a bit different from the usual heel-shafted option.

2011 Review

This product had a slightly strange appearance, but it did a good job with Jon especially rating the feel on longer putts. He also liked the centre-shaft position, while George said he felt confident on putts of all lengths. Alex really liked the overall appearance and finish of the putter head, and said the insert gave it a solid, responsive feel. Alex struggled a touch with the longer distance, and only managed two within the gimme distance. George thought it was a touch light too, meaning he was hitting rather than stroking putts.

Ratings (Out of 5)

Looks: 4.0  Sound and Feel: 3.9  Confidence: 3.9  5ft Putts: 3.5  25ft Putts: 3.8

Contact: www.nikegolf.eu or 0800 056 1640

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