What we say...
2013 Putters Test
Testers felt that on the larger head the face looked rounded, which didn’t fill them with confidence – but it did make them focus on a central strike. James wasn’t a fan of the head shape, but liked the yellow line on the crown. Ben liked the lower loft he appeared to see at address and said the ball rolled off the face early with a soft feel. He wasn’t a fan of the shiny finish on the crown though.
Looks: 6.5 Feel: 8 Sound: 7 Performance: 8.5
There was nothing that impressive with looks, sound or feel, but the statistics did suggest that the putter worked better than it looked. Decent results from five and 25 feet brought the overall mark up.
Ratings (Out of 5)
Looks: 1.6 Sound and Feel: 1.9 Confidence: 1.9 5ft Putts: 3.0 25ft Putts: 3.3
The matt blue and brushed steel finish on the Spherical Blade Crescent Putter didn’t seem to win many fans which is a shame as this high MOI model with its radical curved face technology does feel and perform pretty well.
The Spherical Blade Crescent 2010 features a fashionable heavier head engineered for even weight distribution front and back to give maximum MOI. When combined with Spherical Blade's unique curved face this creates a fantastically forgiving putter which promotes a true, smooth roll helping you hole more putts.
Features crook shafts: 30-36in options. Choice of grips from Golf Pride with 2 Thumb option. Comes with leather/neoprene head cover.
A fashionable heavier head engineered for even weight distribution front and back giving maximum MOI; the perfect addition to the curved face. Long-lasting polished stainless steel finish with matt metallic dark blue and elongated yellow sight line. Distinctive S-Blade logo on the face and base.