Srixon P719 Mallet Putter Review

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  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • RRP £126.00

What we say...

The new P-700 Series Putters blend Srixon's digital impact technology with awesome visual sightlines to create putters with high MOI and incredible stability.

The P-719 features a cylinder shaped alignment aid inside the mallet shaped head. A cast aluminum body and urethane face insert provide the same incredible feel as the P-718. The in-body alignment cylinder creates a continuous field of vision from putter to ball to intended target. This seamless transition inspires confidence at address and reduces the tendency for a tentative stroke leading to over or under releasing at impact.

Srixon P719 Putter has a large aluminium head with urethane face insert provides excellent feel. High MOI created by outer weight rings. Sight lines for easy alignment.

Contact: www.srixon.co.uk or 01420 541749 

Product Information

Left Handed available
Custom-Fit available
Face insertYes
Head TypeMallet

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  • 4 out of 5 P-719 Putter

    By the Scot

    Having been through a number of putters over the last couple of years I now feel I have found one I am happy with in all conditions.  The first thing you notice about the P-719 is how easy it is to align.  The aluminium 'barrel' with a long alignment line on the top of it, makes lining up puts very easy indeed.  The next thing you notice is the feel and roll when you hit a putt.  The soft face insert really does feel good and imparts a very positive roll to the ball from the first rotation.  I have had comments from those I play with about this on several occasions.  In the past I have found that putters with soft inserts are not always easy to use on long puts in the winter months when greens can be slow, but with the P-719 that has not been the case.  I still 3 putt sometimes, but that is me rather than the putter.  I gave 4 stars as I do find the grip a little on the thin side and there aren't any length options (I find myself gripping down the shaft on short putts) but to be honest I don't know if that has had a negative effect on my play.

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