What we say...
A flanged mallet with extra weight in both the head and grip to create a counter balanced model. A double milled face ensures precision while parallel and perpendicular sight lines simplify alignment.
Wilson can lay claim to making the legendary TPA putter that Nick Faldo used to win a couple of Majors, now we can’t say the Grant Park is exactly the same shape but it is very similar. The huge amount of toe hang means the Grant Park is much more suited to a putting stroke with rotation than a straight back and through motion. We liked the white toe to heel alignment line on the top edge which clearly shows where the blade is pointing, and we also felt the positive crisp feel off the solid milled face was spot on.
Wilson say the Grant Park is counter balanced, after testing a stack of putters we’d say it’s a more gentle introduction to the concept. The oversized grip fits nicely in the hands and will go some way to helping eliminate wrist break from your stroke too.
2016 Wilson Staff Grant Park Putter Review
Grip: Wilson Staff Infinite
Toe hang: Strong