Best Mallet Putters Test 2019

Take a look at some of the best options for mallet putters this year.

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Thu, 6 Jun 2019
Top Mallet Putters

Mallet putters have become increasingly popular, especially on Tour, as we have seen mulitple Tour pros switch from a blade putter to a mallet.

If you're looking for a new mallet putter this year then take a look at this list, as GolfMagic brings you some of its favourites for 2019...

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The TaylorMade Spider X celebrates ten years of the Spider putter that hit the market by storm.

The new copper and dark blue colourways are a bit different to the usual striking red, but look stunning nonetheless.

The new model features a deeper centre of gravity to make it more stable in a more compact package.

A carbon composite centre section means that around three quarters of the head's weight lies in the heel and toe for a smoother stroke.


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The new Odyssey Stroke Lab putters took putter technology to the next level.

All six Stroke Lab mallets in the range feature a shaft that is mostly made from graphite, with a small section of it made from steel towards the head of the putter, plus extra weight in the grip so the balance point is closer to your hand.

Having tested these out ourselves, you can really feel the technology working and you'd be happy with any of the Stroke Lab mallets.

from £239

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The Wilson Infinite range features counter balance technology, helping to produce a much smoother putting stroke.

The Infinite Bucktown is one of Wilson's latest putters, featuring a double milled face for consistent impact, role and distance control, while its dark anti-glare finish accentuates alignment.

Feel, roll, looks, value. This one has it all. The best value for money mallet on the market.


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