Ice Cube putter debuts clear head

Acyrlic head allows players to aim putter 'like a rifle' for accuracy gains 

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Mon, 8 Aug 2016

The Ice Cube putter boasts a clear acrylic head, allowing players to line up as if they were “aiming a rifle”.

Available at present with a variety of engraving and colour choices, the flat stick allows players to see through the putter to the green.

The alignment line measures 2.75 inches starting from the back of the head and leaving a quarter inch gap at the face.

The brand says this gives players a “better visual in which direction the golf ball will strike”, allowing for a more precise putt.

The alignment line starts at the back of the head and leaves a quarter inch gap at the face. Winn’s 2012 putter rip is employed, and a padded cover is provided for the putter on purchase.

Ice Cube Putter says it is currently “extremely busy getting orders out of the door” and are currently having to issue two-week delivery dates to customers, such is the interest in their product.

We will endeavour to have a putter in for testing in the coming weeks.

Price: $199.95

Head to the Ice Cube putter website for more information.