Mizuno, the Japanese equipment manufacturer, has introduced three new M.Craft OMOI putters.
Forged from premium 1025 carbon steel and CNC milled - using the success of the previous models - the OMOI putters feature a heavier head weight to increase MOI for improved stability.
The brand say they have achieved greater stability in the OMOI by taking a view of the entire club.
They have balanced out the increased head weight with a lighter grip and shaft to shift the club's CG (center of gravity) and help control face rotation through the putting stroke.
There are three traditional OMOI head styles.
OMOI 01 is a slant neck blade
OMOI 02 is a plumber's neck blade
OMOI 03 is a full mallet
Every putter also comes with an additional weight kit - including a pair of 3g and 13g weights that are interchangeable with the 8g fitted as standard.
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M.Craft OMOI putters are available in three finishes.
Mizuno say they have strived to create the best products for consumers for 116 years.
They believe the OMOI putter line adheres firmly to that original spirit and desire, while offering the best performance benefits that modern technology can bring.
What is MOI?
Moment of inertia. MOI is measured in grams per centimeter squared and shows how much resistance a clubhead has to twisting. The more resistance it has, the higher the MOI reading and, importantly for golfers, the more forgiving the club will play.