In a recent survey by an US golf magazine they out-performed a dozen top competitor’s mallet putters in distance roll from heel, toe and centre hits and are proving popular with an increasing number of Tour pros.
The NCX-RAY putters feature Suspended Face Technology (SFT), which the makers claim includes a dual-density insert that uses ribs of material embedded in a softer insert to deliver responsive feedback at impact.
As a result, the designers were able to relocate up to 25 per-cent of the head-weight to the edges of the putter to make it more stable and consistent at impact. Never Compromise - part of the Cleveland and Srixon family - says SFT technology also limits the surface area in contact with the ball, 'improving directional dispersion.'
Testers found the grey and red alignment feature also helped golfers achieve a consistent set-up and improved alignment.
“I’ve turned my putting around since switching to the NCX-RAY putter,” says US tour pro Stephen Marino. “If you take the latest putter technology from each of the various putters used on the PGA Tour, you’ll find all that technology wrapped into the NCX-RAY putters.”
Expected price on the NCX-RAY putters is £129.
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