Srixon putters revealed

P-700 series to challenge the competitive market

Bob Warters
Thu, 13 Dec 2007

Srixon Sports, best known for its irons, drivers and balls, is determined to grab a piece of the putter action with two new models in the P-700 series.

The company, based in Alton, Hampshire, recently took over Never Compromise putter brand as part of its merger with Cleveland Golf but is determined to stand alone with its latest flat sticks, which incorporate its Digital Impact technology with unique sight lines and improved stability.

The mallet-style putters - P-718 and P-719 - are made from milled aluminium with a soft urethane insert.

The P-718 (above left) features a stainless steel weight ring around the perimeter which Srixon claims, reduces the tendency to open or close the face at impact and a triple red and whiter sight line. The P-719 (above right) has a cylindrically-shaped alignment, to improve the ball-to-target line and add confidence at address and through the stroke.

The putters will be available in the Spring (35-inch shaft, right hand only) at a recommended price of £129.