Introducing our top-of-the-line forged putters - the perfect addition to any golfer's
Crafted with precision and care, our forged putters are made from high-quality
1020 carbon steel and designed to give you the ultimate putting experience.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, our putters are sure to take
your game to the next level.
Here are just a few reasons why you should choose our forged putters:
Superior feel and control: The forging process creates a dense, tight grain structure that results in a superior feel and control compared to cast putters. You'll be able to feel the ball off the face of the putter, allowing you to better control your speed and line.
Customisation: We understand that every golfer is unique, which is why we offer a range of customisation options to ensure that your putter is tailored to your specific needs. From the length of the putter to the grip and shaft, we'll work with you to create the perfect putter for your game.
Durability: Our forged putters are built to last. The forging process creates a strong, durable head that can withstand the wear and tear of regular use. You can count on your putter to perform well on the greens for years to come.
Stylish design: Our forged putters not only perform well, but they also look great. With a sleek, modern design and a variety of finishes to choose from, you'll be proud to show off your new putter on the course.
Don't settle for a mediocre putter. Upgrade to one of our high-quality forged putters and take your putting game to the next level.
HOW THEY’RE MADE
The forged putters are created using a single piece, or billet, of steel. Heat still plays an important part in this process, but instead of heating the steel up until it is liquid to be poured into a mold, the billet of steel is heated up until it is malleable. Once it is hot enough, the billet is placed in a press where it is pressed out into the desired shape of the clubhead. Whereas cast irons are pretty well finished once they are set up in their mold, forged irons still have to undergo more work before they are ready to be shafted. A forged clubhead still needs to be buffed, ground, and detailed by hand to meet the exact specifications of the iron’s design. Forging is a much more personal and time-consuming process.
Forged irons are famous for being great-feeling golf clubs, as are our putters. They are made with softer steel that has more carbon in order to make them more workable, keeping the grain of the steel packed in tight. This is what gives forged putters that signature feel and feedback cited by the golfers who use and love them and why they prefer this construction. These putters are also works of art.
Face Balanced vs Toe Hang
A lot of golfers talk about toe hang and sometimes misinterpret what the effect is and when to recommend one over the other. Our Model I and XI, are toe hang (TH) putters, that is the centre of mass (CM) is towards the heel. The model V and X are closer to face balanced (FB) with the shaft angle pointing to the centre of the face.
We have put some links to research on the effect of FB vs TH here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323371063_Influence_of_Toe-Hang_vs_Face-Balanced_Putter_Design_on_Golfer_Applied_Kinetics (thanks to Mackenzie, Sasho & Henrikson).
There is also some interesting research on shaft offset here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/362731154_Influence_of_putter_offset_on_performance (thanks to Mackenzie, Sasho & Ura, Daniel & Henrikson, Erik & Kell, Luke).
If you want to skip the reading both say that the differences are negligible in performance yet are relevant when it comes to the players stance and grip. One last piece of information, a 600g toe hang putter will introduce the equivalent of 1g of angular force than a 600g face balanced putter on a medium (4m) putt.