Mizuno has expanded its range of premium M.CRAFT putters with the launch of three new models that will be at retail from February 4.
Forged from premium mild carbon steel, then CNC milled to create the most precise shape and alignment, Mizuno’s M.CRAFT putters have previously been available in three classic shapes.
As played by Adrien Saddier and David Dixon on the European Tour, the initial models in the M.CRAFT line have proven hugely popular and, as a result, three new shapes have been developed – IV, V and VI.
M.CRAFT IV is a slant neck deep square back putter with moderate toe-hang to suit players with a moderate putting arc. M.CRAFT V is a slant neck toe-heel deep mallet with maximum toe-hang to suit a strongly arcing stroke.
M.CRAFT VI, which weighs 16g more than the other models at 371g, is a face-balanced wing mallet offering slightly more weight and stability for players with a straight back and through stroke.
The original M.CRAFT putters remain in the range. M.CRAFT I is a square back with mid slant neck and max toe-hang, suited to an exaggerated putting arc. M.CRAFT II is a classic heel-toe putter with plumber’s neck and mid toe-hang, matching a moderate putting arc, and finally, the M.CRAFT III is a face-balanced mid-mallet delivering stability for golfers with less putting arc.
Each putter is weighted to promotes a fluid, rhythmical putting stroke, however an additional weight kit that includes two 3g weights and two 13gweights, which can be interchanged with the 8g fitted weights, allows each M.CRAFT putter to be adjusted to a variety of putting conditions.
Each head style is available in three finishes – White Satin, Blue ION and Black ION.
They are fitted with KBS Tour shafts, Lamkin Deep Etched Full Blue cord grips and come with a M.CRAFT headcover in Mizuno’s classic staff colours with a leather M.CRAFT mark.