Wilson Golf has extended its award-winning Wilson Staff Infinite putter range for 2019 with three new models incorporating eye-catching design and game-changing technology.
The new models continue the tradition of being named after landmarks and neighbourhoods in the brand’s home city of Chicago.
Available this month, the Bucktown fang-style mallet features a double bend in the shaft towards the head to balance the face at impact, while the West Loop is a wide-profile blade-style putter with a straight-down shaft. Coming early next year is the ‘L’, a mallet-style putter with a square head and straight shaft.
The three new putters, all of which retail for £99, join the six other Infinite models, including the centre-shafted South Side mallet, which has been used exclusively by three-time major champion Padraig Harrington for the past four seasons. Other models include the ‘Windy City’, ‘Bean’ and ‘Bucktown’ models in a glacier blue and white-coloured women’s option.
All Infinite putters benefit from counterbalance technology, which combines a heavier head and grip weights to move the balance point closer to the hands for a smoother and more controlled stroke. A new oversized grip provides a more stable feel and limits rotation during stroke, while the 104g heavy grip further enhances the counter-balanced feel.
A black anti-glare finish accentuates the sight lines that have been stripped back to improve alignment at address, while double-milled faces promote consistent impact, roll and distance control.
Doug Wright, Wilson Golf’s global commercial director, said: “We continue to expand and improve this popular Infinite putter range year-on-year and the 2019 range now has a better balance of blade and mallet style options.”
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