Tour Edge Wingman Putter
While Cleveland manufactures a putter that is more than inexpensive, the Tour Edge Wingman is the finest bargain for a center shaft putter. If you’ve read any of our other buying guides, you’ll note that we frequently discuss the value Tour Edge provides golfers. Because it is correct. However, just because their clubs are less expensive does not imply they are not producing high-quality equipment.
Due to the weighted wings fundamental to the design, the new Exotics Wingman putter by Tour Edge is an extreme M.O.I. modern mini-mallet design that promotes the face square to the swing path for a more correct roll. The multi-material putter boasts one of the highest M.O.I. (Moment of Inertia) ratings of any putter on the market, making it exceptionally resistant to twisting. When you combine this exceptional twist resistance with Lock-On Alignment Technology, golfers can dial in putts with deadly accuracy.
The Mid-Toe-Hang (30°) model is designed for a putting stroke with a slight arc and a moderate closing angle on the forward stroke, which compensates for the inclination to drag a putt left.
The horizontal micro-grooves increase forward foll and reduce skidding off the face, resulting in a better roll.
- Mini-mallet design putter
- Resistant to twisting with high M.O.I. ratings
- Lock-On Alignment Technology for accuracy
- Carbon fiber sole plate redistributes weight and improves sound/feel
- Designed for perfect weight distribution and maximum forgiveness
- Interchangeable weights (3g, 8g, 15g)
- Micro-groove face for soft feel, improved forward roll, and reduced skidding
- Sink Fit Straight grip with distinct contoured shape and Fingerprint Technology
- Center-shafted model with alignment-oriented, face-balanced design for stable stroke
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This sole plate helps disperse weight to the sides and back of the clubhead, increasing M.O.I. and acting as an internal framework to improve sound and feel even more. This is a one-of-a-kind contrast alignment technique that allows the lie angle to be set completely square at address, assisting overall alignment even more.
While Cleveland manufactures a putter that is more than inexpensive, the Tour Edge Wingman is the finest bargain for a center shaft putter. If you've read any of our other buying guides, you'll note that we frequently discuss the value Tour Edge provides golfers. Because it is correct. However, just because their clubs are less expensive does not imply they are not producing high-quality equipment.
- Alignment with Lock-On Precision technology.
- The carbon fiber sole plate redistributes weight while also improving sound and feel.
- Designed for optimal weight distribution and forgiveness.
Golfers can add or subtract more overall weight to the heel and toe of the clubhead with the help of a separate interchangeable weight kit that includes two 8-gram weights and two 15-gram weights. Many golfers modify the overall weight to make faster greens lighter and slower ones heavier.
Wingman putters have a conventional head weight of 355 grams with 3-gram weights. The Wingman weighting system can achieve 9 distinct weight combinations and 6 different headweights with the weight kit, with a maximum head weight of 379 grams conceivable. Those who lag and leave the toe open in their stroke will benefit from more weight in the heel.
The KBS CT Tour putter shaft is the stock shaft for the Wingman series, and it is KBS’ first putter shaft. To give better stability, this stepless steel-putter features a stiffer structure throughout the shaft, particularly in the tip. The putter’s stiffer contour makes it easier to control and gives you improved head awareness.
Lamkin’s gigantic Wingman branded Sink Fit Straight grip has a unique contoured form and patented Fingerprint Technology. The Sink Fit Straight promotes a smoother putting stroke and lighter grip pressure.