The putter pictured here is a sweet, flowing blade made that has a longer than standard full-round hosel, decorated with simple snow that runs the full length of the neck. It is one of my favorite head shapes and I wopuld love to have a requst to do another like it. There would be zero cnc milling on this putter and you can be proud to own a 100% hand milled putter. This is a true rarity in today's putter world and is something you can be very proud to own.
The flange is singular in plane and flows cleanly from heel to toe. The toe and heel corners are slightly less rounded than on some of my other blades and that is a feature that a lot of putter enthusiasts really key in on. For some, this look will be perfect, while for others, this may well be the feature that prevents them from purchasing. On the sole, you will notice an optional custom bullet that has been cut out, also. This raises the COG, very slightly and also brought the weight down to a more manageable 355 grams.
The stamping on this sample was kept to a classy level with only stamping on the heel end of the face and a cool wrap-around stamping on the sole, near the rear end of the bullet. When you order your own MannMade, you can determine if you go mild or wild with you stamping and finish.
Grip will be a standard or mid-size PURE Classic putter grip with the MannKrafted brand and logo down the front. My stock grip is black, but you are free to ask if any other colors are available, at the time of your order. I have started to carry the Cork Tree Grip, also in various sizes, as they come available and also try to keep perforated leather grips in stock, when possible. There is a small upgrade charge, but on a full handmade putter, it is nice to have the options.
This was one of very few putters in this style that I ever had available as a spec putter, so if you like what you see, I can recreate a similar blade, just for you.
Thank you for checking out MannKrafted and I look forward to hearing from you when the time is right.
Download 2018 Spec Sheet Here