The Simple Harmonic Motion Mallet Putter (SHM) is the most accurate putter in golf. Here are the 3 reasons why - first, the head is heavier which raises the moment-of-inertia of the head for added forgiveness. Second, the face has a very soft TPU insert with grooves which help to get a smoother rolling putt. Third, the alignment markings on the mallet body help give you the best line to the hole.
Play: Right Hand Only
Head Material: Stainless Steel
Face Material: Soft TPU Face Insert
Face Grooves are used to help get the ball rolling smoother so it will stay on line to the cup.
This radically new putter shaft design improves the ability of all players to perceive or feel where ball impact occurs on the face. This instantaneous feedback results in improved putting ability since the player learns to consistently stroke more putts on the sweet spot of the putter. Feel becomes clearer and so does the confidence to make solid contact to sink more putts.
Filtering Diffuser in the mid-section filters out higher, unwanted vibrations. Therefore, only the true feeling of the ball impacting the putter face is released to the hands.
PURE Grips Standard Putter (Available in Black, Blue, Red, White)
PURE Grips Midsize (Available in Black, Blue, Red, White)
PURE Grips Big Dog Oversize (Available in Black, Blue, Red, White)
Golf Pride Wrap
Golf Pride Tour SNSR
Simple Harmonic Motion Putter has a 60 gram counter weight installed inside the shaft at the end of the grip to provide a smooth consistent putting stroke.
Golfers who putt well have a high level of fine motor control skill. That simply means they have the neuro-muscular ability to move and control objects with their hands at slower speeds in a consistent, repeating and very precise manner. For those of us who do not have fine motor control, by putting a substantial amount of weight in the end of the putter shaft, our hands now feel that heavier weight and are better able to move in a more consistent, repeating manner.
Golfers who have proven to improve their putting with a counter weight all have one or more of the following putting habits:
Tendency to both pull and push putts off line
A higher than average incidence of off center hit putts
Inconsistency with distance control – some putts short and some putts long
The path of the putter back and through the ball can be jerky, not very smooth and rhythmic