Released in early 2020, Mizuno’s first putter line in a number of years – M CRAFT – was designed to continue the manufacturer’s reputation for high quality, high performance golf equipment further in golfer’s bags.
The three models – I, II, III – forged from 1025 mild carbon steel and CNC milled proving popular with golfers, including numerous who put them in play on the European Tour. And now set to be joined by three new putters in early 2021.
Arriving in golf shops from February 4, the M.CRAFT IV, M.CRAFT V and M.CRAFT VI, are created using the same materials, as well as the strict manufacturing processes and tolerances that has made Mizuno’s irons so famous, and offer a greater variety of head shapes and neck configurations to suit a wider variety of players.
M.CRAFT IV features a slant neck in a square back shape, M.CRAFT V is a slant neck mallet, while M.CRAFT VI is a face-balanced wing mallet.
Available in three finishes –White Satin, Blue ION, Black ION – the entire M CRAFT range features a standard 355 gram headweight, with the exception of the VI, which weighs in at 371 grams to offer more stability. However, golfers are able to adjust their putter to suit the personal preferences with an adjustable weight kit.
To find out more, visit www.mizunogolf.com