Like a photographer wouldn’t shoot a magazine cover with a dusty, damaged camera and a scuba-diver wouldn’t swim with sharks if he had a dented oxygen-tank, you shouldn’t hit the green with a putter past its prime. Let today’s Groupon help you break par to pieces and become a primo putter with an Extreme Touch putter fitted with an indigenous a wood insert for R999.
Other than a certain shade of loud green tartan or a jaunty hat, aficionados of the Green Jacket sport have one thing that identifies their personal style; their putter. Though much of what makes a putter feel so good in your hands takes place between your ears, trying to stroke a putt with something that feels a bit like a wonky hockey-stick isn’t going to do anything for your handicap. Creating the perfect balance between click and cushion, the Extreme Touch putter can help even the once-a-year players one-putt every green.
Designed by Eddie Irwin, a senior-pro in the world of fairways, with the shaft, grip and covers sourced from one of the leading golf-manufacturers in the world, the Extreme Touch putter is a magical experience for eyes and hands alike. Like a day-old loaf of bread, golf balls seem to be getting harder as time passes, and going back to the days of putters caved from willow-bark would probably result in splinters and a bag full of shattered clubs. Unfortunately, stoking a putt from 140 metres with a metal putter can lead to some seriously bad vibrations from carpus to clavicle. Solving that problem with the panache only the most truly prodigious of putting-pros can achieve, Extreme Touch combines the softness of wood with modern power – the indigenous wood insert, proving a softer touch than the usual kiaat not only prevents that shake, rattle and roll up to your shoulder-blades, but provides a more powerful and accurate stroke every time.
Whether you’re just looking for that elusive perfect feel, you need something that matches your style as well as your green and purple sweater-vest or you want that yes feeling of being able to one-putt every green you meet, the Extreme Touch putter is the perfect way to do all three.
Golf Fact: A typo made on invitations to a golf-tournament left many Green Jacket hopefuls very confused; they arrived at the venue, only to find that the ‘golf course’ they’d been directed to was actually a sheep farm.