PGA TOUR Proven
The second model introduced, the patented heel counter-weight on this classic blade putter was further squared for a more traditional look, while still ensuring the “Perfectly Balanced / Torque-free” design ensures the club face will never open up.
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Lamkin Deep-Etched traditional-sized, paddle shape grip for maximum feel and feedback
304 cast stainless steel, CNC milled face
Loft & Lie
Loft 2°, Lie 70°
Ships with Axis1 Head cover
The Axis1 difference
Putter remains square at address and travels perpendicular to your swing path.
Putter will not twist open at address or windshield wipe open throughout your swing nor will it twist upon hitting the ball.
For the very first time, our patented heel counterweight places the center of gravity in the center of the striking face and in line with the axis of the shaft.
3rd major putter innovation
Following the evolutions of perimeter weighting and alignment features on putters comes Axis1’s revolutionary Perfect Balance/ Torque Free Technology.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will An Axis1 Putter Feel Different?
Yes. Each putter is individually tuned and perfectly balanced. Our putters might initially feel lighter due to their unique balance characteristics, but their ability to hold your line will make you a convert.
Do the putters come in different lengths?
Yes. They come in 33”, 34″ and 35″. Also available for custom lengths for an additional fee.
Does the putter come with a head cover?
Yes, our putters come with head covers. Additional covers can be purchased in our shop.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes, though note we have retailers in Europe, Japan, Korea, and Australia. Please see our Retailer Locator for more information. We can also ship internationally from the US if there are no stores in your area. Click HERE for more information on international shipments from the US.
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Why CG Placement On a Putter Matters
Axis1 is the only company in golf to own the patents to put the Center of Gravity on the center of the striking face and in-line with the Axis of the shaft. Why does this matter and how do you determine where the true point of “zero-twist” is on all golf putters? Having been in […]