Multiple stripes have a long history of making visual alignment easier. The Standard Stripe 54LC is designed to help your eyes follow the ramp shape towards the target and visually simulate the correct track, enabling you to line up shots more consistently and make more putts.
For those who are used to putting with a mallet, one of the most common failings of typical mallet design is the creation of unintended side spin or “gear effect”. When the weight of the mallet is moved to the rear, you achieve a higher MOI but you also cause the ball to side spin on mis-hits. This can cause your ball to break more, or break less, than intended as well as lose energy on roll out. Sacks Parente mallets all are designed with a weight forward center of gravity that delivers a perfect roll even if you mis-hit.
Mallet putters are available in various shapes and sizes. They are a popular choice because a properly designed mallet is usually more forgiving on mishits.
At Sacks Parente, out-performing most mallets wasn’t enough. We set out to produce the finest mallets ever made…Period. That means crafting putters that are extremely forgiving on off-center hits, are easy to align and all without sacrificing excellent feedback.
Moment of Inertia, in relation to putters, is defined as the ability of the putter to resist twisting on impact with the golf ball. Perfect contact and transfer of the available energy directly to the ball is the goal of each putt. However no golfer will hit the ball perfectly every time. So energy, distance and directional control are all negatively effected on miss hits.
The Series 54 has a very high MOI and has been developed, engineered, manufactured and independently proven to make more putts.