The sharpness of our senses is defined by the finest detail we can discriminate. Vernier Acuity is the smallest visible offset between the stimuli that can be detected.
The Sacks Parente Series 54MH putter, with VA lines, create a better visual alignment of the putter face to the ball. Although this assists the golfer in their initial aim and alignment, it is the Ultra Low Balance Point that insures the head squares at impact and actually helps the golfer make more putts.
In 2018 Sacks Parente was the first to introduce Vernier Acuity (or three stripes) to a putter, although many now tout three track technology as “revolutionary” it was Sacks Parente who revolutionized it on the putter head.
For those who prefer a targeting look, we developed the VA model. Vernier Acuity is defined as the ability to see dis-alignment between two lines. This is enhanced when the outside lines are of a different color from the inside line and having the outside lines slightly thinner than the inside line. Simply put, Vernier Acuity will help you maintain focus on the center target line, making it easier for you to visualize the intended roll, resulting in more putts made.
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.