REDEYE LAUNCH NEW PUTTER
The RedEye Golf company has announced the launch of its new i330 putter, designed as both a Tour putter and as a laser guided practice putter.
The RedEye Golf company has announced the launch of its new i330 putter, designed as both a Tour putter and as a high tech laser guided practice putter.
And it’s not a gimmick.
After years of research and testing, says RedEye, their hot, new, dual-purpose putter has gained the endorsement of many US PGA Tour players including former major winner Craig Stadler, Jerry Smith, Todd Fischer, Marco Dawson, Paul Goydos, Chris Couch, Jay Willamson, Howard Twitty and Dick Mast.
RedEye claim that as a playing putter, their new i330 model has exceptional balance and feel.
Its classic mallet styling and offset hosel are enhanced through a customized weighting system where assorted weight cartridges can be easily changed to fit individual needs.
This USGA conforming putter comes standard with a responsive face insert and a popular Karakal grip and is available in right-hand 33″, 34″ and 35″ lengths.
This same RedEye i330 putter easily converts to a practice putter, the announcement explains, because it incorporates laser guidance technology.
Conversion is done by removing three screws and replacing the sole plate and weight cartridge with the laser cartridge and sole plate.
To activate the laser beam, tap the bottom of the putter on the ground. A laser line will extend to the target.
RedEye Golf has designed a special Smart Target for practice with the laser putting system.
When the putter’s laser beam paints the center of the Smart Target, the Smart Target displays a red signal light and an audible beep.
This feedback guarantees perfect aim. Accessories include a deluxe head cover, special screwdriver, extra screws, playing sole plate and 125 gram weight cartridge.
Optional 140 gram and 160 gram weight cartridges are also available.
For further information contact http://www.putters.com/Putters/Putters_2/Red-Eye-Laser-Putter
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