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Tour Edge Exotics Wingman Putter Review

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Similar in design to PING’s Heppler Tomcat 14, Odyssey’s Triple Track #10, Scotty Cameron’s Phantom X-12, the Tour Edge’s new Exotics Wingman Putters is also an extreme M.O.I. version. Its design features a modern mini-mallet design with Lock-On alignment and interchangeable sole weights. The price point is considerably less than the aforementioned putters.

The Wingman also has an extremely high resistance to twisting with one of the highest Moment of Inertia (M.O.I.) ratings of any putter available on the market.

The weighted wings featured on Wingman putters promote the face square to the swing path for a true roll, while the one-of-a-kind Lock-On alignment technology allows the lie angle to be set perfectly square at address, further aiding overall alignment.

Interchangeable weights on the sole of the Wingman putter come in 3, 8 and 15 grams, with the 3-gram weight being the standard option.

Another great feature of the putter is the separate interchangeable weight kit which includes two 8-gram weights and two 15-gram weights giving golfers the option of adding or subtracting more overall weight to the heel and toe of the clubhead to obtain their preferred feel.

By using the weight kit, nine different possible weight combinations and six different head weights can be achieved with the Wingman weighting system, with a maximum head weight of 379 grams being possible.

Adding more weight bias weight to heel to toe, is also something savvy golfers will take advantage of in the Wingman design. More weight in the heel will assist those who lag and leave the toe open in their stroke. Golfers with a tendency to pull their putts will benefit from more weight on the toe.

Many golfers choose to adjust the overall weight to lighter for faster greens and heavier for slower greens. The standard head weight of the Wingman putters is 355 grams with the 3-gram weights.

Our testing group really liked the aesthetics and weighting kit and appreciated the price.

Wingman putters will be available for purchase worldwide in April and carry a retail price of $199.99

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Barry Lotz,J.D.,Ph.D.
Barry Lotz, J.D., Ph.D. is the director of the Professional Golf Teachers Association of America. He is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America, the California Golf Writers Association, and serves both as a Consultant and Mediator to the golf industry. He is also the author of numerous books, including “333 Best Web Sites for Golfers”, “How to Build Business Relationships through Golf” which is in the Top Ten Golf Business Book’s bestseller list. His latest book,” The Right Mind for Golf” is now in its 9th printing. He currently works with 14 Tour Players on mental coaching, putting and scoring techniques.

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