The four new sole grinds include FULL sole for the most bounce MID sole for medium bounce LOW sole for low bounce and XLOW for players who want the most versatility when it comes to pulling off extra challenging greenside shots.
The new RTX 4 also differs from the previous RTX 3 by offering less offset a more compact profile and four new sole grinds all of which were designed via significant input from Cleveland Tour staff members like Keegan Bradley Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry.
The Spider Tour Black mallet putter that DJ has been gaming features a flow hosel and isn’t face-balanced since most pros prefer a putter that releases freely. The Pure Roll Surlyn insert provides a firmer feel than that in the Red version.
As is the case with all Srixon models the Soft Feel features an Energetic Gradient Growth Core that produces low spin and high launch for outstanding distance. The Ionomer cover on the new Soft Feel is softer and thinner than in the previous model allowing for improved spin rates on short shots around the green as well as an overall more pleasing short-game feel.
We love to check out the clubs and balls that Tour players use and we occasionally wind up adding similar models to our own bags. Of all the gear that pros put into play putters are the ones that weekend players can best wield without effort.