Mizuno has announced an update to their M-Craft putter lineup for 2021 with three new models available from February, following the success of the initial range and in an effort to provide a putter option for every type of golfer.
The M-Craft putters are distinctive for their CNC milling on the face, forged from a premium 1025 carbon steel, and produce precise shaping along with a uniquely firm feel off the face.
The M-Craft IV is a deep square back putter with moderate toe-hang, which suits players with a moderate putting arc.
The M-Craft V is a slant neck toe-heel deep mallet with the most toe-hang, for golfers with a strongly arcing stroke.
Finally, the M-Craft VI is a face-balanced wing mallet, which provides slightly more weight and stability for golfers with more of a 'straight back, straight through' putting stroke.
The putters weigh in at 355 grams (apart from the M-Craft VI which is 371 grams) and each putter head helps to generate a more fluid stroke.
Mizuno also give you an additional weight kit which includes two 3 gram weights and two 13 gram weights, which can be interchanged with the existing weights in the putter head in order to adjust to different putting conditions.
Each putter is available in three different finishes: White Satin, Blue ION and Black ION. They are priced at £249 and come complete with KBS Tour shaft and Lamkin Deep Etched cord grip, along with a leather headcover.
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