Wilson Golf has announced a new addition to its popular Infinite putter range, with the introduction of the new Buckingham mallet model which is the brand's take on one of the game's most popular head shapes.
The putter continues the tradition of naming putters after landmarks and neighbourhoods in the brand's home city of Chicago.
The Buckingham features a futuristic mallet head shape, with a high MOI for added forgiveness and more consistent results across the face.
As with the rest of the Infinite range, the Buckingham feature Counterbalance Technology which combines both a heavier head and grip, moving the balance point closer up towards the hands for a smoother, more controlled putting stroke.
The grip also includes an oversize design which provides a stable feel and limits head rotation during the strike. Weighing in at 104 grams, this grip helps to create the counter-balanced putter feel.
"The Buckingham is an excellent addition to the Infinite line-up which has proved very popular amongst golfers, with plenty of options to choose from between blade and mallet models."
Lee Farrar, Head of Wilson Golf - UK and Ireland
The Infinite line also features a black anti-glare finish, to accentuate the sight lines that have been stripped back in order to improve alignment at address.
The Double-Milled Face, which promotes a consistent impact and roll off the face, also features the Wilson Staff logo in it's new modern look.
The headcovers carry distinctive Infinite branding in the traditional Red and Black colourway, whilst the Ladies version uses a Glacier Blue and White options, with the model being specifically engineered to suit female golfers.
Available from April, the Wilson Infinite Buckingham is available in both right and left handed for Men, and right handed for Women, at an RRP of £109.
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