Great price, nice soft face
Winter golf here in Vegas does two things to my game. 1. The yips from all the extra layers of clothing.2, Dormant Bermuda roots bend and twist my irons. Note: Look for a course that overseeds with rye grass in the fall. Otherwise your playing goat ranch conditions. I can't fix the course [ though we will not belong there next winter ] but Cleveland's Halo fixed my putting stroke. For years I used their V.I.P. blade putter in a square stance. In the cold I find myself raising the flatstick in my backswing. The Halo stopped this.I did however go to an open stance because it just feels right with this club. Another cool trait is the way to use the loft. 3.5 dg. Just set the putter down and the sole goes to it's designed loft. A little forward in the stance and it puts a nice controllable flight on the ball. I can actually chip over greenside sprinkler heads from just off the green.No more stubbed sand wedge Very nice... Alignment aids are first rate. With a little practice you can work the ball against the break if you have to. To go against a left to right break I simply put an in to out stroke on it. Just like drawing my irons. The effect was I was able to straighten the line out a whole lot on a putt that should fall off right. Might just come in handy when a $2 Nassau is on the line and your giving your buddy a read off your putt. Feel is exceptional. I expected a muted thud. Must be the copper/plastic combo. Don't know, it just works. Style, well if it had any more swoops to it I'd put marker lites on it. It has it's own style. Distance control is a solid A plus from me. And a smooth predictable role is the norm. Other clubs get changed out of my bag almost as much as doing my laundry. Not putters though . Once I find a keeper it stays. I'll keep the V.I.P. as a back up. But the Halo earned it's place on the bag in two rounds.