Sacks Parente Golf introduced the Series 18 model just in time for the PGA Merchandise Show next week. Described as cavity sole flange blade “putting instrument” it is heel shafted with the company’s Ultra Low Balance Point (ULBP) design.
“The Series 18 captures the spirit of the heel shafted blade with the stability of a mallet putter,” said Rich Parente, Co-Founder of Sacks Parente Golf. “Its technology makes this flanged blade a real performance alternative for golfers. The first things you will notice are the graceful curves, cavity sole and dramatic visual presence of this putter. The next thing you’ll notice is the unequaled sound and feel, and how accurate it is, even on off center hits. The innovative cavity sole takes needless weight out of the center of the putter and moves a large amount of weight to the heel and toe which we can augment with additional tungsten, one reason the 18 plays so well.”
ULBP just as the name implies pushes the balance point lower so it finishes at the maximum five inches above the sole using a graphite composite shafts weighing approximately 1 gram per inch of length. This helps to square the face at impact starting the ball on the intended line with better distance control.
Key Features Sacks Parente Series 18
Head 304 stainless steel 100% milled
Aluminum face insert
Tungsten weighting in heel & toe
Very high MOI – comparable to many mallets
Lightweight carbon fiber shaft 1/3 weight of steel
Priced at $600 with graphite fiber shaft, with Tour carbon shaft $900 & with Pro Tour X shaft $1,200