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CobraKING Vintage Cuda Single Bend Putter

R2,499

Retail: R5,000
About

The KING Cuda putter features an oversized mallet shape with a single bend hosel that is suitable for straight back and straight through putting strokes.

Headcover included.

Product Feature

Oversize Mallet Shape

  • An oversized mallet shape is constructed using 304 stainless steel and features a single sightline for improved alignment at address.

SIK Aluminum Face Insert

  • An aluminium face insert features SIK Golf’s proprietary Descending Loft Technology (DLT) for an excellent feel and straighter and more accurate putts.

Adjustable Weighting

  • The Widesport putter comes with two 10g sole weights that can be adjusted up to +15g or -5g each (adjusting head weight from +30g or -10g) using heavier or lighter weights (5g, 15g, 20g, 25g) to dial in feel and stability. Weights are sold separately.

SIK Face Technology

  • We partnered with SIK Golf to design the most accurate putter face possible. Each aluminium face insert features SIK Golf's patented Descending Loft Technology (DLT) that utilizes four descending lofts to ensure the most consistent roll and launch angle for a variety of putting strokes and attack angles

The Most Consistent Roll For Every Stroke

  • We partnered with SIK Golf to design the most accurate putter face possible. Each aluminium face insert features SIK Golf's patented Descending Loft Technology (DLT) that utilizes four descending lofts to ensure the most consistent roll and launch angle for a variety of putting strokes and attack angles
Product Specifications
  • Model: CUDA
  • Hosel: Single Bend
  • Loft Angle: 4°, 3°, 2°, 1°
  • Lie Angle: 70°
  • Toe Hang: 0°
  • Cut Length: 35.00"
  • Head Weight: 365g
  • RH/LH: RH Only
  • Grip: SuperStroke Traxion Tour 2.0 (55g)
  • Shaft:
    • Model: KBS 120 PUTTER
    • Tip Size: .370
    • Weight: 120g
  • 6-month warranty
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