Mizuno has announced an extension to its M.Craft line of putters, with three new models available February 4.
Forged from premium 1025 mild carbon steel, then CNC milled for precise shape and alignment, Mizuno’s M.Craft putters have been available through 2020 in three shapes. Three new shapes have been designed and developed to extend the M.Craft line for 2021 – M.Craft IV, M.Craft V and M.Craft VI.
M.Craft IV is a slant neck deep square back putter with moderate toe-hang to suit players with a moderate putting arc. M.Craft V is a slant neck, toe-heel deep mallet with maximum toe-hang to suit a strongly arcing stroke. M.Craft VI is a face-balanced wing mallet, offering slightly more weight and stability for players with a straight back and through stroke.
All putters in the M.CRAFT range are forged and CNC Milled from 1025 mild carbon steel for incredible precision and feel, while deep face milling creates a softer feel and purer roll.
At 355 grams (M.Craft VI weighs in slightly more at 371 grams,) each putter head is designed to promote a fluid, rhythmical putting stroke; However an additional weight kit that includes a pair of three gram weights and two 13 gram weights that can be interchanged with the eight gram fitted weights, allows each M.Craft putter to be adjusted to a variety of putting conditions.
Each head style is available in three stunning finishes, including classic white satin, blue Ion and black iion.