Carbite Tri Weight Putters

Carbite Tri Weight Putters 


New Tri-Weight mallet features Carbite’s patented “Polar Balance” technology with tungsten weights in the heel and toe of the putter head. In additions, we moved the centerline tungsten weight up behind the face to put mass just above the equator of the ball. This promotes an over-spin roll sooner from the club face and provides the club with greater on-line stability and feel.


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[Jul 12, 2007]
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Carbite Tri-weight Mallet putter

Compliments of eBay, I have dozens of putters, mostly the larger mallet style. One of my finds was the Carbite Tri-weight, which appears not to have been a big seller (the Carbite Golf company has been through some ups and downs financially, which probably affected their marketing of otherwise fine products that rival the big names.) Compared to the giant "horseshoe on a stick" putters that are currently popular, the Tri is decidedly smaller in width, like they consciously focused all the mallet weight directly behind the ball. The name comes from three weights which are positioned at the face edges of the putter, and high and deep behind the ball. It creates a pleasing solid and slightly heavy feel ... perhaps visually as much as anything else. I took the Tri on a recent trip and played with it 7 days in a row. I found that it showed both the heft needed to power putts through slower greens, as well as the touch required on faster surfaces. It puts a great roll on the ball, and Its smaller size helped it fit into my travel case. I returned from the trip thinking that this may be my most balanced putter in terms of its overall qualities ... roll, solidity, touch. There are certainly bigger names out there .. and as of 2007, bigger .. as in HUGE ... putters ... but the rarely seen Carbite Tri-weight is a very stable performer.

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