Dynacraft DT Mallet Putters

Dynacraft DT Mallet Putters 


  • Center shaft design
  • Flange sole design
  • Smooth pendulum stroke
  • Accurate alignment


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[Mar 28, 2009]
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: DT mallet

I was looking for a center-shafted putter when a friend dragged this out of his basement and let me try it. I needed to re-epoxy the head to the shaft and I put on a new oversized Winn grip. I thought it looked weird at address, but I got used to it in a hurry. It fits my square stroke very well. The ball rolls off the putter nicely. The putter especially helped my ability to get a putt on-line. My distance control is also a slight tad better with this. Overall, the putter is much better than the Aserta IVM that I used for a while; somewhat better than the Tommy Armour Futura-style putter (Model 5?) that I also used. Dynacraft is no more, so only used ones will be available. However, there is an outfit named Walk out of Germany that makes a putter that looks similar to the DT mallet.

Similar Products Used:

Putters: Aserta IVM, Tommy Armour model 5, Never Compromise sigma/I,

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