I don’t hear often golfers would talk about Mizuno putters. I think they deserve much more attention. Mygolfspy.com says:
TP Mills, Bettinardi, and even Scotty Cameron were all at one time associated with manufacturing putters under the Mizuno brand.
Mizuno M. Craft putter – features
Forged from premium 1025 mild carbon steel, then CNC milled to create the most precise shape and alignment, the Mizuno M.CRAFT putters will be available in March 2020 in three initial classic shapes.
The usage of 1025 mild carbon steel is not a novel material of golf clubs. I found it also in Callaway Golf Apex irons.
The M.CRAFT I is a square back with mid slant neck and max toe-hang, suited to an exaggerated putting arc.
M.CRAFT II, is a classic heel-toe putter with plumber’s neck and mid-toe-hang, matching a moderate putting arc and finally the M.CRAFT III is a face-balanced mid-mallet delivering stability for golfers with less putting arc.
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 pure roll.
At 355 grams, each putter head promotes a fluid, rhythmical putting stroke.
However, an additional weight kit that includes two 3 gram weights and two 13 gram weights, which can be interchanged with the 8 gram fitted weights, allows each Mizuno M.CRAFT putter to be adjusted to a variety of putting conditions.
Each head style is available in three stunning finishes: Classic White Satin, bold Blue ION, and intense Black ION.
Mizuno M.CRAFT putters feature a Nippon Original shaft, Lamkin Deep Etched Full Blue cord grip and come with a premium patch M.CRAFT cover in Mizuno’s classic staff colors and emblazoned with the leather M.CRAFT mark.
Price (RRPs): £249 / €299 / SEK ,2799