Dynacraft Hindsight II putter helps golfers press ahead

Dynacraft Hindsight II mallet putter
Courtesy of Hireko Golf
The Hindsight II mallet helps create forward press by angling the shaft 3 degrees forward instead of aiming it straight up off the head.
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Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Sunday, September 02, 2012 | 6:52 p.m.

The new Dynacraft Hindsight II mallet putter from Hireko Golf is designed to get the ball rolling forward sooner after impact. It does so by incorporating two key features in unison -- a forward press and roll face technology.

A convex roll face on the putter instead of a flat face "normalizes the effective loft at impact to create the proper amount of loft to get the ball rolling as quickly as possible for better distance control," said Hireko Golf's Technical Director Jeff Summitt. "Lastly, it is completed with grooves into the roll face as well as being face balanced."

The forward press is created by angling the shaft 3 degrees forward instead of aiming it straight up off the head, effectively getting the hands even with the putter’s leading edge. Forward hand press creates a more fluid stroke by helping to prevent golfers from breaking their wrists as they swing.

The new Dynacraft Hindsight II putters follow after the original Hindsight blade models. They are available in right-handed models and can be purchased custom assembled online starting at $44.95 each at www.hirekogolf.com.

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