Orlimar Montego mallet boasts 360-degree alignment aids

Orlimar Montego putter
Courtesy of Orlimar
The Montego mallet from Orlimar contains two separate alignment aids for proper stance and aiming.
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Thursday, October 11, 2012 | 12:08 p.m.

Orlimar has rolled out its new Montego putter, a milled mallet with a unique 360-degree alignment and aiming system.

"The Montego will appeal to golfers of all ability levels," said Orlimar Product Development Manager Nigel Matthews. "The milled putter face provides a soft feel and visual cues not only to help the golfer align the putter head to the target but also to ensure proper positioning over the ball. Consumers who have tested the putter find the alignment technology easy to use and very effective."

To achieve proper stance and alignment, the golfer simply aligns the three-dimensional array of circles on the mallet head. The circle closest to the face is a cutout with a round inset alignment aid beneath it – looking down, the golfer centers the inset inside the cutout to ensure a proper stance over the putter.

The second circle on the head -- farthest from the face -- is a more standard alignment aid. Golfers can line it and the cutout up with the line of the putt, giving the putter both linear and spherical visual cues for proper aiming.

The Montego is a face-balanced, heel-shafted mallet constructed of 304 stainless steel with a head weight of 345 grams. The CNC milled-face putter is perimeter-weighted, comes with a loft of 3 degrees and lie of 72 degrees, and includes a 35-inch shaft.

It carries a suggested retail price of $149.99, comes in right-handed models only and is available now.

For more on Orlimar, visit www.orlimar.com.

 

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Comments

varzj

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cicadar

I can't see the putter on their web?