The latest Staff Model putters mirror the requirements of golfers looking for different head shapes to match their preferred putting strokes. They include a modern version of the iconic Wilson 8802 putter – one of the most famous and successful putters in the history of Tour golf – as well as the TM22 (Tech Mallet), MT22 (Mallet), BL22 (Blade) lines.
The latest 8802 putter takes its inspiration from the original classic model, with a shaft over hosel design for smooth, seamless transition from shaft-to-head at address. The putter face features horizontal flywheels to help contact with the ball, supported by a skimmed milled surface on the back.The TM22 is a popular double-fang mallet with a slant neck design for maximum forgiveness and stability. It also features a high MOI with a ¾ shaft offset and moderate toe hang.
The MT22 is a half-round mallet with a short slant neck design and medium toe hang. Along with the TM22 and BL22, the MT22 offers two weight finishes of either a machine finished outer edge, or a machine-watched bezel edge around the 10-gram weight at the toe and heel.
The BL22 is a Tour-proven blade style putter with a plumber’s neck hosel design for a clean set up and alignment to the ball, plus a medium toe hang and a full shaft offset at address.
Each putter comes in a 3° of loft, 71° lie angle and a choice of three lengths – 33”, 34” and 35”.
The latest Staff Model putters are fitted with a KBS Tour 120 shaft and a Lamkin Deep Etch grip which features a softer-feeling Genesis material. It’s prominent horizontal etched pattern, traditional paddle, and smaller profile provide maximum responsiveness, while its Deep-Etch design is ideal for golfers with an arc, or arc-to-straight putting style when utilising a traditional, reverse overlap or cross-handed grip style. Available in black, red, blue or grey.
The TM22 and BL22 are available in a left-handed option. Custom fit loft, lie and length options are available with SuperStroke grip choices.
RRP: £370, www.wilson.com