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Nike Method Core MC-3I Mens Putters Steel

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Nike Method Core MC-3I Putter

After two major championship wins on tour, Method putter technology reaches the whole field. What you get is a putter that combines soft polymer and milled steel grooves to generate faster, more controlled forward roll at impact. What you won’t get is backspin that causes skidding and hopping. And the less putts hop, the more putts drop.

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Insider Review -   May 17, 2012

All of the success on Tour that the various Method putters have had cannot be coincidence. You might be thinking that you wouldn’t normally associate Nike with putters. But the company’s really been making a statement, coming out with several good models. This is one of them. At address, it has the look of a classic PING Anser-style putter. The dark finish is a classy touch. The face is kind of funky – what with its red base and the funky, squiggly lines – but they work well interacting with the ball and you can’t see them at alignment. In fact, those are the milled grooves that generate a controlled forward roll at impact.