Axis 1 was able to make a perfectly balanced putter by pushing the weight forward with a patented heel counterweight that, for the very first time, places the center of gravity right on the center of the striking face and perfectly aligned with the axis of the shaft.
Try this with your putter
The club face automatically opens up, which results in trouble; pushed putts, off-line putts and ultimately higher scores. The problem is your putter, like every other putter, is not perfectly balanced, because the center of gravity is not on the sweet spot of the club face and aligned with the axis of the shaft. But then again there is only one putter that provides that.
AND if you had an Axis1:
If you did the same drill with an Axis1 putter you'd witness a much different result. The clubface would never open up. Never. Even with a relaxed grip, the Axis1 clubface remains on-line and on-target. Again, no other putter can do that. Because no other putter has the center of gravity right on the sweet spot of the clubface and perfectly aligned with the axis of the shaft.
Putter Torque Rating
The PTR scientifically measures and rates the static torque about the axis of a putter shaft. In golfers' terms: how prone certain putters are to “opening up” when addressing and swinging the club. Or you just could think of PTR like this- it measures how prone each specific model is to opening up and forcing you to push your putts.
"Just thought I would let you know that this weekend I had my best round in 15 years and was putting lights-out with your putter! In fact, I suspect my brother-in-law will be ordering one after watching my putting."
— Dave Dawsey
"FYI…Doug Ross and I won our flight and came in overall second for the Member/Member! The Axis1 came through like a champ! At certain times I was damn near unconscious with it. I had our competitors talking to themselves and me! Sunday I think I nailed 6 putts from 20 to 5 feet. Saturday included an eight foot Umbra on 18 Lake. Just thought you might like to know!"
"I met you at the PGA Golf Show in Orlando this year and purchased the Axis 1 putter. I told you I would let you know how I like it. It is by far the best putter I have ever owned! I would love to purchase another one because I don't ever want to be without one."
"I am still getting used to the change in feel, but I have been particularly impressed with my ability to get close to the hole on lag putts. For an armature like me, avoiding three putts makes a huge difference in scoring. My confidence is growing with each round! I look forward to having a great summer on the course."
"After 16 years of reviewing all golf products…I can honestly say that the AXIS1 is the first putter to live up to its claims. 100%."
"When I first heard about the Axis1 concept, I was expecting to see another gimmick. However, now that I have seen and used the putter, I can honestly say that I like the look, I like the feel, and this putter is not a gimmick, it is based on real physics."
"Wow, this is really a different looking putter. I like the feel, this club really feels different; it doesn’t twist in your hands the way other putters do."
"I have been producing and designing golf equipment for over 30 years and I have to say that it is an honor to meet a real pioneer in golf club design."
"Not only does this club have perfect balance, it also looks like a work of art that should be in a museum."
"I ran out to practice the day after getting it, and hit about 10 putts in freezing weather and immediately put my Odyssey aside in the garage. I was able to switch without any reservation or learning curve. -The balance is so good that if you hit a normal pendulum swing (no wrist action) the ball comes off the putter on the intended path with no sideways spin. If you line up correctly, it is very hard to miss a 4 footer."
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