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In a world full of unusual putters, the Ben Sayers benny 4 (£44.99) still manages to stand out as one of the most visually intriguing to arrive in the Golf Monthly office.
Many of us have come to the conclusion that mallet-headed putters ? as strange as they can often look ? can really improve our putting. And they don't come much more unusual than the new Ben Sayers benny 4. It's instantly recognisable thanks to two bright green control pods that are weighted and positioned to promote a smooth stroke. Once you get past the extreme looks, the putter sits nicely at address and gives plenty of confidence. The heel-and-toe weighting results in a more solid feel especially on mis-hits.
This is certainly a putter that will not appeal to everyone, but those looking for a good value mallet who aren?t afraid to try something completely different, might want to give it a try.
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