The face design of the Pure Red range is firmer than most but helped get the ball rolling quickly and ran out consistently. Not the most stylish of head shapes but the Benross Pure Red Pinehurst is good for alignment.
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The Pure Red putters are made from soft stainless steel and feature ‘V' grooves designed to impart topspin. The Benross Pure Red Pinehurst is a compact mallet with a Black Nano finish.
The three alignment lines stand out at address however other Pure Red models are more forgiving.
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