What Would You Pay to Improve Your Putting?

How much are you willing to spend to improve your short game? Would you spend $300 or more on a new putter? For most avid golfers, that seems reasonable. How about $200 for a putter shaft? Now we're getting a little crazy, right?

While it might be steep, golf equipment designer Barney Adams and Breakthrough Golf Technology are betting that people will, in fact, pay $200 for a putter shaft.

Why so expensive?

It comes in two parts. The main portion is made of wrapped carbon fiber with an insert that is made of aluminum.

BGT claims the shaft helps ensure the putter face is more square at impact, and has a lower launch for a predictable roll, improving distance control.

In testing, some golfers did find it improved their feel for longer putts.

But worth $200? That's your call.

Of course, there is another option. You could save 175 bucks and get the new Mohawk 3D Golf Aligner instead.

This patent-pending product leverages science to help golfers putt up to 15% more accurately. It's 3D printed using state-of-the-art technology. It's also Made in the USA by a Veteran owned company.

To learn more about Mohawk, visit MohawkYourBalls.com

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