Review: Wilson Staff Infinite Michigan Ave. Putter
On the course I found it very easy to line up behind the ball with its multiple lines. The feel is excellent. The milled face has a nice firm push into the ball. I found distance control very easy with this putter. Between the headweight, counterbalance, and milled face, I regularly stroked the right distance on putts. I didn’t have those surprise ones that can happen with in insert of being way long or very short.
The only reason this putter won’t be my gamer is because this model has a tendency to hit the ball left. I think the weighting and hosel location don’t make it an ideal fit for my putting stroke. I found myself on the left side of the hole on almost every miss. I’m not at a point to retool my putting stroke to fit a putter. But if you miss right most often on your putts, this is probably a perfect fit for your putting needs. I’d probably be better off with a different model in the Infinite line.
Even though the price of this putter isn’t “Magnificent Mile” the details and specs are top shelf. I really liked everything about the putter (except the left misses). If you are looking for a classic look, nice milling, some counterbalancing technology at a reasonable price, you should check out the Wilson Staff Infinite line of putters.
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–Missed left with this model