Toulon have called the putter Columbus as it is often regarded to as the golf-crazy city in America.
A notchback blade style head shape increasing the stability of the head throughout the stroke, the Notchback design also has another benefit and that is alignment. The notches and sightline allow you to centre the ball better and more consistently.
A one-of-a-kind Deep Diamond Mill face that features deep, cross-hatch grooves helps control the sound and feel off the face whilst channeling vibration for positive feedback. A small groove inside each diamond helps improve the quality of the roll.
To improve stability and create the perfect balance the Austin H1 putter comes with a pre-installed aluminum soleplate for an increased head weight.
Apart from the standard option there are two types of counterbalance options available in the Columbus model, AR and MR, and depending on how you release your hands through the stroke one of the types will be significantly better. Read below the difference between the two types and find out which would benefit your stroke. MR - Moderate Release Series
MR Series putters feature two 35 gram tungsten weights and a Toulon Design SuperStroke Pistol Tour or Mid Slim 2.0 grip with a 25 gram butt end weight. Toulon Design MR Series putters help the golfer generate a slightly more pronounced release of the putter head, while maintaining a more traditional stroke and grip length.