Compare your current putter to ours. Check out these Railgun II features, advantages and benefits. If your current putter does not provide these benefits, it is time to update your putting technology and order your Railgun II putter.
Do you have an onset putter or an offset putter?
Railgun II Feature: Onset putter with the putting surface up front.
Advantage: You can clearly see the putting surface strike the ball.
Benefit: Delivers a perfect on line strike every time.
Is your putter center shafted or rear shafted?
Railgun II Feature: Center shaft.
Advantage: Provides a perfect pendulum strike.
Benefit: Provides the easiest putting motion to execute.
Does your putter have loft or is it zero loft?
Railgun II Feature: Zero Loft.
Advantage: Your ball does not skip when your first strike it, because the combination of onset face and zero loft delivers a non-skid instant forward roll to your ball.
Benefit: More holed putts because the putts remain on track.
Does the putter have an Alignment/guiding system?
Railgun II Feature: Built in Alignment/guiding system.
Advantage: The two black spacer bars help the putter with perfect alignment to the target.
Benefit: More holed putts.
Does your putter have a high MOI?
Railgun II Feature: Multidirectional stability/High MOI. The club head, hosel, shaft, and grip are so configured that its total weight is precisely centered and balanced about the club's shaft axis, thereby resulting in multi-directional stability which prevents the putter from twisting during use. The Railgun II is peripheral weighed providing a high Moment of Inertia.
Advantage: A huge sweet spot makes the club more forgiving even if not struck in the middle.
Benefit: Even putts that are miss- hit are holed.
Does your putter allow you to putt left or right handed?
Railgun II Feature: Dual Faced putter, Two way putter, Left and right handed club.
Advantage: The Railgun II is two putters in one. Some golfers want the choice of putting left-handed or right handed depending on the length of the putt or its break.
Benefit: With two putting faces that can be struck left or right handed, the Railgun II allows a golfer the choice without sacrificing another club in the bag. You can also use it as a rescue club when you find yourself too close to an obstruction and need to swing the other way. The Railgun II is also two putters in one because it delivers the benefits of a blade putter as well as the alignment of a mallet putter.
Is your putter suitable for side saddle putting?
Railgun II Feature: Suitable for side-saddle putting.
Advantage: Its center shaft and perfectly balanced head is especially suitable for side saddle putting.
Benefit: Tests indicate that you can hole more puts when you face your target with side saddle putting than putting the conventional way.
The Railgun II is the easiest putter to align, the easiest putter to stroke, and has the purest roll in golf.
When was the last time you updated the most important golf equipment in your bag; your putter?