Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Pinfire Golf Putters Making A Statement

Pinfire Golf, which is a small company in Corona, California, have been designing putters since 2004 and they're starting to get some recognition.

The Pinfire Golf Putters were recently reviewed by Golf Tips Magazine and given the "Fearless Design Award". A quote from their website "Our putters are designed for the highest moment of inertia, MOI, the physical property that causes an object to resist twisting when struck off-center. In addition, Pinfire Golf developed and incorporated the most advanced visual alignment system in the world on the Eagle and Liberty models. Their 6 dimension alignment system affords unsurpassed confidence when aligning any putt."

I've seen the Pinfire Golf putters and they're very impressive looking. With four adjustable weighting ports, each golfer can customize the Liberty to their needs. Their putters are worth a look.

If you've played with or your currently playing with a Pinfire Golf putter then I'd like to hear your thoughts.

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16 comments:

Dave Atkins said...

My Pinfire Eagle is the best putter Ive ever bought!
My golf has been real fun this year standing over 6 footers believing im going to make everything.
Has taken pressure off my short game and let me attack the pin so much more.
Id tell anyone to try the Eagle. Mine is the center shaft in red.

Don Smith said...

That's great to hear. The putter is very attractive looking and the technology and quality put into it is awesome.

Matt said...

The guys at Pinfire UK (www.pinfiregolf.co.uk)
are very helpful and theyll do you a good deal. I got a free cap plus some discount. Ask nicely like I did and you get a fantastic putter and some value.
Tell them Matt D sent you and I might get a freebie!

Anonymous said...

i have the Eagle too in the DB (Double Bend) shaft version in black. Yes it looks cool but performance is what matters and it is superb. Really stable head through ball and have stopped pulling putts as a result. Id recommend the Eagle to anybody.

Jonty said...

Can also big up the Eagle putter. Really helps me line up plus the weight of the head keeps it bang on line.

Don Smith said...

I've been getting a lot of great feedback on these Pinfire putters. Does anyone know of any golf store that carries them or can you only get the putters direct from Pinfire?

matt said...

I got mine direct from Pinfire UK but they sell them at Harrods also. Looked on the website and they're in loads of stores in US. Maybe as they just launched over here they wont have so many in stores as over in states.

Ed said...

Nice putters, tried them in a shop recently. Put a really smooth roll on it and Im thinking about getting one for next season

Anonymous said...

IMO the Eagle is the genuinely he most revolutionary putter design in todays market.
Having just been around the entire PGA show trying around 2o differnet brands and near 100 models I can safely say that no other putter keeps the face square through impact more easily or consistently and that is the #1 aim. There putters are truly great and I would advise anybody looking to improve their putting to try one instead of being swayed by clever advertising.

Blazer8 said...

Best putter out there right now, no question.
Since changing to the Liberty my average putts per round is 2 less than with the Scotty Id used for 4 years. Glad I changed.

Don Smith said...

I've using my Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2.5 for 3 years now and just don't know if I can part with it. I've heard so many great things about the Pinfire putters that I just might have to give it a try.

John said...

Recently bought the Liberty and love it. Its really true about putter head staying on target thru putt. I just rock my shoulders and feel the distance, as the rest is taken care of. Cant recommend enough. Got mine direct from pinfire.co.uk

Anonymous said...

Im pretty attached to my Scotty but some of these comments make me want to demo the Pinfire.

Anonymous said...

trying the pinifre eagle is the best decision ive made in a while. alwasy bought main brands but its amazing what quality you can find by looking and listening to recommendations. my putting has improved twice over and i cant wait to make my next putt.

Mike Thompson said...

Not tried the mallets or 2balls but recently saw the pinfire blade putter called the Patriot and its a fantastic putter. Plays as well as my previous Rossa blade but without the price tag. I got mine onle for just £49 delivered from bright golf. Great putter and cool shop. Check it out www.brightgolf.co.uk

Anonymous said...

i have the pinfire liberty and its great for long putts and good at short putts i dont like the design but i can live with it i recently shoot a 65 (-5) gross at my golf club with this. it was 3 shots off course record