Thursday, June 8, 2017

L2 MOI MAXX - the Big Muscle Putter - Provides Maximum Stability and Control

(JEFFERSON, Ohio) - Controlling the putter is difficult for most PGA Tour pros, especially coming down the stretch when the pressure is on and they’re in a position to win. This became evident during the final round of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village as the leaderboard got tighter and the tension mounted before Jason Dufner made a fist pumping 32-footer to save par, survive the elements and win the tournament on Sunday.

Sir Nick Faldo, six-time major PGA champion and television golf analyst commented that in those moments, “You’ve got to rock your shoulders” and “take the putter straight back and straight through.” Peter Kostis, golf instructor and on-course television golf analyst, followed up with, “You just need to keep the big muscles moving.”

Enter the “big muscle” putter – the L2 MOI MAXX.  Golf is finally evolving from the tee box to the putting green.  The physics-based features and principles of today’s 460 cc metal drivers and the L2 MOI MAXX are exactly the same. Size and mass matter. The L2 MOI MAXX mallet has the highest MOI of any putter on the market. The L2 provide golfers with the most solid, gravity-fed and easy to control putting stroke that enhances their ability to sink more putts and shoot lower scores.

The proof is in the science and numbers. The L2 MOI MAXX has a head weight of 620 grams compared to an average putter at 340 grams. The toe to heel dimensions are 6.25 inches versus 3½ to 4 inches for an average putter. The sweet zone measures 3.5 inches compared to an average sweet “spot” on most putters of only .7 inches. Back in the day, the original Big Bertha driver was a shocking 190 cc. We’ve come a long way baby. Size does matter and the L2 big muscle mallet putter is worth its weight.

“The L2 MOI MAXX engages the big muscles which promotes your shoulders to rock and creates a true pendulum stroke,” said John Ambrose, President of L2 Putters. “It dramatically improves a golfer’s tempo, stroke size for distance control and eliminates that “yippy” feeling in the fingers, hands, and wrists.”

The closer golfers get to the hole, the tenser and more nervous they become about making contact with the ball. This requires a high level of concentration that even tour pros struggle with and accounts for the “claw” grip and various other methods pros use to try to improve stability and control.

“The L2 MOI MAXX assists in relaxing the need to make solid putter/ball contact and allows putting to be a one target sport – the cup,” said Ambrose. “The L2 is a simple fix for one of putting’s biggest problems.”

The newest L2 MOI MAXX was launched at the recent 27th Annual International Network of Golf Spring Conference, May 21-25, at the World Golf Village, St. Augustine, Fla. The innovative design was recognized as one of the “Best Putters for 2016” by amongst numerous other awards and accolades.

For more information or to order the L2 MOI MAXX, visit or call John Ambrose, 440-228-9593.

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