PXG Introduces New Putter Face Technology with Gripping Benefits
(Scottsdale, AZ) - PXG continues its Darkness Friday tradition with the release of the limited-edition, serialized PXG Darkness Operator Putter. Tailored to suit any stroke, this blacked-out, mallet-style putter sets up beautifully and provides maximum forgiveness across the entire face.
Milled from 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum, the PXG Darkness Operator Putter present an innovative, new variable-sized, pyramid face pattern that offers gripping benefits. The small pyramid structures bite into the golf ball cover to create more consistent launch and roll characteristics, as well as an improved feel and sound.
The size of the pyramids varies across the putter face with the greatest pattern density around the center. This is designed to offset ball speed loss typically experienced on mishits, and ultimately leads to more consistent distance control across the entire face.
The PXG Darkness Operator Putter comes standard with five 10-gram weights in the sole, at a finished head weight of 375 grams. The weight kit included not only enables golfers to adjust the overall head weight of the putter but also to finely-tune the dynamic close rate of the head. This helps offset either a push or pull miss tendency.
Each limited-edition putter is emblazoned with the Darkness skull insignia and the number 26, representing the 26th Marine Corps Regiment that Bob Parsons served with during the Vietnam War. The PXG Darkness Operator Putter comes with an exclusive Darkness grip by Super Stroke, Darkness Weight Kit, a signature PXG Darkness head cover and is uniquely numbered according to the order it was milled.
Available until they’re not, visit www.PXG.com to learn more and purchase PXG’s Darkness Friday special release.