Boccieri Golf EL Series Putter
The EL Series putters from Boccieri Golf will knock three shots off your handicap. Now. Right Now.
This is real simple, lads. As in “Why didn’t I think of that?” simple.
Years ago, we all added gap wedges to our golf bag because we agreed with what Tom Kite proved,
“The easiest and most reliable way to play accurate wedge shots is to use one golf swing and let the tool, the loft on the wedge selected for the shot, control the distance the golf ball travels.” It’s true. We all do it now. We hone one move, pick an appropriate tool and let physics do the rest.
The EL Series putters from Boccieri Golf apply the same fundamental truth to putting: Use one putting stroke and let the putter control the distance.
How? Well, that’s the simple part.
All things being equal for a given “size” putting stroke, the longer the putter shaft is, the farther the putt will travel. It’s more simple physics, pure truth, proven centuries ago.
With the EL (Extended Length) Series putters’ 17” long grip, the “accuracy-size” putting stroke you built for holing short putts now works for medium and long putts as well.
Just move your hands up the grip, apply the same stroke, and the longer tool guarantees the putt travels farther.
Click Boccieri Golf – YouTube Videos for a full demonstration by designer, Stephen Boccieri. It’s a quick study in how to hole more putts inside that “I should make this range” and why the EL Series putter is the best tool for the job.
Holing eight and 10 footers with the very same stroke that makes all the short ones is exhilarating. Those additional holed putts appear in the GHIN Index update in short order – that’s fun, too.
Drawbacks? There are none. The EL Series putters are available in 36, 38 and 40-inch lengths, 21 head styles and three different finishes. There’s one to fit every players’ eye.
One highly skilled golf associate initially resisted, “My setup will be destroyed by the additional length.”
He owns four wedges and wields each with surgical precision. We laid them on the practice green, side by side. Four wedges, four different club lengths.
“Oh,” was the response we received as he picked up the putter and began holing six footers at will.
Anyone who’s been anchoring their putter needs to take a look at the EL Series putters as well.
The Tour and PGA ruling bodies are both supporting the January 2016 Anchors Aweigh ban and these putters will serve those relying on belly and long models quite nicely. Each of the new styles features a shaft that extends beyond the hands, but does not anchor to the body.
“One reason belly putters became so popular was because the additional grip and shaft materials created a natural back-weight,” says Stephen Boccieri, President and CEO of Boccieri Golf. “Other OEM’s are just now adopting counterweighting while we’ve been refining it for nearly a decade.”
Players who want to make more putts should report to the state-of-the-art Boccieri Golf Research and Performance Center at 15816 North Greenway-Hayden Loop in Scottsdale, just south of the TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course.
The professional staff will put the EL Series putter in your hands to try out. Don’t worry about running out of putting green, it’s a 9,000 square-foot building, full of all the latest swing-analysis technology. You may learn more about how you move a golf club than you ever thought you could absorb.
While you’re there, check out Boccieri Golf’s Secret Grip, endorsed by Jack Nicklaus. Introduced in 2013, the Secret Grip puts the same back-weight secret Nicklaus says he used throughout his career to win 18 professional majors and 73 PGA Tour titles at your disposal.
Simply changing the grips on your full shot clubs will deliver a consistent tempo and shot-dispersion accuracy you probably haven’t experienced before. The 10, 12, 15 yards of additional distance per club is fun too!
Boccieri Golf equipment has played a key role in victories on the PGA, European, Champions, Nationwide, Asian, Canadian and European Challenge Tours. They are happy to help you as well.
For more information: www.boccierigolf.com, 888.788.8374.