Putter with floating face technology gives you 3 different feel choices!
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Great news! The Mel Sole Golf School is now an official store for Sentio Golf!
We have putters in stock and ready to take your orders! The new Sentio putters have floating face technology, which means the putter face is separated from the main body of the putter by a thermoplastic elastomer core. This allows the golfer to choose the feel they want, soft, medium, or firm. We can do any length you want and can adjust the lie angle to suit your stroke. If you want a free fitting, just contact the golf school at 1-800-624-4653. We would be happy to set up a putting lesson as well if you wish. Visit the Mel Sole Golf School website for lesson fees.
Sentio Golf, which made its debut at the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show, announced today that its Sierra 101 line of putters are available for purchase on the company’s website, as well as in select retail shops.
The Acton, Massachusetts-based company’s patented floating face technology offers golfers a stainless steel putter face, which is separate from the rest of the head with a vibration-dampening thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) core, constructed through a process called insert molding.
Jim Varney, President of Sentio Golf, says the insert-molding process demands extremely tight manufacturing tolerances. Thus, Sentio’s putters are constructed at some of the highest dimensional standards in the industry. Varney also says that the TPE formulation process bonds the metal components while keeping them separate (thanks to the insert), softening the feel at impact.
The Sierra line includes three models, each with a color-coded translucent core. The cores each have a different durometer—or relative hardness—to the elastomer, affecting energy transfer, and thus feel.
101-Soft (green core): For players who usually prefer inserts or who regularly play on fast greens.
101-Medium (red core): For all-around conditions.
101-Firm (blue core): For fans of all-milled putters or those who play on slower greens.
Pictures: Sentio Golf
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