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Maltby Pure-Track PT Putter Heads



Maltby Pure-Track PT Putter Heads

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Product Name Price Status Qty
Pure-Track Classic PT-1 Putter - PT-1 - $34.99 In Stock
Pure-Track Classic PT-2 Putter - PT-2 - $34.99 In Stock

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Maltby Pure-Track PT Putter Heads

Maltby Pure Track PT1 and PT2 Putter Views

The Maltby Pure-Track Putters are definitely classic in shape and blade profile but offer much more than similar shaped traditional designs. The Pure-Track PT putters feature head weights allowing for modern, shorter playing lengths and the current trend to add heavier over-weight game improving putter grips. Another bonus of increased head weights is that the Moment of Inertia increases relative to the putters head weight. The CNC horizontal milling on the Pure-Track classic putters improves the consistency of the balls speed and backspin in all conditions for more consistent putting. Available in a true heel/toe weighted blade and a classic mallet version, both the Pure-Track Classic Putters are made from heat treated stainless steel for a durable, solid feeling putter.

Pure-Track Details

  • Manufactured from heat treated 431 stainless steel.
  • Glare proof black PVD finish increases the durability of the surface finish.
  • CNC milled horizontal grooves on face improves consistency in all conditions.
  • Modern head weights allow for increased fitting options along with better forgiveness (MOI) on off center hits.
  • Three bold target lines engraved into the back flange for improved alignment.
  • Available in both a heel/toe blade and a classic mallet design profile.

Maltby Pure-Track PT Putter Clubhead Specifications


 
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I am trying to contact golfworks ( without success ) for a MaltbyPure-Track PT1 Mallet putter hd .I cannot connect to international email as quoted ?????. Can you please tell me what to do ???.

Asked by: over70
I have given you email address to our International Sales Manager and someone should be contacting you very soon.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-23

I will be paying by personal bank cheque. I cannot print out information from my computor . Can i give details on a sheet of paper and send with cheque ?. Can you please advise on costs in American dollers . Can i send money through a post office ?.

Asked by: over70
Please contact our international department on how best to proceed with this order. There is a link at the bottom of our home page with contact information.
Answered by: Mark Masters
Date published: 2014-12-21

Hello, I would like to purchase 1 only item no MA0229 Maltby Pure-Track PT1 mallet putter head . I do not have credit cards . Please advise on how i can make payment .

Asked by: over70
You have the option of paying with this online order form - http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/orderform.pdf . Print the order form, fill it out and mail it back to us using the address on the form. You can include either a check or a money order with the order form.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-12-16

What are the toe hang on these putters?

Asked by: Tate
Both of these are a 1/4 toe hang.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-05

Hello I would like to purchase a pt Mallet putter 34 " shaft with a mid size blue and white grip can you give me the order code please

Asked by: dfluff
It would be easiest if you called 1-800-848-8358 to request the putter, assembled to 34" and designate which blue and white putter grip you want. Our staff can step you through the process. This will insure you get exactly what you want.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-10-27

How far can the lie angle be adjusted on this putter??

Asked by: jedinyght
You can safely adjust the lie angle on the Pure Track putters +/- 3 degrees. The hosels can be bent more without breaking but there is a chance you will damage the finish.
Answered by: The GolfWorks
Date published: 2014-09-10