Uniputt launch the name of the new inverted loft putter. El Diablo (The Devil)

Now known as El Diablo. Uniputt hope to gain sales from less putts. When golfers try this putter they will soon see that they can take much less putts per round.
By: uniputt
 
JAVEA, Spain - Dec. 3, 2020 - PRLog -- The new El Diablo putter gets a golfer nearer the hole then has the devilish result of putting the ball into the hole.

This is much to the envy of other golfers. Just imagine if you could lower your score each time by 2, 3, 4 or even more. Lots of other putters claim this but very few can actually do this. As the El Diablo has an inverted loft. Which makes it completely different from conventional putters.

Putting is a personal thing with feel rather than actual science. However impacting the ball at the top and not the bottom, as conventional putters do, makes a difference.

Already allowed by the golfing regulators, in all the countries of the world. It's too late for people to complain about the El Diablo. Its here and people will have to live with it.

Made for granite it is very strong but has a fantastic feel all the way from the head to the hands. You feel as if you are part of the putter.

Patented around the world, Uniputt hope to have sales from an up and coming indigo fund raising launch of the putters.

Uniputt was founded to try and find a better way to putt balls. "It is so disheartening to see golfers miss the easiest of putts. We looked into this and discovered that the ball runs straighter and without sliding if struck from the top. There seems also to be no back spin." Said Graham Smith the inventor of the  El Diablo uniputt putter.

You can see the putters here. https://youtu.be/UsbNoKvnuoA



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Tags:Golf
Industry:Sports
Location:Javea - Alicante - Spain
Subject:Products
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