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Gauge Design Golf Introduces the G2 Big Dog Mallet Putter

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014
Categories: Equipment

Gauge DesignSAN MARCOS, CA, July 1, 2014… Gauge Design Golf, a premium golf company known for creating the most precise milled putters in the golf industry, today announces the introduction of the G2 Big Dog Mallet Putter.

“The Big Dog head design combines beauty, functionality and precision, and has been part of the Whitlam Golf collector series for a few years. We’re pleased to add this design to the Gauge Design G2 series of putters in a stainless steel, CNC milled version,” said David Whitlam, Founder and President, Gauge Design Golf.

The G2 Big Dog is a CNC milled mid-mallet putter made of 303 stainless steel. This solid feeling putter features a sightline on the flange, a slightly thinner top line, and big dog paw prints on the sole. Heel and toe miss hits compensate very nicely and still keep course with minimal dispersion.

The G2 Big Dog Putter is milled from a solid chunk of 303 stainless steel, with a head weight of 365 grams. It comes standard with a 70-degree lie, 3.5-degree loft, and is available in lengths from 32” to 36”. MSRP is $350.

About Gauge Design Golf
Gauge Design Golf Putters are a blend of today’s technology and yesterday’s designs. Whitlam putters are the most precise milled putters in the golf industry. All of the company’s putters are CNC milled and conform to the USGA’s strict guidelines governing the manufacture of golf equipment. In addition, all Gauge Design putters are made entirely in the USA. David Whitlam is the craftsman behind Gauge Design Golf/Whitlam Golf and has made every putter from the company’s inception. For more information, visit www.gaugedesigngolf.com.

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