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PXG introduces high-MOI, adjustable Operator putter



Joining the Drone and Gunboat on the high-MOI mallet-style putter end of the spectrum, PXG is launching its highest MOI putter to date: the Operator.

With a maximum head mass of 400 grams, depending on weight adjustments, the Operator features a soft billet-milled 304 stainless steel face and a body made from 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum.

PXG made the Operator for those seeking advanced customization and maximum forgiveness. Multiple sole weights, available in increments of 2.5g, 5g, 10g, 15g and 20g, can be used to adjust the overall head mass.

Regarding the name: “Operator” is the specific term for Delta’s operational personnel, although in recent years it has become a term for almost all U.S. military special forces.

The putter is available in three models.


The double-bend hosel style creates a full shaft of offset with a face-balanced hang angle. Built for players with a straight-back-straight-through stroke.

Operator H

The hosel neck is heel-shafted with a half shaft of offset and mid toe-down hang angle. Built for players with more face rotation in their stroke.

Operator P

The plumber’s neck shaft creates a full shaft of offset with a slightly toe-down hang angle. Built for players with a moderate amount of face rotation in their stroke.

All Operator models feature PXG’s proprietary TPE honeycomb sole insert and a TPE insert behind the face to dampen vibrations and enhance feel.

$450 retail.

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  1. Matt Paolucci

    May 20, 2018 at 5:19 pm

    looks a lot like the SIK Flo putter which it a way better putter.

  2. josé

    May 20, 2018 at 1:45 pm

    PXG = Peeee x Geeee

  3. Steve S

    May 19, 2018 at 10:45 pm

    Why do these guys always make claims they can’t back up? Maltby had a much bigger and higher MOI putter about 10 years ago. It was about the size of a pie pan and weighed a ton.

  4. alvin

    May 19, 2018 at 12:59 pm

    It’s not a ‘putter’…. it’s a POTTER cause it gits yo ball into da hole every time.. oooh yaaah

    • golfdude

      May 19, 2018 at 5:52 pm

      Dat big black putter tool beats up on da lil’ white ball an drops it inta dat whitey hole… splunk !!!

  5. alvin

    May 19, 2018 at 12:50 pm

    Black putters are the biggest baddest putters… and outputt red, white and blue putters …!

  6. acew/7iron

    May 19, 2018 at 8:45 am

    But can it stop the yips?



    • alvin

      May 19, 2018 at 12:53 pm

      It’s got lots of ‘jacks’… if you know what I mean.

  7. Joe

    May 19, 2018 at 8:20 am

    Why aren’t they telling us what the MOI is of the putter?

    It must not be very impressive.

    • alvin

      May 19, 2018 at 12:52 pm

      When you got a big black putter hanging there in your hands MOI is irrelevant… it’s biig !!

  8. The dude

    May 18, 2018 at 7:23 pm

    Using this putter in my group is a punchable offense………

    • alvin

      May 19, 2018 at 12:56 pm

      It’s a Big Black Operator…. and you will be feared by all.

  9. Robert Parsons

    May 18, 2018 at 1:23 pm

    Spider 2.0 ?

    • lance

      May 18, 2018 at 1:30 pm

      Spiders are red…. but if you try the big black PXG you’ll never go back ….:-o

  10. lance

    May 18, 2018 at 1:22 pm

    Ever since I got an Operator P, I am more potent on the greens and get my ball into the hole more often… it’s such a juicy feeeling … 😎

  11. Peter X. Green

    May 18, 2018 at 11:32 am

    Can’t afford the clubs…. but I bought a PXG cap… $59.95 … it’s a start 😀

  12. Rico Moore

    May 18, 2018 at 11:25 am

    Where can I try one out??

    • Peter X Green

      May 18, 2018 at 4:38 pm

      It will cost you $20 for a tryout.. and if you buy it will be credited to the sale.

  13. Jared

    May 18, 2018 at 8:13 am

    Surprised that this thing only cost $450, figured it would cost at least $750.

    • lance

      May 18, 2018 at 1:26 pm

      With sales tax it cost me $495…. and it’s worth twice that with all the action I get on the greens with the ball going into the hole.. 😮

  14. Gorden

    May 18, 2018 at 1:14 am

    Whats it been 20 years or more since Frank Thomas came out with his Frankly Frog putter that is the model for all these chunks of putter.

  15. J

    May 18, 2018 at 12:34 am

    looks like a Ping Bergen and Taylormade Spider had a baby

  16. Deadpool

    May 17, 2018 at 7:41 pm


    • bobby

      May 18, 2018 at 1:33 pm

      Golfers are gullible and like to get ripped off with a new status toy.

  17. Jason A

    May 17, 2018 at 6:33 pm

    PXG Spider

  18. Ryan Michael

    May 17, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    P790 retaliation!

  19. Peter X Green

    May 17, 2018 at 4:54 pm

    Best irons… and now the best putters… and worth every $¥£ 😛

  20. DB

    May 17, 2018 at 3:08 pm

    I don’t understand PXG’s theme for putters. When you look at their drivers, hybrids, irons, etc… they all look great at address. Clean and simple.

    Then you get to the putters – screws everywhere, funky designs. Not exactly easy to look at. I don’t get it. I’m all for the tech and the screw-weighting, just don’t understand why it’s visible at address on the putters.

  21. Tyler

    May 17, 2018 at 3:01 pm

    Those wings don’t resemble a spider at all.

  22. Biddles

    May 17, 2018 at 2:52 pm

    Corny, ugly. Pretty much the same as the rest of PXG’s gear.

    Probably putts well, though.

    • lance

      May 18, 2018 at 1:29 pm

      Wicked looking and it frightens my playing buddies with their impotent Scotty’s, Betti’s, other’s …. it the biggest baddest black tool around and I got it …!!!

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Titleist to release Vokey SM7 Wedges in State Blue finish




Titleist has announced that its Vokey SM7 wedges are to be released in a Slate Blue finish from January 31.

The new finish on the SM7 Slate Blue wedges is applied like a standard PVD finish, but according to the company, the finish contains a unique material and involves a time-intensive process, the combination of which provides a finish that will possess maximum durability.

Speaking on the addition of the State Blue finish to the SM7 wedge range, master craftsman Bob Vokey stated

“Very often wedge finishes can be beautiful, but they won’t last. At the same time, the most durable finishes often aren’t stunning. Slate Blue combines the two. Not only will golfers love their wedge when they see it in the shop, the finish will last through the course of normal play.”

As with all of the Vokey SM7 range, the State Blue is available in 23 loft, bounce, and grind options for both right and left-handers.

The stock set-up for the Vokey SM7 State Blue features a Nippon Modus3 125 shaft and custom BV Wings New Decade Multi-Compound Black Grip. However, the wedges will also be available for customization on

The Vokey SM7 State Blue hits retail stores on January 31 and will cost $199.99.

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New Srixon Z-Forged irons: “The most compact, workable irons” in company history



Srixon Z-Forged irons, described by the company as being “designed for the ultimate ball-strikers yet engineered to perform,” are to hit retail stores on February 1.

The new release from Srixon feature two sharp lines at the back of the club, one from the toe and one from the heel, forming its double curve design which aims to provide golfers with a soft feel in a crisp, explosive profile.

Forged from a single billet of soft 1020 carbon steel, the Z-Forged irons, are designed to offer players with an exceptional amount of feel throughout all shots.

Srixon’s Z-Forged irons also contain an updated Tour V.T Sole which is designed to provide more consistent ball striking while keeping the versatility to execute every type of shot.

Speaking concerning Srixon’s Z-Forged Irons, Engineering Manager Dustin Brekke, stated

“The new Z-Forged irons are the most compact, most workable irons in our line. They were created to give professionals and advanced amateur golfers confidence to hit every shot, while featuring a sole that glides through the turf for better contact and stable spin under any condition.”

The Srixon Z-Forged officially launch on February 1 and will cost $142.85 for a single iron, $999.99 for a seven-piece set, and $1,142.84 for an eight-piece set.

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New Ping G410 irons: “The most forgiving iron of its size”



Ping has unveiled its new G410 Irons, the company’s latest game-improvement model, featuring less offset and a higher MOI compared to any of their previous models.

These 2019 Ping irons feature a face and cavity structure that aims to deliver faster ball speeds while saving weight to expand the perimeter weighting. The additional weight savings are re-distributed to the toe and hosel to achieve an 8% increase in the moment of inertia (MOI), which is designed to offer golfers more forgiveness and consistency.

The irons feature a more flexible and free moving face, achieved by de-coupling the weighting structure from the face to create a larger flexing zone. The larger flexing zone is designed to act as a hinge to launch the ball faster and higher with consistency, allowing golfers to take less club into the green.

Speaking on the companies new G410 Irons, Ping President John K. Solheim, said

“In the G410 iron, our engineers challenged the idea that you can’t make an iron smaller and increase the forgiveness at the same time. They’ve developed a clean, highly appealing design with less offset and a significantly higher MOI when compared to the G400 iron.

“It’s the most forgiving iron of its size. It will appeal to a very wide range of golfers as it produces faster ball speeds, maximum forgiveness and amazing feel with a pleasing appearance — all the attributes they need to hit their iron shots higher, farther and straighter.”

The Ping G410 rrons contain a slightly shorter blade length and 10% less offset compared to the G400 iron, and the clubs Hydropearl 2.0 finish aims to contribute towards smooth turf interaction. While the full-cavity, co-molded aluminum and elastomer badge of the new irons from Ping is designed to deliver players with a more satisfying sound and greater overall feel.

The same geometry used on the Glide 2.0 wedge series, has been utilized in the G410 wedges (PW, UW, SW and LW). The wedges contain a sharp edge radius which aims to increase interaction with the cover of the ball at impact, creating greater friction, resulting in improved spin and trajectory control.

Concerning Ping’s new high-spin wedges, Solheim stated

“The fully machined grooves on all four wedges are an example of the added detail we’ve engineered into the G410 irons. For players who want a consistent look and feel throughout their set, they can now enjoy much higher spin and control in their scoring clubs along with all the other performance benefits of the iron’s technology.”

Shaft Specs

Alta CB Red Graphite

  • SR 65g
  • R 72g
  • S 82g

AWT 2.0

  • R 98g
  • S 104g
  • XS 119g

The new additions from Ping are available for pre-order and custom fitting at authorized Ping golf shops around the world beginning today. The G410 Irons cost $135 per iron w/steel shaft (stock or aftermarket); $150 per iron w/stock graphite shaft.

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