ULTRA LOW BALANCE POINT TECHNOLOGY

"The feel of the putter, makes the hole look like it's a bucket."

KEN DUKE

PGA CHAMPIONS TOUR

ULBP

Ultra Low Balance Point, is proven technology in putter weight distribution where the golfer can feel the head as it travels through the putting arc. “Like the way the anchored putters would let you feel the head, but now in a standard length, and most importantly, without anchoring.”

Along with feeling the putter head (probably for the first time) the ULBP patented system creates a natural putter release, squaring the head at impact and releasing the putter head, even in high stress situations.  It takes away the need to steer your putter or fight it while you try to force it to release. It absolutely makes everyone, no matter his or her skill level, a more consistent putter.

Pick up a Sacks Parente putting instrument by the head to feel how we accomplished our ULBP system; It’s the combination of the proprietary components, our featherweight grips, ultra-light shafts, plus our milled Tour-weight putter heads that together to achieve ULBP.

Front-Weighted Center of Gravity

The location of the Center of Gravity (CG) is an emerging technology in putters.  All SPG putting instruments have maximized the face-forward Center of Gravity (CG) in their designs to lessen the harmful sidespin (resulting from gear effect) that rear-weighted putters can cause on putts. Sacks Parente believe that sidespin created by gear effect adds another variable to putting creating inconsistency.

In robot testing, even in putts as short as ten feet, we discovered that many mallet putters (and a few big blades) have gear effect because the CG is placed so far away from the face of the putter.

Sidespin is a great trick in billiards but definitely not something you want to see on your golf ball.

 

It just got a whole lot harder to miss a putt.

An engineering trifecta.

We re-engineered and re-mastered the putter grip, the shaft and the head. Working together harmoniously these combined technologies created the ultimate putting instrument.

Each part plays an integral role in redistributing the weight throughout the club.

Patented ULBP cannot exist without this unified approach.

GRIPS

Our feat, redistributing total club weight, depended on removing as much weight as possible from the grip.

Using advanced nano cellular technology, our grips average a weight of less than 35 grams. They are less than half the weight of typical putter grips found on the market today – and this was no simple task.

Just as critical, they also meet our exacting standards for feel and comfort, exquisitely balancing just the right levels of tack and cushion.

With 3 styles to choose from, you’re able to customize them to your hand without  any compromise on performance.

SHAFTS

At approximately 1 gram per inch, our shafts are the high-performance engine that powers ULBP. With the help of our partners, like Olympic CO. LTD, we’ve engineered TORAY carbon fiber and graphite composite shafts that are ultra-lightweight, have a stroke specific CPM, and a unique dexterity unlike any other on the market. 

Achieving this level of performance, at less than one third of the weight of a typical steel shaft is an engineering marvel.

HEADS

Ultimately, through the help of physics, our redistribution of the head weight created putting instruments that deliver a pure roll, ultra-low energy loss on mis-hits and amazing distance control.

We moved as much as 80% of the head weight to the heel and toe. We used the highest density tungsten available, in conjunction with lightweight alloys to redistribute the weight, thereby dramatically increasing MOI on tour weighted (350-360 gram) heads, and keeping the center of gravity as close to the shaft axis as possible.

We have a full line of styles, shapes and contours to meet any golfer’s visual satisfaction while delivering the same technology across the line.

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