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www.wil­son.com Head­weight: 356g Grip: Wil­son Staff In­fi­nite Toe hang: Strong

TECH: A flanged mal­let with ex­tra weight in both the head and grip to cre­ate a coun­ter­bal­anced model. A dou­ble milled face en­sures pre­ci­sion, while par­al­lel and per­pen­dic­u­lar sight lines sim­plify align­ment.

WE SAY: Wil­son can lay claim to mak­ing the leg­endary TPA put­ter that Nick Faldo used to win a cou­ple of Ma­jors. We can’t say the Grant Park is ex­actly the same shape, but it is very close. A huge amount of toe hang means the Grant Park is much more suited to a putting stroke with ro­ta­tion than a straight-back-and-through mo­tion. We liked the white toe-to-heel align­ment line on the top edge which clearly shows where the blade is point­ing, and we also felt the pos­i­tive crisp feel off the solid milled face was spot on.

VER­DICT: Wil­son Staff says the Grant Park is coun­ter­bal­anced; af­ter test­ing a stack of put­ters we’d say it’s a more gen­tle in­tro­duc­tion to the con­cept. The over­sized grip fits nicely in the hands and will go some way to help­ing elim­i­nate wrist break from your stroke, too.

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