The Axis1 Rose putter gets its name having been co-designed by US Open champion Justin Rose and is an interesting flat stick.
A unique design of this mallet putter, which is joined by the Rose B model, means it is perfectly balanced to stay square throughout the putting stroke.
Rose signed up to play Axis1 putters in 2019 and he collaborated in the design of the Rose putter, which features a curved hosel and torque free design.
Does the putter actually remain square through impact? In this article, we take a look at the Axis1 and discover if the Rose is all it is cracked up to be.
What Axis1 says about the Rose putter:
“Co-designed and developed in collaboration with US Open and Olympic Champion Justin Rose.
“Axis1 Rose is the world’s first Perfectly Balanced/Torque-free putter, designed to ensure the clubface will not open up.
“Putter remains square at address and travels perpendicular to your swing path, and will not twist open at address or windshield wipe open throughout your swing nor will it twist upon hitting the ball.
“For the very first time, our patented heel counterweight places the center of gravity in the center of the striking face and in line with the axis of the shaft.
“Following the evolutions of perimeter weighting and alignment features on putters comes Axis1’s revolutionary Perfect Balance/ Torque Free Technology.”
Axis1 Rose Putter Specs & Design
How much does the Axis1 Rose putter cost?
The Axis1 Rose currently retails at $449 / £379.
Do the Axis1 Rose putters come in different lengths?
Yes. They come in 33-inch, 34-inch and 35-inch.
Does the Rose putter come with a head cover?
Yes. All Axis1 putters come with head covers.
Which is the best Axis1 putter?
Each putter is individually tuned and perfectly balanced to suit the requirements of different golfers. The Axis1 putters might initially feel lighter due to their unique balance characteristics, but golfers soon become used to the feel.
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