Business > Georgia Putter Manufacturer Launches New Product

| June 8, 2015

Georgia Business

MARIETTA — Pendulum Golf of Georgia LLC today announced the release of The Pendulum Putter, as the golf industry continues to discover putters that allow golfers with less than perfect strokes to putt with more success and confidence. Designed for his son Bo, following four years of product design and research by 79 year old Bob Chambers of Marietta Georgia, The Pendulum Putter possesses 2 patents for utility and design and conforms to the United States Golf Association (USGA) rules for tournament play worldwide by professional and amateur players alike. Proudly made in the USA, The Pendulum Putter’s unique design elements include a revolutionary “V” wing design with a putter face that features a 2 1/2″ sweet spot, perfect balance point and a front face angle of -1 degree of loft that reduces “ball hop” off the putter face for a smoother, truer roll on the ball.

The Pendulum Putter boasts a 431 stainless steel precision milled head weighing 340 grams and a standard 34″ shaft designed to work in harmony with its “V’ wing design. Because of their study of Moment of Inertia (MOI) technology, The Pendulum Putter drastically reduces torque and twist when off center contact is made with the ball. This reduction of torque and twist is designed to help amateur and professional golfers improve putting’s “game within a game.”

“Every so often, an improvement in golf equipment comes along that actually has a basis in utility. Such a product is The Pendulum™ Putter. With the striking force spread significantly across the face, The Pendulum™ is one of the best balanced putters I have come across in my 20 years in the golf industry. Hitting solid putts should no longer be an issue,” said Steve McCullough, Golf Performance Specialist and PGA Member.

The Pendulum Putter will be marketed exclusively online versus golf stores and pro shops at in order to provide direct feedback on the performance of The Pendulum Putter from buyers of the initial limited production and for future production models.

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