The head is produced by casting of SUS630 steel.

New TPU face creates increased resiliency at impact.

Elegant and durable Black Nickel Plating finish.

There are different recommendations depending on each golfer unique swing having in mind where the ball is positioned and the direction of the swing.

Stroke trajectory
The impact loft changes according to the positioning of the ball.The optimal ball position also varies according to the magnitude of the offset.

A Loft Angle: 1°

Strongly associated with a follow-through swing; type for players who definitely do not want to pull the ball.

B Loft Angle: 2°

The ball can be easily addressed slightly below the left eye, and without an image of hitting hook.

C Loft Angle: 3°

A large offset makes it easier to address the ball at a position where the ball can be properly struck, also it provides the optimal loft at that position.

HP-2001

Blade (Crank neck)

You can control the extent to which you open and close the face yourself and direct the ball to the desired distance by adjusting the width of stroke. The golfer who sets a ball to the right foot side.

  • Loft (deg.): 3
  • Lie angle (deg.): 70
  • Length (inches): 34
  • Offset: Full-shaft

HP-2002

Blade (Short Slant neck)

You can control the extent to which you open and close the face yourself and direct the ball to the desired distance by adjusting the width of stroke. The golfer who sets a ball to the left foot side.

  • Loft (deg.): 1
  • Lie angle (deg.): 70
  • Length (inches): 34
  • Offset: Half-shaft

HP-2003

Mallet (Center shaft)

You can control the extent to which you open and close the face yourself and direct the ball for the desired distance by adjusting the strength of the impact. Considered the flow from an iron, which prevent hooked ball, and improved operability.

  • Loft (deg.): 2
  • Lie angle (deg.): 70
  • Length (inches): 33
  • Offset: Half-shaft

HP-2005

Blade (Crank neck)

You can control the extent to which you open and close the face yourself and direct the ball to the desired distance by adjusting the width of stroke. The golfer who sets a ball to the right foot side.

  • Loft (deg.): 1
  • Lie angle (deg.): 69
  • Length (inches): 33
  • Offset: None

HP-2006

Blade (Short Slant neck)

You can control the extent to which you open and close the face yourself and direct the ball to the desired distance by adjusting the width of stroke. The golfer who sets a ball to the left foot side.

  • Loft (deg.): 2
  • Lie angle (deg.): 71
  • Length (inches): 34
  • Offset: Half-shaft

HP-2007

Mallet (Center shaft)

You can control the extent to which you open and close the face yourself and direct the ball for the desired distance by adjusting the strength of the impact. Considered the flow from an iron, which prevent hooked ball, and improved operability.

  • Loft (deg.): 3
  • Lie angle (deg.): 71
  • Length (inches): 34
  • Offset: Full-shaft

HP-2008

Mallet (Center shaft)

You can control the extent to which you open and close the face yourself and direct the ball for the desired distance by adjusting the strength of the impact. Considered the flow from an iron, which prevent hooked ball, and improved operability.

  • Loft (deg.): 3
  • Lie angle (deg.): 71
  • Length (inches): 34
  • Offset: Full-shaft

New TPU face creates the impact having a good resilience which professional golfers prefer.

Grip

Name HONMA Putter R58 WH
Color Black (Logo color: White)
Material Rubber
Weight (g) 70