Nike Golf has unveiled the Method Converge and Method Matter, two new families of putters that both feature an innovative self-fitting system to help any golfer find the best-fit putter for his or her game. With so many lengths, designs and head shapes, it can be difficult to find the right putter. The most important aspect in this process is to ensure putting with the right geometry.
Nike designed a simple and unique self-fitting system to help golfers quickly and easily find the best putter for his or her game. RTS provides a four-step process starting with the player’s natural stance at address.
The Nike Method Converge putters are said to be focused on feel, roll and forgiveness, and come in four distinct styles (B1-01, M1-08, S1-12, S2-12 at RRP £129.99). Method technology features a RZN material, the same RZN used in the Nike RZN golf balls. Nike club designers utilised some of the findings from the golf ball team and applied it to the face of the putter to give it a softer feel and faster forward roll.
The Method Matter putters also feature a RZN Groove insert to soften feel and deliver faster forward roll, while the stainless steel body further softens feel and allows for more adjustability. There are four classic shapes (B1-07, B2-01, M4-12, M5-12 at RRP £99.99). Length-specific head weights ensure optimal perimeter weighting and low CG for enhanced stability and less spin.
Tony Dabbs, product director of Nike clubs stated, “We’re not trying to change the way you putt. We’re trying to match how you already putt and put the right product in your hands.”