SMOOOTH 
SERIES MALLET PUTTERS

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Mallet Designs with Tungsten and Steel Weighting for High MOI in Black and White Versions

Features:

      • Smoooth models 6 and 7 are mallet style;
      • Two full mallet designs with one heel/toe design each with significant weight addition capability to offer a wide range of putter weight fitting options
      • Forged From Soft 6061 Aluminum with tungsten and steel weighting added to increase the MOI and pinpoint the CG for more consistent roll
      • White versions of the Model 6 and 7 available for wider putter fitting options. White model 6 heel and center bore versions; white model 7 in heel bore only
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Brent Yurschak
2 years ago

Tom,
Are there any new mallet putter head designs on the way? Right now only the S2R series is current, and none of those designs are mallets.
Would love to have gotten my hands on a Model 6.
Thank you as always.
Brent

Tom Wishon
2 years ago
Reply to  Brent Yurschak

Brent
A new series of putter head designs is on the list of things for me to work on for a release sometime in 2019. I am just in the concept stages of this right now so I don’t really have much in the way of concrete info that I can share. Otherwise I would. But it will happen. Thanks so much for your interest !!
TOM

Brad
4 years ago

Thanks for the reply and I did find a heel shafted series 6 and put a double-bend shaft in. I have been practicing indoors and the putter feels great, and it works for well for me. Can’t wait to get it out on the course. I will hopefully find another series 6 heel bore head to purchase as an extra to keep around for the future.

Brad
4 years ago

I really like the Smooth 6. Is is practical / advisable to but a double bend offset shaft into the putter? I happen to like the look and feel I putt better with an offsef putter.

Tom Wishon
4 years ago
Reply to  Brad

BRAD: FYI, we did discontinue and close out the Smoooth Series models 6, 7 last year. When we did have them, or if you have found one elsewhere, there were two versions of both, a heel bore and a center bore version. The heel bore Smoooth 6 and 7 took any single bend or double bend putter shaft. The center bore version took any straight shaft. Whenever you have a double bend putter shaft, one of the bends is for the lie angle, the other for offset. There are a lot of different DB Putter shafts around and they will… Read more »

mark
5 years ago

Tom,
Thanks for quick response. Actually I am still interested in answers as I can still purchase used and am trying to decide which model to get.

Tom Wishon
5 years ago
Reply to  mark

MARK: Happy to help. In the Smooth 6 & 7 putter heads, we created both a heel shaft and center shaft option. Only the center shaft version is a face balanced head. The face length is the same for both models at 95mm (3.75″). Face to back dimension is 86mm (3 3/8″). MOI for the two putters is virtually the same at 5,320 g-cm2. The difference between the 6 and 7 is only that the 6 has twin parallel tungsten top weights which form a double alignment aid in addition to very slightly raising the CG in the head, while… Read more »

mark
5 years ago

Is there a significant difference between the Smooth 6&7 putter models other than appearance? Are both of these face balanced? Do you have MOI numbers and face lengths for these?
Thanks for your reply.

Tom Wishon
5 years ago
Reply to  mark

MARK: My answers to your questions are most likely a moot point now and not of any value since we just finished closing out all of the Smooth 6 and 7 mallet putter heads last month. And this week we are just in the process of updating everything on the website with the new catalog completion so if the 6 & 7 were there, I am sorry. Since we discontinued them last month, I should have made sure we got them off the website. So there are none of these left in our inventory, I am sorry to say. They… Read more »

Thomas Anderson
5 years ago

With winter arriving here in the mid-west I decided I was going to get custom fit for a putter to practice over winter. I was recently fit for the Smooth Series Model 5 putter by Jerry Heiser of Heiser Golf in Cedar Falls, IA. During the first visit Jerry Heiser zeroed in on what specs I would need in order to get set up properly to the ball and after analyzing my putting stroke from face on what would be a good loft for me to go with. We decided to go with the Smooth Series Model 5 Putter. During… Read more »

Tom Wishon
5 years ago

Thomas
Without question you did the right thing to find Jerry and work with him for your fitting needs. I’ve known Jerry for many years in this industry and from that I know that his knowledge and experience in the field is first class and second to none. As such I am not surprised at all that Jerry was able to nail down your best fitting specs so you could gain the benefits from what proper fitting can offer. Good for you!! And thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience with us!!
TOM

Jon
5 years ago

Tom, I’m in process of having a smooth 5 built to my desired specs ( at least what i think is optimal for my putting today…..). I have a few questions: 1. i can’t see the smooth 5 face too well on your website but is their any grooves or milling on the face? is the face material aluminum? what kind of feel/sound should i expect as compared to say a finely milled stainless steel or a polymer like the taylor made surlyn insert? 2. will a single bend shaft make much of a difference vs a double bend shaft?… Read more »

Tom Wishon
5 years ago
Reply to  Jon

JON The face of the SMoooth Series putter heads, including model 5, is a highly polished section of the actual 6061 aluminum material from which the middle portion of the model 5 head is made. It is then outlined with an engraved line to distinguish it from the rest of the face area. It is not a separate face insert. The concept is to make the impact area of the face as “friction free” as possible so as to very slightly reduce the chance of an errant stroke from pulling or pushing the ball as far off line as what… Read more »

Doug
6 years ago

Tom, First, I want to say how much I love the 919 driver. I have already sent two friends to my club fitter to get one, after they saw me hit it. I also have your 775 and 730 hybrids. But I want to ask a general question regarding putters (semi mallets). What are the key elements one should look for in a putter? It’s hard to filter through the hype and marketing. I know the quick answer is that putters are a personal preference, but there must be some key guidelines. Also, the shaft length (normal size putter). I… Read more »

Tom Wishon
6 years ago
Reply to  Doug

DOUG Thanks so much for your comments and questions! That’s really great to hear you like the 919 driver and thanks so much for passing the word on to your friends! We appreciate that very much. Boy did you hit the nail on the head with your statement – It’s so hard to filter through the hype and marketing. Truer words were never spoken. I do feel sorry for the golfers who want nothing more than to get the best equipment for their game. No way can a consumer be expected to know even a fraction of what someone like… Read more »

Robert Gallagher
6 years ago

Hi atom. How does the heal toe weighting of the smooth 5 affect the putter and my putting stroke..
Does it work differently than other putters.
Thanks
Bob

Tom Wishon
6 years ago

BOB:
The heavier weights attached out on the end of the toe and heel of the Smooth 5 putter head are there ONLY to increase the MOI of the head so that there is less distance loss when the ball is struck off center. The two weights are of the same mass so this has no effect whatsoever on any golfer’s different stroke action. So whether the golfer has a straight back/straight through stroke or an arc-ing curved stroke, these heel and toe weights on the Smoooth 5 do not affect that in anyway.
TOM

Robert Gallagher
6 years ago

Hi Tom, I am considering your smooth series putter #5. , I am currently using a belly putter but at some point will need to go back to something conventional. I like the look of the # 5 but am wondering about lie angle. You did an amazing job with the 929’s as did Ollie with the fitting. Again FYI. My height is 5 ft 4 inches and I believe my number was 32 3\4 inches from my left wrist to the floor. I have always wanted more weight in the head and would probably have the putter at 34… Read more »

Tom Wishon
6 years ago

BOB Thanks very much and we are very pleased to hear that the driver and woods have worked out very well for you with a little help from us and a lot of good help from Ollie to put it all together properly to your final required specifications! Putters are really a very individual thing when it comes to the putter HEAD design. What one golfer likes has nothing to do with whether another golfer can putt well or like the same putter head model. Each golfers’ eyes can see the shape, alignment, set up of a putter head a… Read more »

Landon Black
6 years ago

Can you tell me the head weight of the Smooth 6 without any weights added to the weight port? I’m assuming 335g? I have an account and would like to see about getting another weight port cover and additional weights if possible.
Thanks
-Landon

Tom Wishon
6 years ago
Reply to  Landon Black

Landon
yes the as produced headweight of the Smoooth Series 6 and 7 is 335 g with a +/-3 gram tolerance. You can order as many of the 14 gram tungsten weights and weight port medallion covers as you wish because we do offer and sell these individually.
Thanks much,
TOM

Landon
6 years ago
Reply to  Landon Black

Thanks a bunch Sir!

George Chan
6 years ago

I’m interested in adding weight to my Smooth 5 head. is there any informationon the internet on how to open the adjustable weight port and prices for buying weights to insert into the port?
Thank you in advance.
Great putter by the way.

Tom Wishon
6 years ago
Reply to  George Chan

GEORGE The weight port on the sole of the Smoooth Series model 5, 6 and 7 putter heads will accept up to 5 of the 14 gram tungsten weight disks that we offer to go with these putter heads. The putters are designed for more of a permanent weight addition by the clubmaker. The clubmaker would determine through the fitting process what the best headweight would be for the golfer, then build the putter with these weights epoxied into the cavity. The medallion to cover the weight port is then secured by peeling off the paper backing covering the adhesive… Read more »

Peter Pachtner
7 years ago

Just like the name tells: smoooth feeling. Gets the ball rolling very fast. The adjustable weight port is key for true custom putter fitting and building.