The previous iteration of the Wingman, released back in 2020, was a putter that won over golfers in attendance at the annual PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida. As a matter of fact, the Wingman got the nod and won the “Teezy Award” for the Top Putter at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show. A category that was full of stout competition.
The original Wingman putter always stood out in my mind and even though it took me two years to do so. As a matter of fact, even though it’s now been two years since its release, I purchased a Wingman 01 and it’s firmly entrenched in my bag as my gamer. My confidence on the putting green has never been higher. The Wingman should’ve been in that slot two years ago. Little did I realize that a new generation of Wingman lurked out on the horizon.
The new Wingman 700 series appears to be a winner. Improved aesthetics and six options to choose from, it’s almost a certainty that there’s a putter in this line-up that would appeal to any golfer that prefers a mallet design. I’d be remiss if I left out the fact that there are two different and distinct models offered.
The 700 Series putters from Tour Edge Exotics offer two variations where forgiveness is concerned. New for the Wingman 700 Series of putters, the heads come in either a SUPER MAX MOI or MAX MOI option (M.O.I = Moment Of Inertia = Resistance to Twisting)
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