IT LOOKS NORMAL… BUT IT ACTUALLY HELPS YOU HOLE MORE PUTTSLooks are important, but so is science. That’s why MEZZ.1 looks pretty much like a normal putter. But unlike normal putters, MEZZ.1 actually helps you hole more putts.
Like all L.A.B. Golf putters, MEZZ.1 is 100% Lie Angle Balanced to make putting easier and more fun. It feels like magic… but it’s just science.
MEZZ.1 is also plenty forgiving… and it might just be our best-feeling putter.
The most important thing about a L.A.B. Golf putter is that it feels comfortable in your hands. Choosing the right one can be simple as trying a few different L.A.B. Golf lengths and lie angles at a golf store and going with the one that feels best.
HOW IT’S MADEMEZZ.1 is our new mid-mallet putter that’s fully CNC machined from a billet of 6061 aircraft aluminum (body) and 303 stainless steel (midsection) to create our best-feeling — and we think best looking — putter to date. It includes 10 weights (eight on the bottom, two on the sides) that allow us to individually build each putter to a golfer’s exact specifications.
MEZZ.1 is 100% Made In the USA and built and balanced in Eugene, Oregon.
RESPONSIVE FEEDBACKWith MEZZ.1, you’ll feel the contact more than you will with DF 2.1. This is great for golfers that want a little more feedback about how their putter is moving and can help with controlling pace on ultra-slick putts.
Their original Lie Angle Balanced putter, DF 2.1, is quite large and has a high-MOI. That combination makes it feel like it’s gliding on rails. Some golfers want this fully-automatic experience, while others prefer to have a little more control and that’s what MEZZ.1 delivers.
P.S. For maximum feedback, check out B.2. It’s not as forgiving as MEZZ.1 or DF 2.1 on off-center hits, but if you’re going to play a blade like B.2 you probably don’t miss the sweet spot much.
SpecificationsFinish: Anodized 6061 Aircraft Aluminum (Black) and Brushed 303 Stainless Steel.
Length: 28-38 inches (Standard), 38-46 inches (ArmLock), 40-50 inches (Broomstick).
Loft: 2.5 degrees static loft (1-degree of effective loft with Press II 1.5º).