Toulon Design

Toulon Design Long Island Putter w/SuperStroke Pistol GT

Item No. 1000000016664


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Sale Price 419.99 $419.99


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This is a throwback design loaded with the latest technology from Toulon Design.

Milled from 303 stainless steel this pin tail cavity design has been painstakingly shaped. Every edge has been chamfered and softened, the corners beautifully rounded, and the top line and leading edges appropriately radiused. The slightly longer blade length also increases the blade's intertia, making this also a very forgiving putter.

The hosel is also new for 2017. Our new H6 hosel design was specifically designed for the Long Island. A longer sweeping flow creates a softer overall look, a 2/3 shaft offset and a 50 degree toe hang that encourages a more arcing stroke path.

Looking at the design from the face view, you'll notice a higher sweeping toe design that helps us position the center of gravity in the center of the cavity and the face - this helps to produce the incredible feel all Toulon Design putters are known for. Combining this intense attention to every detail with the performance of our Deep Diamond Mill pattern makes for a classic design with incredible cutting edge performance.

Deep Diamond Mill
Our unique pattern was designed after rigorous testing of 25 different mill patterns. The deep cross-hatch grooves control the sound and feel by channeling vibration and the small groove inside each diamond pattern is designed to improve the quality of the roll. The result is a putter where the sound and feel are tuned to match the distance that the ball rolls.

The Meaning Behind The Name
Long Island represents a region of America where golf's historic traditions have always been religiously honored and maintained. Long Island is home to demanding championship courses such as Shinnecock Hills, which has hosted four US Opens in three different centuries, and highly-challenging Bethpage State Park.