ORLANDO, Florida – You may not have heard of Makefield Putters since they are not sold at your local DICK’s, Golf Galaxy, Golfer’s Warehouse or PGA TOUR Superstore but the putter company is getting attention lately.
While fitting is important, Makefield Putters does much of its business online. The company has three putters in its lineup. The original V-S debuted in 2022. And this past January, Makefield introduced its two half-moon shapes: the TF and the smaller TF Tour.
“This is a revolutionary product for the putter fitting industry. The new MakeFit Home Fitting System from Makefield will dynamically affect the putter industry, and especially putter fitting for the consumer,” shared Nick Biglasco, Marketing Director for Makefield putters.
Now you can try the Makefield putter and its revolutionary X-3 Weight system on your home turf at your own pace. In a world where two minutes on your phone can have almost anything at your doorstep, Makefield Putters is excited to deliver that same convenience.
Your MakeFit Kit is unique to your chosen preferences. It will include two club heads and four shafts with different hosel configurations, lie angles, and grip styles. Also included will be extra weights, washers, wrenches, and screws, so that you can fully investigate and understand the X3 Weight System. The pictures sent in the Kit will show you a myriad of options for weight configuration. With the many combinations available to Makefield’s screw in technology, you’ll steadily narrow in on what feels right, and what looks right.
No more expensive putter fittings at the box chain store. (and if you want to putt better, you should have a fitting). just go to Makefield putters dot com, order the make fit home fitting system it comes straight to your house.
John Maginnes, former PGA Tour Professional, and host of the Katrek and Maginnes On Tap radio show on SiriusXM’s PGA Tour Radio said, “This is one of the most exciting announcements I’ve experienced in my golf career. I truly believe this is a revolutionary product for the putter fitting industry.”