SIK by LA Golf’s new FLO M mallet putter is precision milled from a solid block of stainless steel and features the brand’s patented descending loft technology which helps provide more consistent launch angles and improved roll.

Around 10% smaller and 70g lighter than the original FLO mallet, the FLO M Mallet was inspired by feedback from Tour players, some of whom preferred a slightly smaller profile and a lighter weight.

The goal was to create a mallet that provides increased MOI and forgiveness but with the same weight and similar feel to a blade. Not coincidentally, the FLO M weighs in around 360g, the same weight as SIK’s Pro model blade, which was used by Bryson DeChambeau in his 2020 US Open victory, making it play and feel as close to a blade as possible, but with the enhanced forgiveness of a mallet.

Like all SIK by LA Golf putters, this model is fully customizable and can be ordered with a variety of hosels, including plumber’s neck, double bend, slant neck, swept neck, and armlock. There is also a choice of satin steel or matte black finish. A variety of shaft choices, including LA Golf’s super-premium P-Series, are also available, as well as custom loft and lie angles and sightline type and location. There is even a choice of four different headcover colours.

RRP: £475,

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