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The Dark Side of Heavy Putter

Two of Heavy Putter’s most popular models are now available in black, a cosmetic departure from the matte gray that has defined the Heavy Putter line for the past few years. 

The black C2-B blade and G3-B mallet are otherwise identical siblings of the C2-DF and G3-DF, which belong to Heavy Putter’s Deep Face line. 

The non-glare black finish on the Heavy Putters is applied by a process called “physical vapor deposition,” which creates a durable, maintenance-free exterior that resists corrosion. 

Earlier this year, Heavy Putter introduced a C2-DF milled limited-edition putter in black as well. However, only 500 of those putters were made at a price of $399. 

The new black putters belong to the mainstream Deep Face line and cost $169, the same as their matte gray counterparts. 

Judging by the photos, Heavy Putter has an aesthetic hit on its hands. 

P.S. Click here to read PutterZone.com’s review of the Heavy Putter Deep Face series. 

About Sean Weir

Sean Weir is the founder and editor of PutterZone.com, and the author of Putter Perfection, the definitive guide to putter fitting. Profile: Google+

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