After a period of extended hibernation, the once-dominant Slotline Golf is back in a big way with three new lines of putters. The Slotline SL-784 Raider putter picks up right where the brand left off, offering some of the highest MOI properties available in a blade putter. By inserting heavy tungsten pods into the heel and toe of a milled 6061 aircraft grade aluminum head, Slotline achieves extreme perimeter weighting for heightened forgiveness. The Raider also features Slotline’s signature “slot and line” alignment system.
The Slotline Raider putter delivers high MOI in a surprisingly light package at 340 grams, resulting in a unique combination of stability and playability. The large head gives this blade a mallet-like quality, in terms of both visuals and performance. The Slotline alignment system is timeless, and the overall design aesthetics are classy.
Some will find the oversized head to be distracting, while others will find it to be visually comforting.
Who’s It For?
Golfers who prefer the look of a blade but who seek the stability of a mallet.
The Raider recaptures Slotline’s original high-MOI mojo and presents an innovative alternative in the blade category.
Street Price: $199
Head Weight: 340 grams
Lie Angle: 71 degrees
Loft: 3 degrees
Length: 33 to 35 inches
Toe Hang: Half past 4 o’clock
Material: Milled 6061 aluminum with tungsten
Included Accessories: Head cover
Ready for a deeper look? Read PutterZone.com’s Slotline Raider putter review.