Mantis Easy On The Eyes

The original Mantis putter was introduced at the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, and company officials touted the way that the face-balanced, matte green mallet helped temper eye movement so that it was easier for golfers to sink putts.
“As we developed that club, we conducted a tracking study that measured eye movement when people putted,” says Chris Maher, Mantis Golf CEO. “And we found that the vast majority of those who described themselves as good putters had very little eye movement when they stroked the ball, while those who struggled moved their eyes all over the place. What that told us was that if the eyes were unstable, it was hard to make putts. So, we looked to make a putter that dealt with that issue.”


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