Since the introduction of the Rife Two Bar putter, Rife putters have had a major following. With the success of the Two Bar model, Rife and company decided to branch out and try their hand at a more classic line of putters. The new for 2010 Trinidad Putter is part of their Island Series which incorporates traditional head shapes that are equipped with their patented RollGroove technology and are crafted from CNC milled 304 stainless steel. The Guerin Rife Trinidad putter is a take on the classic Anser style head shape introduced in the early 1960’s however this version is center shafted and features a vertical alignment notch. The Trinidad is only available in 35” lengths and unfortunately for now, only right hand. The Rife Trinidad was debuted a this year’s Masters Tournament and it was very well received on the practice green. For the price, you will not find a putter that rolls the ball this well while still delivering excellent feel and sound.
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