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April 09, 2009

Vijay Singh breaks out new Never Compromise X-Ray putter at Masters

Posted at 6:13 PM by David Dusek | Categories: Masters, Never Compromise, Putters, Vijay Singh

Never-Compromise-Xray_600 AUGUSTA, Ga. — Vijay Singh is competing this week with a new belly putter in his bag, a Never Compromise X-Ray. Singh, the 2000 Masters champion, had been using a Never Compromise GM2 Exchange #7 as recently as last week at the Shell Houston Open.

The X-Ray is a high-MOI mallet, which is designed to help players improve their alignment and remain steady at impact for improved distance control. There are five metallic "ribs" embedded in a soft insert to create a cushioned feel and help the ball start rolling faster.

Unfortunately for Singh, even with his caddie bending down to ground level to get a better look at the greens, he needed 30 putts to complete his first round at Augusta.

You can read more about the X-Ray, and other new mallet putters, in the GOLF Buyer's Guide.

(Photo by Schecter Lee)

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