Ian Poulter's prototype Cobra putter
Cobra Golf is not in the putter business, but by the look of things that could change sometime in the future.
Before the start of the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral, Ian Poulter switched from a heel-toe weighted Rife Antigua putter to a Scotty Cameron Newport putter. But shortly after that he switched again, to a custom putter made for him by Cobra, the company that makes his woods and irons.
According to a Cobra tour rep, the company made Poulter four different heads and this the one, which he has been using in tournament play, was his favorite. But the testing continues; at TPC Sawgrass, Cobra was working on a putter with a slightly deeper face than the one you see in the photos below.