The MORDRED putter was recognized as one of the best putters at the 2019 PGA Show. Rooted in the heart of Brittany, France, we meticulously craft our putters and irons, drawing inspiration from the legendary Broceliande forest, the home of King Arthur. Each ARGOLF putter is aptly named after an Arthurian legend, embodying stature and manufacturing excellence.
The genesis of the MORDRED LT putter derives from a blend of childhood intrigue and historical lore. Founder Olivier Colas' early fascination with the sleek design and impressive performance of Formula 1 race cars, and the intriguing aerodynamics involved, played a pivotal role. Anchored by Armor Meca, a family-owned enterprise contributing parts to global giants like the European Space Agency, Airbus, and Safran, Olivier's upbringing further catalyzed his affinity for innovation.
Mordred, a renowned antagonist, played a treacherous role in the Battle of Camlann against King Arthur, culminating in their fateful demise. This dramatic narrative is artfully reflected in the MORDRED LT mallet putter's winged design, enriching its stability, alignment features, and distinct coloring.
With an impressively low center of gravity surpassing other mallet putters in the ARGOLF Broceliande Collection, the MORDRED LT putter achieves one of the highest MOIs available. Precision-crafted from aerospace-grade 7175 Aluminum, its sleek appearance captivates the eye. Distinguished by cutting-edge 5-axis milling technology, the MORDRED LT mallet putter distinguishes itself through its aerodynamic attributes, setting it apart from its peers in design and performance.
Highlighted by ARGOLF's patented C-Claw technology for a consistently refined roll, the MORDRED LT putter's head features a striking gray or green-camo hue. Its aesthetics harmonize with exceptional functionality, accompanied by a black PVD KBS shaft that augments its performance.
|OFFSET FOR HEEL SHAFT||3/4 shaft|
|Balance / Stroke Type||Face Balanced|
|Head||Milled from a solid block of aeronautical-grade 7175 Aluminum|