First impressions of the Rife Mr Beasley are good. It's D shape is pleasing to
the eye when you address the ball and the back of the putter face and small heel
and toe weights make for a square feel, which gives confidence when you're
It's a no-frills putter, compared with some of the way-out
and for me that's a good thing.
The black finish makes the putter appear heavy and I wondered on first
impressions whether this might be a bit of a blunt instrument, rather than the
sort of delicate tool you'd want to take out onto extremely fast and tricky
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What is for sure, however is that the combination of the black paint and the
white alignment line work well together - you should be in no doubt where this
putter is aiming!
How does it feel?
To my surprise, this putter has a wonderfully soft feel, which silenced my
concerns about the heavy look of the putter. I'm sure you'll find that the
putter would play well on all surfaces.
How does the Rife Mr Beasley roll the ball?
Again, the roll was reassuringly good and true, showing that Rife's putters - a little like
- are not about flashy designs, but are all about performance. I must say I was
A very good no-frills putter and excellent used purchase - you can pick them up cheaply in golf shops and online.
Others to consider:
The Tuttle is certainly original - a putter that definitely looks like a driver. The good news is that it performs better than it looks!
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This putter seems to stay square for ever! Feel's not great, but you'll love it if you use a square-to-square stroke