The Black Menu Handsome One

After Swag fans near and far fell in love with The Menu Handsome Too we knew we had to bring it back for a second appearance. But how could we top last year's putter? We finished this Handsome One in black DLC and paired it with a black PVD shaft, assuring we kept everyone's favorite peachy accents intact, and added an all-new Peach Carbon Fiber Headcover to match. 

We kept the signature engraved menu sole, pin flag cavity, and Swag peach. You'll find the same double fly milled face and flange line, this time with white paint fill. And, after receiving much love in 2020, we knew we had to bring back the same custom Gripmaster Cabretta Leather grip.

The Handsome One is a classic tour-proven design with a Swag spin on it. At address, the crowned topline seems to melt into the shoulders and by surfacing the shoulders on a large organic curve they, in turn, make a smooth transition into our bumpers. Spending extra time during the machining process allows us to create a neck with a consistently soft profile unlike any other on the market. 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Head Weight: 354g
  • Designed, Milled, and Assembled in the USA
  • Feels Good 303 Stainless Steel
  • Black DLC Finish
  • Full Shaft Offset
  • Black PVD KBS Tour Putter Shaft
  • Custom Gripmaster Cabretta Leather Grip
$888.88
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FEELS GOOD 303

303 American Stainless Steel is our preferred steel of choice when milling our putters. We have tried 303 Stainless from many different suppliers and countries, and inevitably our team has come to the same conclusion every time: There is no reason for us to go halfway across the globe for what we have in our own backyard. With countless ways steel can be manipulated, what matters most is how the final product feels, and we assure you it feels good!

MILLING WITH A PURPOSE™

It has taken us months to perfect our milling techniques, but that doesn't mean we’re going to stop now. Every time we turn on our CNC Machines, we are striving to advance and perfect our designs. Using complex surfacing techniques, we spend more time machining the sole, shoulders, and neck than most companies spend on manufacturing the entire putter. We purposely leave some of these milling lines visible in order to show off the detailed surfacing work that goes into the engineering of every putter we make.