Nike saw great success in the driver, fairway wood, and iron categories. They won multiple PGA Tour victories and the odd Major in the hands of Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. However, it was in the putter market that Nike failed to break through with players more often than not testing, then switching back to their preferred, tried and tested flat stick. Having said that they did pick up Majors in the hands of Stuart Cink and Lucas Glover. Remember them?
The main bulk of Nike putters to hit the shelves at retail under the Method sub-brand. The regular Method range of putters was reactive to market demands and was nothing new with standard head designs and soft polymer inserts. Not very Nike. There was one putter; however, the 'Method Concept', which was designed and built from a blank sheet. If you can get over the cosmetics, then what you have here is a great putter - designed to look like a blade with the performance of a mallet. It certainly ticks that box with the contrasting 'D' bar which will blend into the grass, plus they didn't make many so you'll not see another one if that means anything to you.
The Origin Method putter was meant to be the game changer, being directly influenced by Tour feedback from Tiger and Rory. The putter showcased a range of new features including face wide grooves for a better roll (more grooves equals more friction), and new RZN filling in a steel construction sandwich for better feel on off centre strikes. Differentiated by their alignment aid, there were two putters in the range - one with a dot preferred by Tiger, and one with a line preferred by Rory.
If you're after a real bargain that's packed full of technology was once used by the best in the world, then a putter from Nike might be the one for you.
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