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The Curated Take
The Wilson Staff Infinite Bean is a great putter from its look, to its oversized grip and mallet head. This putter has a sharp black PVD aesthetic to it as well that allows it to stand out. I found myself dialed in from close as it was heavy and consistent on shorter swings. On longer swings it took some time getting use to the feel as it wasn't as forgiving or soft coming off the face. I think the best player for this putter is the person who wants to own their own putter for the first time or someone who wants an upgrade, but wants to stay under that $100 range.
- This putter has a consistent back and forth swing weight to it that creates a nice balance point
- The larger mallet head creates a nice visual to align the ball with each putt
- The Wilson counter balanced grips creates a pristine feel within the hands standing over each putt
- The forgiveness features are not great. If a putt is mishit from a long range away the putt will not travel where it needs to
The Wilson Staff Bean Infinite Putter is ideal for golfers who prefer that the shaping of a mallet putter has longer alignment aides, a higher MOI (moment of inertia), and a face-balanced design. The putter works best with a mechanical, straight-back and through putting stroke.
Double Milled Face – To promote consistent impact and a purer feel of the putt’s roll, the face is constructed with a double milled face pattern.
Counterbalance Technology – The balance point is closer to the hands and grip of the putter, promoting a smoother, more controlled putting stroke.
Dark, Anti-Glare Finish – An ultra-dark PVD finish reduces glare and accentuates sightlines for improved aiming.
Oversized Grip – An oversized grip with a perforated pattern provides stability and limits wrist rotation in the putting stroke.