Originally Posted by Rulesman
Originally Posted by Fourputt
There is apparently something in its design that makes it nonconforming.
What do you reckon this is?
Honestly? I don't worry much about the details. The shaft looks a bit odd with what looks like some sort of length adjustment near the putter head. I also don't like the convex faces, although I don't know if they are disallowed. I know that concave faces are not allowed. There are so many odd looking putters that I wouldn't go on appearance alone. The fact that every source I could find said that this one was nonconforming was enough for me.
I don't carry training equipment with me on the course, so I just don't worry about the details of club design. I buy and use clubs which are certified as conforming, and what few training aids I use are never kept in my bag. The only training club I ever owned was a heavy 8 iron, which would have been conforming if it had a standard grip. It did not, so it was kept either in the garage or in the trunk of my car, but was never put in my bag.