Sure, smooth, no-bounce putts can be expected when you use an Osage Orange Wood Putter. Osage Orange is very hard – around 2760 on the Janka hardness scale. In comparison, American red oak is about 1060-1220. The osage orange tree is typically found in southwest United States and into South America. This wood was used by Native Americans to make bows and war clubs because it was strong, flexible and durable. Far from a war club, this wood is used to make Woody Putters because along with those other characteristics it makes a beautiful putter.
The Osage Orange Wood Putter has yellowish or golden wood with occasional dark brown to black stripes. Head weight is approximately 330g.
*The putter length is the measured from the bottom of the putter head to the tip of the putter grip along the shaft.