Cobra King Vintage Stingray-40 Putter
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DG Product Code: 78050016-78050017
The KING Stingray-40 putter features an oversized mallet shape with a short slant hosel that is suitable for players with a slight arc putting stroke seeking the forgiveness of a mallet with added control on shorter putts.
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The KING Vintage family of putters is for the traditionalists who love a classic-looking putter.
The KING Stingray-40 putter features an oversized mallet shape, 304 stainless steel body, an adjustable weight system and SIK Face Technology to deliver tuned stability and feel with unmatched roll consistency.
An oversized mallet shape is constructed using 304 stainless steel and features a single sightline for improved alignment at address.
An aluminum face insert features SIK Golf’s proprietary Descending Loft Technology (DLT) for excellent feel and straighter and more accurate putts.
The Stingray putter comes with a single 10g sole weight that can be adjusted up to +15g using heavier weights (15g, 20g, 25g) to dial in feel and stability. Weights sold separately.
Using a lightweight polymer cartridge and carbon fiber sole saves 18 grams, allowing for increased perimeter weighting when combined with the heavy 320g steel chassis.
We partnered with SIK Golf and Bryson DeChambeau to design the most accurate putter face possible. Each aluminum face insert features SIK Golf's patented Descending Loft Technology (DLT) that utilizes four descending lofts to ensure the most consistent roll and launch angle for a variety of putting strokes and attack angles.
SIK Golf's patented Descending Loft Technology (DLT) produces a consistent launch of 1.5 degrees for every type of stroke. Whether you have an ascending, neutral or descending attack angle, every putt will have a consistent launch and trajectory.