Golf Digest Features Cure RXi

A year ago, former PGA Tour Commissioner Deane Beman was at the PGA Merchandise Show extolling the virtues of Cure's RX putters and their "triangulation alignment system." It would have been easy to dismiss the product as another Hail Mary attempt in the golf business, but now the company has expanded its line to include the RXi, with a technology story worth exploring. Staying true to its concept of trying to produce mallet-like stability in a blade-style head, the RXi ($300) goes beyond that with an interchangeable face-insert that can alter the putter's overall weight and moment of inertia. Depending on whether you're using the aluminum or brass face insert, the putter's weight can vary from 345grams to 410 grams, and the MOI can increase close to three times that of a traditional blade putter, helping to keep the club from twisting during the stroke and at impact. Sounds like something Beman might have been happy to use during his playing career.

– E. Michael Johnson