This year saw Mizuno double the size of its M.Craft putter line with the release of three new flatsticks – M.Crafts IV, V and VI. Each one is forged from premium 1025 mild carbon steel and then milled with the goal of creating the most precise shape and alignment possible. But they all have different shapes.
The M.Craft IV is a slant-neck, deep, square-back putter with moderate toe hang to suit players with a moderate putting arc. As for the M.Craft V, it is described by company officials as a slant-neck, toe-heel, deep mallet with maximum toe hang and best fits a player with a strongly arcing stroke. And the M.Craft VI is a face-balanced wing mallet endowed with slightly more weight and stability for those golfers who possess a “straight back and through” style.
All are available in a variety of finishes: classic white satin, “bold” blue ion and “intense” black ion. They also come with a KBS Tour shaft and a Lamkin Deep-Etched Full-Cord blue grip.