Review: Wilson Infinite 2024 Putters make alignment easy

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By James Tait Published: 27 March 2024
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Top quality putters from Wilson that don't break the bank

Who are they for?

Golfers looking for a quality putter that can help them with alignment on the greens

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PROS

  • Something for everyone with nine models to choose from ranging from blade to mallet designs
  • New Pistol Karakal flat-sided grip stops the wrists from being over active through the stroke
  • The Activation Parallel Alignment Lines technology helps golfers hit their target line

CONS

  • The crisp and solid feel may not appeal to those who like a softer insert

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Wilson Staff Infinite Putters review

Wilson has released their second generation of Infinite putters and they look awesome. With visuals to help alignment and a great feel off a double-milled face, you are spoilt for choice with nine models to choose from.

The First Look

One thing that stands out is the alignment lines on these putters. They all have three white lines which help you to get the ball started on your intended line. These have a great matte black finish which gives it a great premium look, while the name of the putter model is in silver and white. The face also has matte black finish with the Wilson badge sitting towards the heel in white, which looks really smart.

Wilson Infinite Putters new alignment design will get you hit putts right on track |

The Wilson Infinite Putter Buckingham is a high MOI design |

Wilson Infinite Putter The Bean is one of the mallet designs on offer. |

Wilson Infinite Putter Grant Park is mini mid mallet design. |

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The Tech

Here’s what Wilson has to say about the tech in their latest putters.

Each of the nine different models in the Infinite range features Activation Parallel Alignment Lines technology, designed to help golfers hit a target line with ease and deliver truer strikes and a more consistent stroke. It has a thicker middle line, accompanied by two thinner lines either side, helping you to giving more confidence at address.

The face on each putter has a double-milled face pattern which ensures consistent feel, roll and distance control regardless of the strike location, while the two-tone PVD anti-glare finish helps frame the ball perfectly. The new midsize Pistol Karakal flat-sided grip features enhanced Spyne technology, multi-zone texturing and a no-taper shape to minimise hand and wrist rotation for a smooth, balanced putting stroke. The grip also features new Infinite and Wilson branding along with the new shield outline on the face.

“The new Infinite range serves the needs of golfers who struggle with alignment and we’re confident that players will be drawn to the new look and feel, with multiple options to cater to varying preferences in putter shape and hosel style.” – Bob Thurman, Global General Manager of Golf and Vice President of Research & Development at Wilson.

The bunkered Verdict

After hitting a fair few putts with the new Wilson Infinite Southside model, I’m a big fan for a number of reasons.

The new grip, which has no taper, allows you to hit each putt with a smooth stroke every time, taking out the rotation in the hands. Not only that, but the the sound and feel is solid, and the ball doesn’t jump too quickly off the face which allows you to be a bit more aggressive on more makeable putts.

When I’m standing over the ball with the Southside model, which is centre shafted, it frames the ball nicely, with the matte black anti glare finish and the three alignment lines. I found alignment wise I was rolling putts straight down my target line and as someone who hits a lot of pulls on the greens, my misses were more down to mis-reads rather than poor strokes. That’s a big positive.

Lastly the names of each putter is pretty cool, they follow the Wilson Golf tradition of being named after landmarks and neighbourhoods in the brand’s home city of Chicago, Illinois. There’s a lot to like about these putters and especially the price point, definitely a must try with nine models to choose from.

Details

Available: March, 2024

RRP: £140

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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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