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Fancy a new putter? Check out the new 'Vault 002' range from RIFE
by Carly Frost
May 23, 2014

Rife Putters has released a new line of performance driven putters Vault 002.

The new range combines performance driven design, Rife's patented Roll Groove technology and a pristine PVD black finish, producing a range of putters that roll beautifully on the green and look beautiful to the eye.

Roll Groove technology uses precisely spaced milled grooves that allow the putter to gently press into the cover of the ball, gripping and lifting it into an instant forward roll. Every putter in the Rife range incorporates Roll Groove face technology along with a reduced loft face that ensures the ball is gripped, not chipped.

With the introduction of three new models for the start of summer there is a Rife design to suit every golfer's eye and with the benefit of a quick true roll on the green Rife Putters will suit every golfer's game.


The smooth lined RIFE Duke is a heel / toe weighted blade putter with strong perimeter weighting, goose neck hosel and half shaft offset. The Duke will appeal to the more traditional eye and breed confidence with its alignment line. Price: £99.99

RIFE Major

The RIFE Major is a mid-mallet putter with a flare neck hosel and a half shaft off set. The perimeter weighting on this mid-mallet bevels down steeply and with a filled top line, features a great T for alignment. Price: £99.99

RIFE General

The RIFE General is a new symmetrical mallet which features wings that feedback for great stability and alignment. The three sight lines and a paint filled top line make this model a breeze to line up. Price: £99.99

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