Bel-Air and Malibu series each include descending loft face technology
BEVERLY HILLS, California — LA GOLF has introduced the most technologically advanced putter ever made into stores nationwide.
A year after entering the category, LA GOLF doubled down, launching its next generation of carbon putters, the “Bel-Air” and “Malibu” series, each featuring descending loft face technology, the P-Series anti-vibration shaft (typically $400 just for the shaft), and the largest sweet spot on the market at just under 7,000 MOI (previously the largest sweet spot on the market was around 5,000 MOI), all for only $499.
“Every putter on the market has a steel head, flat face, and a tiny sweet spot, and now you have an alternative that addresses all of those flaws,” said Reed Dickens, Founder & CEO of LA GOLF.
“This is the most technology ever put in a putter,” Bryson DeChambeau, LA GOLF Partner agreed, “and it rolls the ball perfectly.”
LA GOLF’s blades (Bel-Air/Bel-Air X) and mallets (Malibu/Malibu X) are offered in a matte carbon at $499 or forged carbon at $599.
By using an all-carbon construction, a material 5x less dense than solid steel, this allows for a much larger area of forgiveness for off-center hits, mixed with their patented Descending Loft Face technology which features four descending degrees of loft that solve for consistency with launch angles and yields more predictable rolls.
LA GOLF’s Bel-Air and Malibu series are both available now for pre-sale at LAGOLF.CO.