Sacks Parente Golf Responds to Unprecedented Times with Unprecedented Pricing


Putter Company Significantly Lowering the Prices of all Sacks Parente Ultra-Low Balance Point
Putters for the Remainder of 2020

CAMARILLO, CA, April 20, 2020 – Sacks Parente Golf Company, builders of exceptional putting instruments that defy convention, announces it has significantly lowered the prices of all Sacks Parente putting instruments for the remainder of 2020.

“Due to the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 crisis, we have made the decision to discount the prices of all our putting instruments immediately,” said Tim Triplett, CEO of Sacks Parente Golf. “As we navigate these challenging times, we look forward to beating this virus and playing our favorite game with our favorite putter again soon.”

All Sacks Parente putter designs feature the company’s patented Ultra-Low Balance Point (ULBP) technology, which is defined as a balance point 5” or less from the sole of the putter. This balance point creates a natural putter release, squaring the head at impact, even in high stress situations. In addition, all SPG putters maximize MOI by combining the use of ultra-light weight alloys and high-density tungsten, to significantly move more weight from the center of the putter to the heel and toe. In fact, every Sacks Parente putter head has a higher MOI than most putters available today.

The Sacks Parente line of putters includes the Series 18 Cavity Back Flange Blade, the Series 66 Cavity Back Blade, the Series 39 True Blade and Series 54 Mid-Size and Large Mallet putters.

As part of the new pricing, the Series 18 and Series 66 putters are now discounted from $600 to $479 and the Series 39 and Series 54 putters are now discounted from $600 to $399.

Since its introduction in late 2018, the Sacks Parente putter technology has received tremendous response and interest from tour players and amateurs alike. In just a few short months, the putters were put in play on several tours including the PGA Tour Champions, Tour, and LPGA Tour.

According to PGA Professional and PGA Champions Tour player, Ken Duke, “2019 was my first year on the PGA Champions Tour. I was in 80th place in overall putting, and all I did was switch to a Sacks Parente Ultra-Low Balance Point putter. I finished the season in 3rd…a 77-place improvement. These putters are amazing, the ball rolls out so perfect, the accuracy, distance control…it’s game changing. For me these putters make the hole look like it’s a bucket. Your long putts will be easy, and your short ones will be automatic. If you want to change your game, stop three putting, and make more putts, you need to give the Ultra-Low Balance Point putters from Sacks Parente a try.”

All Sacks Parente putters can be customized with a choice of three ultra-lightweight shaft options: Graphite Composite, Tour, and Pro Tour X; three grips styles: flat, round and pistol; and five lengths: 33”, 33.5” 34”, 34.5” and 35”.

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About Sacks Parente Golf
Sacks Parente Golf Company was founded by Steve Sacks and Richard Parente, a legendary duo of golf professionals, who as entrepreneurs have founded, built and grown some of the best names in golf. They have advised, consulted and designed clubs for the who’s who of the industry over a combined 100+years. Sacks Parente Golf is based in Camarillo, California, in a facility designed with state-of-the-art robotics and analytic instruments to test and prove the science of putting. The company is backed by sophisticated and strategic investors from the USA and Japan. Sacks Parente Golf is an NXV company.


About Author

Glen Turk is a Wisconsin native who has been the Senior Writer/Editor of Midwest Golfing Magazine since 2006. Besides being an avid golfer, Glen enjoys traveling, music, and cheering on the finest professional sports team of all-time, the Green Bay Packers. Glen’s ultimate golf goal is to play in all fifty states and currently he is more than half way there. His other dream, albeit far-fetched, it to record an ace in all seven states of our distribution area. Thanks to an ace in Illinois in 2015, and one in Michigan in 2016, he has three down, four to go!

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