Review: Cleveland VP5 Mallet

Yes, it lacks the fancy-pants adjustable weights of its pricier brethren and looks cheap, but the VP5 is pure money. Here’s why: A bar drilled with three holes runs front-to-back through the horseshoe-shaped clubhead. If you hold the VP5 correctly at address, the openings should not be visible and your putt should roll straight and true. Cock the clubhead even a fraction of a degree and the circles become visible, indicating your shot is about to go akimbo.

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