S7K Putter Review

S7K Putter Review

By Paul Liberatore

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Time to read 4 min

The SK7 putter is a standalone putter than can help golfers gain immediate feedback over how their putter is resting on the ground. Players may not know this but raising the toe off the surface of the ground (more upright) can actually cause the golf ball to travel further left – for the right handed golfer. 


Putters that are toe down (flatter) can send the golf ball to the right – right handed golfer again- without them meaning for it to. Both of these issues can be solved with having a putter that is the correct lie angle for your stroke and the SK7 putter may very well teach you this automatically.

Key Features

The SK7’s stand-alone balance allows golfers to read their putts with the putter already in position.

The SK7’s ability to almost set itself up can help golfers level out their lie angles and start the golf ball down a particular line.

The SK7 can stand by itself even on slopped lies where other self-balanced putters fail.

The SK7 putter is a standalone putter than can help golfers gain immediate feedback over how their putter is resting on the ground. Players may not know this but raising the toe off the surface of the ground (more upright) can actually cause the golf ball to travel further left – for the right handed golfer. 


Putters that are toe down (flatter) can send the golf ball to the right – right handed golfer again- without them meaning for it to. 


Both of these issues can be solved with having a putter that is the correct lie angle for your stroke and the SK7 putter may very well teach you this automatically.


Design and Technology

The Sk7 putter features an extremely low balance point to allow it to stand by itself. It is crafted from 431 stainless steel for an enhanced feel and look. Both the free-standing address and triple line path help golfers align their putts more effectively and putt with more confidence.

PROS

  • The SK7 free-standing feature does allow for golfers to get a better idea of where their club face is pointed from a new angle.
  • The ability to gain real-time feedback with the balanced lie angle of the SK7 can be valuable to almost every golfer.
  • The bold alignment lines of the SK7 may help some golfers with their path control.

CONS

  • The SK7 putter has a pronounced sound and feel that golfers may not fall in love with immediately.
  • The inability to get the SK7 adjusted and custom fit will be a non-starter for many players.
  • Golfers interested in the SK7 will have a limited ability to test it before buying it in Pro Shops and Retail golf stores.

Our Experience

The SK7 is a very unique product. Because the low balance point is in such an extreme place, it takes some getting used to. The free-standing feature is great if you struggle to line up your putts, but I believe golfers will benefit most from the instant feedback of the lie angle.


 Knowing that your putter is level can help you hit better putts and ultimately that is going to lead to many more golf balls going into the hole more often.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the S7K Putter Be Used by Left-Handed Golfers?

Yes, the S7K putter is designed for both right-handed and left-handed golfers. Its versatile design allows for optimal alignment and sinking putts, catering to the needs of players of all hand orientations.

How Does the S7K Putter Compare to Other Alignment-Fixing Putters on the Market?

The S7K putter technology excels in alignment, improving putting accuracy. Compared to other alignment-fixing putters, it offers left-handed compatibility and custom grip options. I’d recommend it for its exceptional feel and balance. Plus, it comes with maintenance accessories.

Are There Any Specific Drills or Tips for Using the S7K Putter to Improve Putting Accuracy?

Using the S7K putter, I’ve improved my putting accuracy by focusing on my putting stance and alignment. I’ve also worked on my putter grip to ensure stroke consistency, which has made a significant difference.

Can the Grip of the S7K Putter Be Customized or Replaced to Better Suit the User’s Preference?

Yes, the grip of the S7K putter can be customized or replaced to better suit your preference. There are various replacement options available, allowing you to tailor the grip to your specific needs for improved performance.

Does the S7K Putter Come With Any Additional Accessories or Tools for Maintenance and Care?

I’ve never seen such a comprehensive set of cleaning tools and maintenance accessories! Plus, the left-handed compatibility and user customization options make the S7K putter truly stand out for personalized care and performance.

Conclusion

The S7K putter offers some unique features at an affordable price point. For $179, you get a putter that can stand on its own, allowing you to easily check your alignment before taking your stance. This can be beneficial for some golfers, but it's important to consider the potential impact on pace of play and the need to adjust your concept of accurate aim.


The putter also has an unusual weighting, with a very light shaft and grip, which may take some time to get used to. The onset design, where the putter face is in front of the shaft, provides a toe hang that feels more like a typical Anser putter.

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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