Model Overview

Learn about the features of each putter model. 

 

 

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D'Arcy model

Collaborating with John Ashworth and his Linksoul company, this putter reflects our shared appreciation of golf's heritage.

This Kronos redesign was inspired by mid-century blade putter design. More art than science, many of its features are rarely seen today such as the long neck, flangeless back, and two inch ferrule. Striving to keep its character but improve on the craftsmanship, we milled the putter from solid billet steel. Signature Compass Scored face, three plane sole, and sharp precision milling make this putter unmistakably a Kronos.

Features

  • Linksoul by John Ashworth collaboration
  • Toe down
  • Vintage Design

 

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Anchor Model

The Anchor model putter is very similar to the bully's eye shape putters, but it was not based on the bully's eye putter shape at all. The overall profile of the putter is similar to Ben Hogan's "His Own" model. However, we have made two very significant change. We changed the putter face to include a step that allows us to have sight line notches that indicate the center of gravity. The second and more significant change is the neck placement which allows the putter to be spin balanced or dynamically balanced. This means the putter is not biased to having toe hang or being faced balanced. This allows you to swing more freely. 

Features

  • Dynamically Balanced - toe hang free
  • Vintage Design
  • Lefty or Righty

 

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Kampe Model

The Kampe model is our first neo mallet style design. We took the profile of a high moment of inertia (MOI) and flipped it upside down. Most high MOI style putters have a very low center of gravity which pops the ball up with slight backspin making the ball check slightly before it begins to roll potentially throwing it offline. Our unique design takes the mass from the bottom of the putter and places it higher raising the center of gravity allowing the ball to start rolling with top spin earlier after contact. This helps the ball track online. 

Features

  • Face Balanced
  • Neo Mallet Design
  • High Center of Gravity

 

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Touch Model

A classic design with a Kronos twist. Design and materials pay homage to 1900s. Unlike its predecessors and contemporaries, this putter showcases highly precise milling. Minimal finishing is required. The sharp lines and mill marks tell the story of the club's crafting. Milling from a single piece of stainless steel is particularly labor and materials intensive but necessary to create a seamless piece. A thick topline provides solid feel upon impact. 

Features

  • Solid feel and feedback
  • 5 O'clock toe hang
  • Classic shape

 

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Metronome model

A classic mallet revived. Each shaft is hand bent to ensure precise face-balance, preferred by many of those with straight-back, straight-through stroke path. Slightly heavier weighting, at 365 grams, aids with stability. Our precision milling is once again showcased by swirling mill marks and our signature sharp top line. The Compass Scored™ face features additional micro scores to soften feel and increase texture.

Features

  • Face Balanced
  • Mid-mallet 
  • Easy alignment

 

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Mandala model

The Mandala presents an innovation in classic putter design. The view from address maintains a classic D-shaped silhouette. Almost every other view reveals the unique Swan Tail flange. This sweeping reverse taper moves mass deeper in the club, encouraging continued acceleration through the putt. The undercut notch on the leading edge of the neck allows for a better view of the ball on this true center-shafted putter.

Features

  • Center Shafted
  • Face Balanced
  • Easy address

 

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Release model

The Release model stands tall as the preferred tool of craftsmen who believe in the importance of a proper release on impact -- not just in the long ball, but in their short game, too. This long neck putter was designed with a full shaft offset and a slight toe hang. In addition, although this putter may look like an ordinary long neck putter, the design has been altered to achieve a sweet spot that is directly in line with the sight line. All of this leads to an intentional design result: a nearly-face-balanced putter that rests just shy of a 3:00 o'clock balance. To those of you who believe that a blade putter should not be played like a mallet, your voice has been heard.

Features

  • Long Neck
  • Low toe hang
  • High Center of Gravity