I realize sound (and feel) are personal to every golfer. What sounds good to one person will not sound good to another.

With this in mind, those with a Moment mallet putter, can you try and translate the sound for me when you strike a putt? Being aluminum, I’d assume it would be a very high pitched “ting” type sound versus a more “thud” like sound that solid steel might produce.

I’m really interested in building a Moment X, but the aluminum and subsequent sound are giving me pause.

Michael-CCLGolf Answered question April 2, 2024

I would describe the feel as very similar to a milled steel putter. The sound is a higher pitched milled putter but it’s not very loud at all.