Iconic brand Zebra has made a comeback with four new putters.
First introduced in 1976, the Zebra putter was ahead of its time with its mallet-shaped head, adjustable weight system and unique black-and-white stripe alignment aid. Ray Floyd used one of the very first Zebra putters to win the Masters in 1976, while 18 years later Zimbabwe’s Nick Price captured the Claret Jug at Turnberry with a Zebra putter in his bag.
The four new head shapes – a rounded mallet (AIT 1), a fang (AIT 2), high-MOI flange (AIT 3), and a wide-bodied blade (AIT 4) – aim to provide a reliable setup for every putting stroke and every type of golfer. In addition to the striped alignment system, each model also features a grooved face insert and adjustable weights.