They came carrying putters from all the big brands.
Odyssey. Ping. Scotty Cameron. TaylorMade.
Some were quite happy with their flat-sticks, including one who hadn’t changed putters in 18 years and another proudly holding a 43-year-old classic.
Others were wide open to something different – anything to change their fortunes on the greens.
Yet all of them left with one thing in common:
… Let alone used.
“As soon as you hit the ball you realize there’s something magical going on,” marveled Scott Kerbaugh, a 20 handicapper who’d been “gaming” the same TaylorMade putter for about eight years.
“This definitely is going in my bag, and the other one is going on the bench,” said 16 handicap Jihan Cottrell, whose “other one” was a TaylorMade he’s wielded for the past five years.
Michael Croft, a 12 handicap, put his feelings in the simplest terms:
So in love that his trusty Odyssey appeared headed for the recycling bin.
These three golfers, and seven others, were in the lucky group gathered to test a new putter against their own.
And what was it that led them to make an often-difficult putter switch... after a single short practice session?
I’ll share some specifics in a moment.
First, a brief introduction.
I’m Blair O’Neal, frequent TV host and former professional golfer.
The putter I’m about to show you is actually Version 2.0 of a revolutionary club that came out in 2018.
That was the Pyramid Putter, whose groundbreaking “Limited Dispersion Grooves” gently guide miss-hit putts back toward the cup.
The original Pyramid Putter has helped tens of thousands of amateur golfers cut down their three-putts, hole out more often from all over the green and markedly lower their scores.
No matter how good a product is, though, it can always be improved.
And that’s exactly what Matt Stephens, designer of the Pyramid Putter, set out to do.
He wasn’t looking to reinvent the wheel, of course.
The original Pyramid’s putt-correcting grooves weren’t going anywhere.
Neither was its brilliant alignment guide, which gets both the putter face and your eyes set up right on the money.
Thanks to these two features, the Pyramid Putter was prized for its deadly accuracy.
So what could be improved?
With an assist from highly regarded club designer Josh Boggs, winner of multiple Golf Digest “Hot List” Awards, Stephens identified three key areas:
3Feel & sound
Then they put their heads together and came up with ways to perfect the Pyramid Putter in those departments – without sacrificing its line-hugging precision.
The final product is the putter that generated such a buzz among the test group, earning comments like…
I’m thrilled to introduce:
I have to be honest: I didn’t think it was possible to improve on the original Pyramid.
I’m happy to admit, I was wrong.
Watching the testing session, it was obvious the iCOR was even better than its legendary predecessor.
Here’s how it worked:
The 10 amateur golfers, whose handicaps ranged from 7 to 20, hit three putts each from three distances – 10 feet, 20 feet and 30 feet – with the Pyramid iCOR and with their own putter.
Remember, the competition was a “who’s who” of putter brands – including some that cost several hundred dollars.
Plus, the golfers were quite familiar with their own clubs – in most cases, they’d used the same putter for many years.
All things considered, the deck was pretty much stacked against the Pyramid iCOR.
And yet, to everyone’s surprise:
Yep. Every… single… distance.
Not only did the group post more than twice as many one-putts with the iCOR (9 makes vs. 4 with their own putters), their average distance from the hole was 35% closer using the Pyramid.
Afterward, they gushed about the putter they’d just tried for the first time.
“This new Pyramid iCOR is a very forgiving, very good putter,” said Joe Epps, a 19 handicapper who made all three of his attempts from 10 feet with the iCOR. “This is the putter I want to take home and win money with, beat my friend.”
“The first two putts that I hit (with the Pyramid iCOR) actually went in, so I thought I was getting lucky. Then the next ones I miss-hit a little bit and they started to go back toward the hole. Then I thought, OK, something’s going on here. That’s when I found out a little bit about the technology.”
– Scott Kerbaugh, 20 handicap
Clearly, the new Pyramid iCOR Putter is a winner, earning high marks for its:
Uncanny accuracy, even on miss-hits
Superior distance control on putts of varying lengths
Ease of use in lining up with the target
Exquisite feel off the face
Appealing look in both blade and mallet models
Of course, there are lots of excellent putters out there.
What pushes the iCOR’s performance past even the most heralded flat-sticks money can buy?
Five unique features, which we’ll dive into now.
A face insert, made from aircraft-grade aluminum, with three sets of grooves: One running horizontally across the center, one angled diagonally toward the toe and one angled diagonally toward the heel.
In short, these grooves make the Pyramid Putter unlike any other by literally correcting your miss-hits.
If you strike the toe of a standard putter, the blade opens ever so slightly and causes a push. Hit the heel and the blade closes, causing a pull.
The Pyramid iCOR solves this common problem.
The angled grooves impart a small but significant amount of correcting sidespin on off-center strikes.
And when you do hit the sweet spot, the horizontal grooves give the ball topspin – so there’s no skidding or bouncing as it tracks the hole.
The consistent roll means you’ll come up short far less often, and your long-range speed control will improve, too.
“With the Pyramid iCOR I did have a couple miss-hits, and I have to say that I was amazed where I ended up. Because usually in that situation I will be three-putting or having a chance to. I knew that I blew it. But when I looked up, it was tracking back to the hole and I had maybe a foot left for a gimme.”
– Jihan Cottrell, 16 handicap
Proprietary material added to the heel and toe areas of the iCOR Putter’s face.
Basically, this compound raises the Coefficient of Restitution (COR) across the putter – and a higher COR means less energy loss on miss-hits.
Put another way: The Pyramid iCOR’s insert is one gigantic sweet spot.
That’s why we call this material “Speed Correcting Compound” – because it ensures that your off-center strikes will roll almost as far as your solid ones.
By “almost as far,” we mean within inches… if not fractions of an inch.
As a bonus, this feature gives the Pyramid iCOR a uniquely pure feel.
The Pyramid iCOR putter weighs 395 grams, about 50 grams more than average.
A couple of things, actually.
1 A heavier head keeps your “small muscles” (fingers, hands, wrists) from controlling the putter while engaging the arms and shoulders – exactly what you need for a sound, repeatable pendulum-type stroke.
If you tend to get “handsy” on the greens – especially over 3- to 5-foot knee-knockers – this extra weight could cure your yips, just like that.
2 More weight in the head creates a steadier, smoother stroke path. And the head is less likely to twist off-line on a miss-hit.
Paired with the iCOR’s auto-correcting grooves, its Stability Weighting keeps even your poorest putts headed toward the hole.
“I like a heavy putter, and the weight of the Pyramid iCOR Putter was perfect. The Pyramid has tremendous speed control. Even in the first nine putts, I had no idea what the speed of the green was. I just took a guess and hit it, and the iCOR putter just laid it right out towards the hole.”
A series of grooves in the form of a pyramid on the putter’s top line, plus a single line in the putter’s cavity.
Most putters have an aiming guide that helps you line up the blade with your target.
The Pyramid iCOR features just such a line – but goes a step farther by helping you set up with your eyes directly over the ball.
That’s a huge key to stroking putts right where you want them.
Any teacher will tell you that if you get your eyes too far inside the ball, you’re likely to push the putt. Too far outside and you’re looking at a pull.
Get your eyes directly on top of the ball, though, and you greatly increase your chances of holing out. As you can see in this graphic, that’s exactly what the Pyramid helps you do.
A Eyes inside target line, miss to the right.
B Perfect Putting Position – Eyes Over the Ball.
C Eyes outside target line, miss to the left.
The Pyramid iCOR’s alignment guide offers one more benefit:
It helps you match the ball precisely with the sweet spot, enhancing your accuracy and distance control.
With your eyes over the ball, you can easily tell if it’s directly aligned with the center of the face.
The Pyramid Putter’s grip is uniform in diameter from top to bottom, with a proprietary silicone surface texture.
The iCOR’s grip, which is larger than standard, promotes light yet steady hand pressure while limiting wrist movement. Like the heavier head, this puts the arms and shoulders in command.
Result: A smooth, consistent pendulum stroke – just like the pros.
"I love the grip! It felt really good in my hands. I love the alignment tool on top of the Pyramid Putter. It shows me if I'm too low or too high. It gives me real confidence that the line that I'm aiming to is correct. It's easier to make a stroke when you are properly aligned. Whether I hit it on the toe, the heel or in the middle, all the putts went the same distance. It just feels solid."
– Tim Case, 1.4 handicap
As our test golfers showed, it takes no time at all to start draining putts with the Pyramid iCOR.
But we’re still giving you a full 30 days to see what it can do for your game.
We encourage you to track your putting stats with the iCOR and compare them against your current putter’s recent results.
Or try the 10 – 20 – 30 challenge we gave the test golfers.
On the practice green, strike some putts on the toe and heel with your current putter and mark where they end up.
Then, do the same with the Pyramid iCOR.
We’re absolutely, positively certain which putter will come out on top – in every single comparison.
The Pyramid iCOR.
And if it doesn’t?
Send it back, and we’ll respond with a full product refund.
No questions asked.
Now, it’s possible you’re perfectly pleased with the putter you’re using today.
You may have reached this page with no intention of replacing the old standby.
Well, Greg Battisti felt the same way when he showed up with his faithful Ping – the same putter he’d been using for 18 years.
“I’m one of those guys that won’t switch putters,” he acknowledged.
But a funny thing happened when Greg tried the Pyramid iCOR.
He fell in love.
“Honestly, I am gonna put this putter in my bag,” he beamed at day’s end. “My other one’s probably gonna be in timeout.”
Now if you’re convinced, as I am, that it will help you:
Then your next move is simpler than a 2-inch putt.
Order your Pyramid Putter below – and say hello to more fun on the course.
"I bought one last week. Four rounds in I believe this putter has made a big difference in my game."
– Jayme Baker
“Definitely impressed. First time (using the Pyramid) today, only a dozen practice putts and only had 25 putts… lag putts were awesome… feels great even when I didn't think I hit good. Finally broke par on a regular course I've been playing on for 20 years, putter definitely had a lot to do with it! Thanks Pyramid.”
– Curtis Jp Larraux
"Just got one. Am a 12 handicap and shot a 77. Missed one 3 – 5-footer because of speed. All were on line. So far so good!!!!"
– Del Blankenhagen
"I have been a good putter all my life, (making) 9 out of 10 3-footers, probably half the 6-footers and once in a while or better yet: 1 out of 10 12-footers. Never anything over 15 feet. The reason I bought the Pyramid was that I was starting to miss some of the 3’s and almost all the sixes and anything over that – forget it!
"The moment I got the Pyramid I started making everything! I had a club match 3 days after its arrival and sunk three 20 – 25 (foot) putts and everything inside of 15 feet. The opponent was so angry that after I closed him out all he could complain about was how I didn’t miss a putt!
"All I do is I'd aim the center of the club at the center of the hole: if it’s up or downhill, the gear effect takes over and BANG! all they do is disappear.”
– Larry Blevins