The Hackers Paradise Reviews Sierra 101 Line
When the folks at influential golf website The Hackers Paradise (THP) asked for a set of putters to review, we were more than happy to oblige. THP is one of the most respected sources for golf equipment reviews on the web, and their active community of forum members is one of the largest and most knowledgeable around. What THP says, people pay attention to.
Check out the full review here featuring in-depth analysis and fantastic photography by staff writer James Miles.
Here is an excerpt from the review:
The Sierra 101 is a very well balanced blade putter and the full shaft offset of the plumber’s neck makes it very comfortable for anyone used to a traditional blade setup. Through the stroke though is where it shines, and not just because of the insert. Sentio put a ton of emphasis on manipulating the weight in the head to up the MOI, and when combined with the unique groove pattern on the face, misses were met with very good distance and directional control.
Where the roll is concerned, the 304SS face cap does a great job of imparting a quick forward roll, but the density of the insert makes it feel as if there is still a lot of control/touch.
More comments from James from the THP forum:
As far as pure tech goes, this insert and face combo is really good. Much better feeling than my TFi 2135 Elevado which has a similar ideology behind the insert.
...the blade design itself is shockingly well done, its definitely different and unique so that the weight could be moved and the MOI effected, but it still sets up like a really clean PN blade.
This is honestly one of the better insert designs/premises that I have used, and I have used a fair few.