Callaway Portland H3 Putter Review
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The Callaway Portland H3 Putter retails for $399.99 (MSRP) and it’s designed by Toulon as a mid sized mallet featuring a crank neck H3 hosel and a toe hang, aimed at players who enjoy the feeling of a face rotating more in their stroke. The Portland H3 is a high end putter, beautifully designed, with impeccable craftsmanship, and its head is milled to perfection from a solid block of stainless steel, with every radius, curve and line being over engineered and painstakingly rendered. The Deep Diamond Mill face pattern is there, delivering amazing roll, together with extraordinary feel and sound, and keep in mind that the face of the putter alone takes forty minutes to mill.

The patented Deep Diamond Mill face features a contact patch at the center, which incorporates specially designed crosshatch grooves. These grooves form a pattern aimed at strategically channeling vibration, for promoting a very satisfying feel and sound. In order to reduce or increase head weight, the Portland H3 putter comes with interchangeable sole plates. You can install an aluminum sole plate, which makes for a total head weight of 350 grams, a stainless steel one (363 grams total) or a tungsten plate (383 grams). Add into the mix the choice of 2 counterbalance weighs via the Portland H3’s SuperStroke feature, which allows you to install a 25 grams/50 grams counterbalance plug into the butt end of the grip, and you’ll end up with various weight combos to customize the putter’s feel, thus fitting it perfectly to meet your unique demands and style of release, whether aggressive or moderate.