Ray Cook Golf Gyro Putter Review

Ray Cook Golf Gyro Putter

Last Updated on May 1, 2024 by Daniel

Ray Cook Golf Gyro Putter is the best putter on the market for anyone who wants to practice their putting. It is designed to be used with a pitching wedge, and it will allow you to improve your putting, all without the hassle of having to try and master the art of putting on a practice green.

The club even comes with a headcover to prevent it from getting damaged in your bag. Although some of the components felt cheap, there isn’t much to complain about.

This was most noticeable in the grip: the rubber felt low quality and prone to splitting or tearing at any moment. Still, it is a relatively minor issue. Most pro shops and golf stores will regrip a putter for under twenty bucks.

In addition, I noticed that the shaft felt a little fragile. Nevertheless, as long as you don’t test it against your knee (hey, we all lose our tempers on the course occasionally), you shouldn’t have any issues.

Ray Cook Golf Gyro Putter Features and Benefits

Here are some important features and benefits of this putter.

Design Concept

A nice feature of this putter is the design of the head itself. Designed specifically to make lining up putts as easy as possible, it features a mallet-style design. You can accomplish this by using a series of sightlines that show you exactly where to aim.

Furthermore, the putter has a ball-sized indentation on the back of the club that makes aiming and aligning the club easier.


In truth, many putters are sold with a headcover, so there’s no reason to overemphasize this inclusion. It is a pretty standard inclusion in high-end products from major manufacturers.

These off-brand clubs, however, don’t seem to have this problem. It is a good thing to have headcovers on hand since they are truly useful. Your clubs bang around quite a bit when you walk or ride around the course. With irons, it isn’t a big deal (they are strong and can take it), but with putters, it can spell disaster.

What’s the reason? Flat sticks are usually made of softer metals, so they show bumps and bruises more clearly. This is why headcovers are helpful.

White Finish

White finishes have been popular for a few years now. Initially, I wasn’t a huge fan. On the greens, I like to use a classic, very clean putter. But I have found that there are advantages to it as well.

Putters that are white stand out well on the green. Many players find that the contrast helps them focus better and make better putts. How does this work exactly? Not sure. A lot of people have had great success by simply changing the color of their putters. Strange, huh?

milled face

I liked the feeling of the club faces a lot. This putter is milled with textured steel for a soft, yet satisfying feel that you don’t normally find in putters in this price range. I found it to be quite similar to some of the more expensive putters I’ve used, like Ping or Never Compromise.

If you enjoy a good, solid feeling putter, you’ll really appreciate the experience this putter gives you.

What do people think of Ray Cook Golf Gyro Putter?

Ray Cook Golf Gyro Putter

To find out what players think of the clubs I review in their bags, I also like to check in with them regularly.

According to what I’ve heard, people have similar experiences with this putter to mine. These clubs surprise users with their solid feel and intelligent design.

Additionally, they noted that the components besides the head seemed a little cheap. Your local golf shop can help you fix that problem, however, by providing you with a new aftermarket grip.

Final thoughts

There you have it. We have reviewed the Ray Cook putter, and now it’s time for you to make your decision. What do you think? For most players looking for a mallet putter that’s affordable, feels great, and looks great, I think it’s going to be a great choice.

For the most part, the club’s shortcomings are small and in line with what one would expect from a club in this price range. In general, it’s a great club that leaves almost no room for complaint.

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