Reverse Armlock?

That’s right! At Pinhawk Golf, we realized that while armlock putting is incredibly effective, for some it is uncomfortable. The Deadbolt Reverse Armlock putter was designed to anchor to your right arm for a more comfortable and confident stroke.

Pinhawk Deadbolt Reverse Armlock

There’s Nothing Like It

The Pinhawk Deadbolt uses Reverse Armlock Technology that is designed so the shaft of the putter is anchored to your dominant, more comfortable right arm. This gives you more control and consistency and does not feel awkward, so you will stick with it and make a smooth repeatable stroke every time. In fact it becomes comfortable and natural. In order to accomplish this, the Deadbolt is zero degrees of loft, which produces the perfect roll for the shaft lean that lead-arm anchoring produces.

As of now, there’s nothing like the Deadbolt on the market. It’s comfortable, it’s consistent, and you will make more putts with this level of control.


Pinhawk Deadbolt Putter

Lie 70°
Hosel Size 370
Head Weight (grams) 400
Options RH

Frequently Asked Questions:

The easiest way to find your armlock length would be to take your traditional putter, assume your comfortable, regular putting position, turn the butt end of the putter against your wrist area, and measure from the butt end of your traditional putter to approximately 2 inches below the crease of your elbow. Add this measurement to the length of your current putter. For example, if your traditional putter is 34” long, and you measure from the butt end of that putter to 2 inches below your elbow crease, and this measurement is 6”, your armlock putter length should be 40”. When you build the putter, if the butt end of your armlock putter is anywhere from 1” to 3” below your elbow crease in your normal putting position, you are good to go.

The Deadbolt is made of a soft 304 steel, CNC milled face, and finished off with a sharp sand blasted nickel chromium finish.

Yes! A sharp looking Pinhawk Deadbolt branded magnetic headcover is included.

Not at this time. In the future is a possibility.

No, as of right now, only Pinhawk Golf has a Reverse Armlock Putter available.