The Chamber Putter program is my second foray into a new putter company with my long time golf industry friend Vikash Sanyal. V was on the ground floor of Odyssey putters and launched Never Compromise. After a hiatus from the golf industry he approached me to develop three generations of Happy Putters under the Brainstorm Golf name. This latest project has been targeted towards the Japanese and Korean markets. It is called the Chamber putter.
What makes this putter unique is that the body gains its strength from carbon fiber. While carbon fiber (aka 'graphite') is widely used in golf it does not have much of a presence in putter construction. The carbon fiber is injection molded to form a traditional mallet body but is a fraction of the weight compared to a metal body.
There are two large chambers located in the heel and toe of the sole. Both chambers are densely filled with tungsten bound by rubber. This leads to 90% of the Chamber putter's weight distributed away from the face; towards the heel and toe. This weight distribution leads to a very high MOI and great stability on off-center impacts.
There are adjustable heel and toe weights available in both aluminum and tungsten to help alter swing weight and weight distribution within the head.
A nylon face imparts a very soft feel and sound while the groove technology impart an over-spin to the ball more efficiently than a non-grooved face.