Introducing THE



This timeless classic is known for its sleek flowing hosel design – one of the most difficult to design and mill and of critical importance in creating a proper tribute. Countless hours were spent designing and several prototypes were produced to get it just right. In the end, the graceful curves of the neck literally melt into the heel of the head.

The hosel is perhaps best viewed from behind. From this view you will notice the way it blends into the back of the heel. You will also see the undercut milled under the top line that blends into the back flange of the head. Again – difficult to machine – but part of the charm of this iconic design.

But Latrobe isn’t just about making a beautiful putter. It’s about modernizing the performance of this incredible piece without altering its shape. 

When this design was created in 1964 green speeds were much slower than they are today. As green speeds have substantially quickened, putter head weights have become progressively heavier.

Today standard head weights are over 350 grams and trending heavier. When the original 8802 was designed the weight was around 310 grams, making the original designs less playable for today’s golf courses.

To make this design perform for today we milled the sole plate out of high-density tungsten – more than two times heavier than steel. This allows us to maintain the integrity of the original shape while increasing the head weight to 355 grams. Small Batch Latrobe is as playable as it is collectible.

The watermarked engraved crowns on the sole pay tribute to the seven major championships won by Latrobe’s most famous user.


  • Material –904L Stainless Steel
  • Face Mill – Fine Double Fly Cut
  • Finish – Frosted Brilliant Black
  • Grip – Toulon Pistol Black and Charcoal
  • Shaft – Chrome Stepless Flared Tip Steel
  • Headcover – Small Batch Leather
  • Head Weight – 355 g
  • Toe Hang – 70°
  • Loft – 3°
  • Lie – 70°