These putters are the latest in the high end of the Cleveland Golf Putters lines. Their particular unique feature is a set of exchangeable weights that offer the golfer the opportunity to customize the clubs and account for different conditions or to compensate for certain tendencies in his or her putter stroke. That is, if a golfer tends to hit putts short, more weight can be added to have the ball travel further with the same stroke. One can adjust for fast or slow greens in the same manner, or for greens of different types of grass that roll differently. Mallet putters possess a similar face design to blade putters, but the head body extends back several inches to move the center of gravity back and down. By placing a great deal of weight at the heel and toe of the club face, mallet putters allow you to hit a solidly straight putt every time, even if you are off-center when you contact the ball. They are of a similar length to blade putters, and most mallets still have the shaft connected to the hosel near the heel of the club. You Might Also Like Putting Style If patients can tolerate padding in their shoes and occasional trimming of their corns, conservative care of the deformity can provide a long-term result. It is likely that decreasing such pressures will decrease symptoms and hammer toes can become quite manageable conservatively! If all conservative treatments fail and you are ready to consent for a surgical approach to fixing your hammer, mallet or claw toe, your Podiatrist can certainly recommend something that will reduce pain and pressures. Next week we will discuss the surgical options for treating your deformity including what to expect after surgical correction. Hammer toes form sometimes due a structural abnormality in the feet, but more often they are caused by improper footwear. For example, women who wear high heels very frequently diagnosed with this problem. Extra pressure is applied to the toes causing them to deform and distort. There are different toe straightening devices which can be used to cure the condition and a change of footwear may be all that is required to see the deformity correct itself. Ingrown toenails occur when the skin of the toe grows over the sides of the toenail. This causes the toenail to irritate the skin and severely ingrown toenails can be sore and painful. The Imola traditional is yet another blade inspired design, nevertheless it has smoother lines compared to much more abrupt styles of your Siena. TaylorMade Burner 2.0 it's got very very much identical features, which includes enhanced MOI from much more excess fat with the your back heel and toe areas, the AGSI insert, also it also is developed from 304 stainless metal which has a dark finish. Calluses are thickened parts of the skin that has grown broadly like a mound with no distinctive borders. They do not hurt, but can embarrassingly look funny because they are either yellow or grayish in color and sometimes scaly. Hammertoes are a common condition that is treated by podiatrists. When discussing hammertoes, it is important to discuss exactly which joints of the toes are affected, and how they are misaligned. The picture above depicts the three classic types of hammer digits, each of which has an effect on one or more of the three joints of the little toes on the foot. Hammertoes may also result from wearing high heels. A hammertoe develops due to a constricted shoe toebox pushing the smaller toes into a bent position at the middle joint and the muscles in these toes become incapable of straightening, even when not wearing shoes. The best treatment for corns is to pad them with moleskin, wear loose fitting shoes and have a good podiatrist examine your foot. The podiatrist will take an x-ray and you will immediately see how the bone is causing the painful corn or corns. From there, the doctor will explain the treatment options for the corn. In claw toe, all three of the joints of the lesser digits are affected. The metatarsophalangeal joint, the joint that connects the toe to the forefoot, is deviated upwards, while the two interphalangeal joints are deviated downwards. This creates a claw-like appearance, as is seen in the bottom diagram of the drawing.