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Croquet Poll: 2017 Most Popular Croquet Mallet

Welcome to our Third Annual Croquet Network Most Popular Mallet Poll. This has quickly proven to be the most popular annual feature on Croquet Network and with this 2017 edition we are anxious to see if RPM Mallets can register a third straight win (2016 Poll, December 2014 Poll). Of course, it should be recognized that this is a popularity contest and the reality is there is a long list of great mallet makers out there. This is a great opportunity for players to support their favorites.

In addition, we will follow up with a comprehesive mallet directory based on the results in February (2016 Mallet Directory).

This year, we'll keep the poll open through January 31, 2017. Users can vote for up to three mallets, so choose your three favorites. The idea is that many players own multiple mallets. Good luck and please report any omissions or corrections in the comments.

The results are in ... see more details on the winners here: 2017 Croquet Network Mallet Directory

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Reader Comments (5)

To clarify for some of our "Other" voters, the Dave Spivey Palm Beach Mallets are listed as Palm Beach Mallet Works.

January 21, 2017 | Registered CommenterDylan

I have recently bought one of Peter Coles (PFC) mallets, and i absolutely love it. I call it my "magic mallet" as i manage some unbelievable shots at times...

January 22, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJan Sampson

The WoodRanch HORUS mallet is the only mallet designed specifically for Golf Croquet. Derived from Egyptian style mallets, it now comes with a carbon fiber shaft

January 23, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMichael Rumbin

David Spivey of Palm Beach Mallet Works puts out a first rate croquet mallet. I couldn't be happier!

January 23, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterTim McCormick

The Peter Coles Mallet I bought last year is proving to be by far the best mallet I have had and I have tried a few in my time.

January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterFrank (RFF) Hughes

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