Equipment

Cleveland Classic Series Putters

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Cleveland Classic Blade 4 Putter

From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, April 2010)

Classic 4
Category: Blade Putters

We tested: 34", 35" shaft length

Company line: "The 17-4 stainless steel head features a hand-polished satin finish that minimizes glare. The precision-milled face provides a soft yet solid feel. Increased MOI limits unwanted twisting on off-center hits."

Our Testers say:
PROS: Nothing flashy here, but it performs fine; easy to use because feel and look are so familiar; soft click and immediate feedback signals a well-struck putt, and there's enough sensation on misses to promote stroke correction; offers adequate help for distance and direction.

CONS: Some testers find the clubhead to be a little light through the stroke; no special bells or whistles to roll the ball tighter or straighter; basic putter that looks ordinary; a bit more roll than anticipated on misses.

$70, clevelandgolf.com

From The Shop blog (Janaury 2009)
If you are in the market for a new putter but need to watch your pennies, be sure to check out the Cleveland Classic series. All three designs are reassuringly familiar, if not particularly original.
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