Cure Classic CX2 Putter Review: ClubTest 2016

May 17, 2016



CATEGORY: Blade Putters
PRICE: $300
WE TESTED: 34″, 35″ lengths
KEY TECHNOLOGIES: Six removable screws allow you to adjust headweight between 342 and 384 grams.


DISTANCE CONTROL: Heel or toe contact won’t lose much speed; solid strokes are rewarded with a true roll; testers are most impressed from short range — six feet and in can be automatic.
FEEL: A surprisingly gentle giant at impact; center putts come off with a light ping, while mis-hits are slightly louder with a modicum of feedback; testers like that you can adjust the headweight to find your ideal feel.
LOOK: Screws in the back of the oversize head give it a high-tech look; testers are comfortable with both the satin finish and the non-glare black one; it has a milled face and simple, single sightline.


It might take time to adjust to the large head, and some testers never do; a few guys have a difficult time making consistent strokes; others expect more forgiveness out of the big guy.

BOTTOM LINE: The Cure CX2 is a forgiving putter that’s blessedly easy to align. It will appeal to players who struggle with the short ones. Plus, the half-dozen weight ports in the rear of the club make it a real find for fiddlers who want to dial in an ideal feel.



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