HUNT­ING­TON BEACH PUT­TERS

KEY TECH Deep-milled face de­liv­ers soft feel and smooth roll Golfers seek­ing a milled feel with­out the premium price HOW MUCH £89 AIMED AT

Golf Monthly - - Gm Promotion -

Cleve­land might be best known for its wedges, but its new line of Hunt­ing­ton Beach put­ters is sure to turn a few heads.

The col­lec­tion is named af­ter the lo­ca­tion of Cleve­land’s Amer­i­can head­quar­ters, and the com­pany says the line of­fers the per­fect com­bi­na­tion of per­for­mance and value.

The clas­sic-look­ing range is made up of three de­signs: the 1, 4 and 6. The 1 is a clas­sic plumber’s neck blade and the 4 is sim­i­lar, but with sharper an­gles for golfers who pre­fer a squarer look at ad­dress.

The 6 is the largest of the three, and is a mid–mal­let that will suit those look­ing for a lit­tle for­give­ness. It has a series of lines run­ning across its head from front to back to im­prove align­ment over the ball. Each of the three fea­ture a pre­ci­sion-milled face for a softer feel as the ball comes off the soft 304 stain­less steel. The milled faces have a coarse, di­a­mond-shaped pat­tern, with a deeper milling used to in­crease fric­tion with the ball at im­pact to im­part a con­sis­tent roll. The Hunt­ing­ton Beach col­lec­tion also sees Cleve­land team­ing up with Lamkin to of­fer a clas­sic smooth-sur­face grip, and with Winn to cre­ate an over­sized op­tion. All three mod­els will cost £89.

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