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
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.