Who says a $69 putter can’t deliver the goods? After all, PGA Tour pro Jerry Kelly recently bought a Cleveland Classic putter at retail and stuck it in his tournament bag, so that should tell you something about the playability of this inexpensive flatstick.
The pure, buttery feel of this putter holds its own against many putters costing two or even three times as much. True to its name, the Cleveland Classic 1 putter boasts a classic look, opting for class over flash.
The stock grip and head cover feel a bit cheap, but then again, a $69 putter has to cut a few corners somewhere, right?
Who’s It For?
Golfers with a slight arcing stroke seeking rock-solid performance and classic looks on a shoestring budget.
Simply put, the Cleveland Classic 1 is a screaming deal.
Street Price: $69
Head Weight: 340 grams
Lie Angle: 70 degrees
Loft: 3 degrees
Length: 33 to 35 inches
Toe Hang: Half past 4 o’clock
Material: 17-4 Stainless Steel
Included Accessories: Head Cover
For more information on this putter, read PutterZone.com’s Cleveland Classic 1 putter review.