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Exclusive: Cleveland BRZ Putters

Cleveland BRZ Putter

Cleveland Golf is set to rock the bargain putter world with its new Cleveland BRZ putters, which are some of the coolest looking sticks we’ve ever seen under $100.

PutterZone.com now presents an exclusive first look at these bronze beauties, which will be released on March 1 at a street price of $89.

In the words of Cleveland Golf, “Inspired by the classics and crafted for performance, these classic putters feature a BRZ finish and a copper infused face insert for a soft yet responsive feel.”

Each Cleveland Classic BRZ putter comes with an oil-treated cloth for rubbing down the putter to prevent oxidation of the BRZ finish. How cool is that?

The Cleveland BRZ line consists of the following models:

Model 1 – Anser-style blade (pictured here)
Model 2 – Heel shafted mallet
Model 4.5 – Slant neck blade
Model 5 – Double bend mallet

Cleveland Golf has been knocking it out of the park lately with its Classics putters, which have earned Best Buy honors from PutterZone.com for the past two years. The new BRZ putters appear poised to extend Cleveland’s hot streak.

Stay tuned for PutterZone.com’s official Cleveland BRZ putter review. For more photos of the Classic BRZ putters, visit PutterZone.com’s Facebook page (become a Fan while you’re at it!).

About Sean Weir

Sean Weir is the founder and editor of PutterZone.com, and the author of Putter Perfection, the definitive guide to putter fitting. Profile: Google+

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  1. Wow! That looks so cool. I was looking at the 4.5 stainless. Now I will sit on the idea until March. Hopefully the stock grip will be a bit better. Maybe like the one on the California Cameron. That grip is nice.

  2. Hey, Sactown, I think they may be worth your wait, they are gorgeous putters.

    The grip is nothing special. It's hard for me to complain about it at the $89 price point, however.

    I think that a white or black Iomic grip would look sweet with the BRZ putters.

  3. I purchased one last year. All I can say is I’m making tons of putts and my ping and scotty cameron putters now reside in the garage instead of my bag. The $90 bucks is a steal. Little bounce and lots of roll out. Sleeping with the BRZ Bronze.

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