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First Photos: Cleveland T-Frame Putter

Cleveland T-Frame PutterPutterZone.com has the new Cleveland T-Frame mallet putter in hand, and here are our first photos.

The Cleveland T-Frame putter “engineered by Never Compromise” boasts clean alignment aesthetics, making it very easy to square the face with the target line. The head is large, but not oversized. The open frame design, along with three ports in the spine, allows Cleveland to redistribute weight to the perimeters for high MOI.

The putter comes with a silver dollar-style Never Compromise ball marker tucked into the head cover, which is a nice little treat. The putter retails for $119. Stay tuned for PutterZone.com’s full Cleveland T-Frame putter review.

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  1. I have tried the T-Frame at my local Golf Galaxy, & I LOVE how it feels. But I really want this thing in a belly putter. I called Cleveland & they have no plans for a belly version…yet. I might just buy a 33" model anyway, but I hope the decide to put out a belly version.

  2. The folks at Cleveland did what I hoped they would do, they put out a belly version of their T-Frame putter. I saw it at Golf Galaxy, dinked around with it for about 45 minutes, A/B compaired it to a few other bell putters, & then bought it. I have been using belly's since 2005, & this one may very well be the best putter for it's price out there. $140, at least $40-$60 less then similar offerings from Odyssey, Ping, & Taylor Made, plus Titleist has one almost $100 more, & none of them seem to be better. At least to me, & if you are a player who is looking at making a change with your putter, I get that. But maybe look into a real change, not just going from a blade to a maellet, or going to something with an insert, or the other way around. Look at a real change to a different way of putting, & maybe, just maybe, you too will see improvement.

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