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First Look: Never Compromise Gambler Models

Never Compromise is set to release its new Gambler Limited putters in early 2011, and PutterZone.com has the first exclusive peek at each of the four models in the series.

As reported in yesterday’s interview with Never Compromise’s Adam Sheldon, the Gambler Limited putters are forged and milled from stainless steel to achieve “masterpiece” quality. Forging refines the grain structure of the metal for enhanced feel while milling ensures absolute precision and consistency in the finished putter.

Each Never Compromise Gambler putter boasts its own unique visual riff on the Gambler motif, with playing card icons such as spades and hearts engraved along brightly polished soles. The face and cavity feature the new streamlined Never Compromise logo.

Following is an overview of the four models in the Never Compromise Gambler Limited putter series:

Never Compromise Gambler Royal Putter
The Royal is a classic plumber’s neck, heel-toe blade design featuring artwork of the spade symbol from a deck of cards engraved into the sole.

Never Compromise Gambler Flush Putter
The Flush is a heel-shafted mallet (toe-down) that features the artwork of the clubs symbol engraved into the sole.

Never Compromise Gambler Boat Putter
The Boat has a plumber’s neck hosel on a classic blade design. The heel and toe flanges flow into one another, creating a soft visual of heel-toe weighting. The sole has all of the suits from a deck of cards engraved around the Gambler logo.

Never Compromise Gambler Straight Putter
The Straight is a face-balanced, heel-shafted mallet that features all of the suits from a deck of cards engraved around the Gambler logo but positioned to complement the shape of the putter.

P.S. Would you like to own one of these new Never Compromise Gambler putters? Stay tuned at PutterZone.com for an exclusive giveaway contest in the days ahead!

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. Great stuff! I want the straight! Thanks :)

  2. Good choice, Ryan! Sweet sticks, these Gamblers.

  3. These look great. Almost too pretty to use. ….almost…

  4. Hah! So true. Gotta use 'em, because the feel is awesome on these sticks.

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