Shortly after Never Compromise released its new Dinero Limited putters, David Toms promptly put one into play and racked up more than $2 million in earnings within a two-week period. If you’re going to call your putter “Dinero,” you couldn’t have dreamed up a better publicity stunt.
The Dinero Limited line is a fitting successor to the Gambler Limited putters that boldly ushered in a new era for Never Compromise earlier this year.
Like the Gambler putters, the Dinero putters ($299) are forged from 303 stainless steel prior to being precision milled and hand polished. According to Never Compromise, “The forging process produces greater consistency and quality in the metal, which ultimately enhances feel.”
The Dinero line is composed of four models: the Dinero Mogul, a heel-shafted mid mallet; Dinero Exec, an Anser-style blade with a plumber’s neck hosel; Dinero Baron, a heel-toe weighted blade with a slant-neck hosel; and the Dinero Tycoon, a classic snub-toe blade with swan-neck hosel.
The putters come with a stock lie angle of 70 degrees and a loft of three degrees, but Never Compromise offers a full suite of putter fitting and paintfill options with its cutting-edge “My Custom Putter” platform. Ordering a custom putter adds $50 to the price, which is quite fair considering all that you get.
Some acute similarities are noted between the Gambler and Dinero putters. For example, the Dinero Mogul is very similar to the Gambler Flush, while the Dinero Baron is a slant-neck riff on the Gambler Royal. The Tycoon and Exec models, however, are entirely new.
The Dinero putters also extend Never Compromise’s aesthetic winning streak, with a black-and-gold color motif and whimsical dancing money signs that cascade across the sole of each putter.
So, are these putters ultimately worth your dinero? Tune into PutterZone.com’s Never Compromise Dinero putter review, in conjunction with our friends at Golfland Warehouse: