Continuing PutterZone.com’s preview series for the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show, we now turn the spotlight on the new Never Compromise Sub30 putters, and specifically the Type 30 model pictured here.
According to Never Compromise, the Sub30 putters “feature a dual-material face insert of copper-infused aluminum and polymer in a two-piece basket construction. This combination offers soft, responsive feel and more control of distance and direction on every putt.”
Also: “Each Sub 30 putter has a unique face insert shape to maximize the performance of that particular model. The face insert height of the Sub30 is one of the tallest of any putter on the market, minimizing distance loss and maximizing accuracy on putts hit high on the face, one of the most frequent mis-hits on the greens. This enhances forgiveness to promote more confident, consistent strokes.”
The Sub30 Type 30 putter is a face-balanced mallet with a plumber’s neck, a black finish and a black insert with yellow trim.
The Sub30 line also features four additional models with the same black finish, including the Type 10 heel-toe weighted blade; Type 20 slant-neck blade; Type 40 heel-shafted mallet; and Type 50 oversized mallet.
In keeping with the colorful precedent set by Never Compromise’s high-end Gambler, Connoisseur and Dinero lines released last year, the Sub30 models feature their own individual sole designs with creative paintfills. Six head cover options are also available for the Sub30 putters.
The initial four models will be released on March 1, with the Type 50 to follow on April 1. The blades will cost $139, while the mallets will cost $179. Belly versions will be available for $199.
Never Compromise made an epic comeback in 2011 with the aforementioned high-end milled putters, and the Sub30 putters look poised to carry that positive energy over into more affordable territory.
Stay tuned for PutterZone.com’s Never Compromise Sub30 putter review.