Cleveland Releases Additions to TFi Range of Putters
Cleveland Golf has announced the addition of four brand-new-mallet-style putters to its innovative TFi 2135 range. Boasting more than 350 victories on tour since 1989, this development is a statement of intent from the brand, who are seeking to further push the boundaries of short-game technology to ensure that all golfers have that perfect alignment and feel that we all crave with the putter.
Last year Cleveland Golf ‘Reinvented Alignment’ with the introduction of their brand new TFi 2135 putter range. Based on the notion that we all have different putting strokes, address positions and club preferences, setting up over the ball perfectly is nearly impossible, causing misalignment and off-centre hits. As a result of this realisation, Cleveland Golf developed 2135 Raised Alignment Technology allowing golfers to align putts correctly, no matter what their setup.
This game-changing technology has now been relocated in the form of four brand-new mallet putter designs for golfers who prefer a larger head. The new mallet models include Elevado – available in standard and Counter Balanced, Cero, and Mezzo. The four new Cleveland Golf TFi putter models incorporate 2135 Raised Alignment Technology into modern looking mallet shapes. Each design is clean, with few distractions, resulting in emphasis on the raised sightline and helping to focus the golfer’s eyes solely on alignment.
Elevado (also available in Counter Balanced)
TFi 2135 Elevado is a tour-driven design with two wings that increase head stability and frame the ball solidly at address for further improved alignment. The Elevado features a single bend heel with a 70 degree lie and 3 degrees of loft, and comes available in 33”, 34”, and 35” length options. TFi Elevado is also available in Counter Balanced – designed for players who prefer a much heavier putter head. The CB Elevado is available in 35” and 38”.
TFi 2135 Mezzo features a centre-shafted design with slight onset. It’s a much smaller head than the Elevado and Cero, fusing a modern, angular design with a traditional mid-mallet shape. Available in lengths 33”, 34” and 35” with a lie of 70 degrees and 3 degrees of loft.
TFi 2135 Cero is the largest of the four new TFi putters. It features the longest sightline and perpendicular elements encircled by a uniform ring to add further stability to the putter head. Available in lengths 33”, 34” and 35” with a lie of 70 degrees and 3 degrees of loft.
All four new TFi 2135 mallet models feature Cleveland Golf’s latest offering in putter face technology, TFi - True Feel Innovation. True Feel Innovation is made up of three innovations resulting in a combination that creates improved feel over other top putter competitors.
A clean, sleek top line at address offers confidence and a classic look from above the ball then a two part face is made up from a soft polymer under layer and a milled, copper infused aluminum face. The TFi face makes for a much lighter weight than an all-steel face, and as result over 90 grams of weight has been redistributed away from the face to the perimeter, further enhancing stability and distance control.
Rigorous amounts of robot testing with the new TFi mallet putters has shown that the TFi design maintains ball speed on mis-hits better than selected leading competitors, adding forgiveness and improving distance control for a wide range of golfers.
The four new TFi 2135 mallet models come are available in two high quality grips. The Lamkin Smooth, standard TFi grip and the oversized WinnPro X1.32 grip for players looked for a wider, less traditional feeling grip.
There are too many things to worry about when trying to make a putt to save par. Alignment no longer has to be one of them with Cleveland Golf’s TFi 2135 new mallet putter range.
Golfshake's Owen Davies spoke to Adam Sheldon of Cleveland about the technology behind the TFi Putters. Watch that interview here.
For further information on all Cleveland Golf products, as used by the game's best players, visit www.clevelandgolf.co.uk.
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