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Feature Interview - Cleveland's Adam Sheldon explains TFi Putter technology

By: Golf Shake | Fri 05 Feb 2016 | Comments

Cleveland Golf have announced the release of their latest range of TFi (True Feel Innovation) family of putters. There are three new additions (the 1.0, 6.5 and 8.0) and are reported to be the most advanced that the company has ever launched into the market. 

These three eye-catching, tour-inspired designs feature a milled, copper-infused face cap over a copolymer insert for the ultimate in feel and consistency. 

A great looking putter, but it is the technology that sets it apart.....

TFi 2135 Technology

Golfers all have different putting strokes, address positions, and club preferences, which makes setting up over the ball perfectly every time nearly impossible. This inability to set up over the ball consistently leads to misalignment and off-center hits during the putting stroke.  As a result, Cleveland Golf developed a revolutionary, new alignment technology that allows golfers to correctly align their putt no matter their set-up. By raising the alignment line on the new TFi 2135 putters to the exact radius of a golf ball, or 21.35 millimeters to be exact, Cleveland Golf design experts have created the most accurate alignment feature ever for a blade style putter. This ingenious alignment feature never moves relative to the golf ball because it’s placed at the most optimal position for precision alignment, which is at dead center of the golf ball.  Regardless of whether a golfer putts with their eyes behind, directly over, or well over the golf ball, Cleveland Golf’s new TFi 2135 putters create perfect alignment. 

Check out our interview with Cleveland Brand Manager, Adam Sheldon who talks through the new TFi Putter:Learn more about the Cleveland TFi Putter:

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