CLEVELAND TFI 2135 SATIN PUTTERS reviewed and tested by Mark Crossfield during his time in the States last year. See what these new putters from Cleveland golf are all about and how they could help your alignment with a idea around design. The face also has an interesting idea to help you hit the putts with some improved distance control.

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point defense says:

Never tried but definitely wanting to now as I love a putter that pulls off soft feel with a metallic face and not a urethane insert

Marcel Wieczorek says:

I did use the smart square and right now the smart Square TFI. Good putters at all not as pricy as many others and I get good results with both

David Hall says:

Definitely like to try that blade. If it worked I’d have no problem putting it in the bag.

ZN6GT86 says:

I had been playing a Huntington beach #6 for around a year and absolutely loved it. Such an amazing feeling putter for the price. A few months back I treated my self to a professional fitting and ended up having an Elevado built for me which is just as amazing. Both feel very soft off the face and very stable

Paul K says:

Nice review, been waiting to see this range for a while. Are you able to do the 2018 Wilson Infinite line too? can’t find a review on them anywhere

Col Br says:

Putter has been good to me, would just feel like i had cheated on her if I tried another..___

sooners2win says:

I’m currently gaming a Huntington Beach #11 putter, it knocked an Odyssey 7 tank putter and ping cadence anser putter from my bag. The Odyssey and Ping are now for sale. Love my Cleveland putter

Jason Gillespie says:

I like that Zach guy. Nice fella, that one. I’ll have to give these a try when I’m looking for a new putter in the spring. Nice introduction to the line Mark. Nice and fair, as per usual.

Curtis Polysou says:

There’s no better value in the putter game than the Cleveland line up.

john donohoe says:

I have tried Cleveland putters, they are nice. Demoed last years Huttington Beach, it felt great. Maybe you should take that model with you as a back up Mark you looked like Ben Crenshaw in this vid. Just keep it a secret from Scotty. I won’t tell. Cheers!

bowhunter0950 says:

I won a 8.0 cb tfi satin putter on 18 birdies waiting on it to show up ill update with more details after it arrives!

Misc Ellaneous says:

I got a Cleveland classic putter new for 40 quid and haven’t looked back. Love it for the price.

Stefan Verhoeven says:

Very nice video and putters! Please give us a slant neck Elevado!

Ken May says:

I have the Elevado and yes, you can “scoop” the ball up, no problem. I LOVE THIS PUTTER!

pwillemsen1000 says:

I went for a putter fitting session earlier this month which took about 1.5 hours. I was expecting them to recommend me a bettinardi putter, however the fitter found that the best match for me was a Cleveland Huntington Beach 6c model. Excellent value for money, top notch quality for a very reasonable price. Impressed that they didn’t sell me the most expensive putter, but the one that suited me the most.

Jon Todd says:

Mark, I think you need to sack off the scotty the way your holing putts with the clevelands.

Rick Mccraw says:

Nice putter but i just saw yours….Throws me a bit

Scott Harrison says:

I play one of the original 2135 putters (Cero model). Very easy to putt with. Great quality product for the money. There might be “better” putters out there but nowhere close to the price point these sell at.

beebs599 says:

I’ve been using a Cleveland classic collection 1 for the past 5 years or so, I try new putters out quite a bit but continue on with my Cleveland

Arthur Grant says:

Mark, how does it stack up your Custom Shop?

Dean Oakley says:

I use the Cleveland Huntington Beach #1. I love it as it looks beautiful, feels great (so soft, as you mentioned) and for the price, there’s just no comparison. Actually gaming it over my Scotty.

Kenneth Henderson says:

Sold my bettinardi mallet as better roll from Cleveland elevado….would you Adam and Eve it?

Jason Thomas says:

I put the Elavado in my bag this year. I have always had trouble with alignment. Using the 2135 technology plus putting a line on your ball has helped my game tremendously. The soft face will take some getting used to. I need to be more aggressive with my putting anyway so I am interested to see how many strokes this putter shaves off my game this season.

Daniel Mills says:

have you seen the new 2 x 4 from wickes… I reckon you would probably hole just as many with it!lol

colin boxall says:

Used the previous 2135 6.5 version. Worked well, alignment and feel. Positive. The matt black and copper face finishes deteriorated quickly. Try ‘em.

Isak Lundström says:

I use the first generation 1.0 TFI putter. It’s fantastic! Recommend for everyone.

n3qdz says:

To be quite honest, I didn’t know that Cleveland made putters. Love their wedges and drivers have not played their iron thing but putters…….. hhhhhmmmmmm I think I have to look for them. The local sporting goods store (Dicks) I don’t think stock them. I will make a special to look at their putters. Thanks Mark cheers brah.

Jon Van Dyke says:

currently have last years model TFI in the 6.5 head (small mallet). Love the feel, look and the alignment line has helped slightly with lining up putts from further distances.

Anthony Jones says:

I use a Cleveland classic number 10 collection, mid mallet had it a few years now I love the weight and feel of it

Karl Storr says:

Best putter ever I have the copper cero and the soft feel feedback is so helpful the alignment is easier and the weight all help toward much much much more precise putts, currently £70 you can keep your Scott Camerons

Bogerton 56 says:

I have the first gen 2135 with the copper face and I love it. Would like to try this new one though.

Matthew Baker says:

I have a Cleveland classic 5 putter had it for 10 years not sure I will ever change it!

Brutus ofTroy says:

surprised no one has mentioned Titleist yet…

krusher74 says:

Isn’t that face milling evnroll’s main pitch, patent?

Geoff Winn says:

Can someone buy Zak a friggin iron…his t shirts are so creased he either needs to get his mum to do it for him or learn to iron. Muppett

James Allen says:

Great video and thanks for raising awareness about Cleveland putters…by the way great music in video…what artist is that?

Bryan Reid says:

I recently switched from an Odyssey White Ice #2 to the Cleveland 2135 Satin Elevado counter balanced with a 38” shaft and 148 gram oversized grip. Best putter that I’ve ever used. I play 1-2 times a week, and spending $300-$400 on a putter just isn’t realistic for me. However, the $175 Cleveland was the perfect match. With the extra weight of this putter I’m not pulling/pushing putts near as much as I did with the lighter weight Odyssey. I plan on keeping this putter in the bag for quite a while, and I would recommend it to the best of golfers.

Robert Salazar says:

good review, nice to see you sinking them and they are priced well!

Miko Hinlo says:

I just purchase the Rho Satin version.. great putter! You really have to try to believe it.. very nice putter… and the 2135 technology behind it.. perfect.

busa89 says:

I bought last years model with the copper face. No complaints

Gregg Daniels says:

They look nice putters. I’m still using my cleveland smart square. Lovely feeling putter and a cheap at 25quid.

I find the squares line up ‘squarer?’ to the target than 2 ball putters.

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C.J Schwartz says:

At least it’s not a pile of shit metal x face…fucking thing is the worst I have ever seen on a putter shit is literally falling off peoples flat sticks

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