2135 from Cleveland Golf.
This concept may be confusing to some golfers who don’t delve into the technical side of the game. Pretend you’re lining up for a putt. Hold a ball at your eye and drop it. Your eye is directly over the spot where your ball lands - the ideal place in which to line up. That said, many of us line up closer to or farther from the ball than what’s “ideal.” That’s fine if you’re a feel putter, but if you’re relying on the alignment marking on your current putter, you may be missing the putter’s sweet spot and mishitting putts because of it.
During one of my worst bouts of bad putting, I tried to self-correct by moving closer to the ball. My thought was to use my feet as guides for the stroke. Unfortunately, moving so close to the ball put my eyes outside the ideal angle and caused even more issues. My stroke may have improved, but my contact and consistency suffered.
As for the 2135‘s face ... a milled copper infused face cap over a copolymer insert provides terrific feel.
Bottom line: Setting up perfectly is nearly impossible. Cleveland Golf’s alignment technology will help you to correctly align your putt no matter your set-up. As they say, “There are too many things to worry about when you're trying to putt to win the hole or save par. Alignment doesn't have to be one of them.”
Excellent feel and proper alignment are two major keys in making more putts. The TFI 2135 from Cleveland Golf provides both.
Find out more about the 2135 at clevelandgolf.com.