Looking for a Cleveland putter?

Buying a Cleveland putter is a sensible decision. They are still not quite amongst the best in the world ... but they're not far behind. Cleveland are extremely well known for their wedges (among the best on the market) and have also made excellent fairway woods over the years, and they've made a range of fairly traditional putters for some time.

Roger Cleveland (who now designs wedges for Callaway) started the Cleveland Golf business in 1979 making tailor made clubs based on classic designs. Soon after being bought in 2007 by the same company that owns Srixon, Cleveland's putters took on a distinctly different look. 

For about five years their designs were full-on futuristic putters and almost entirely face balanced. Then came a return to the original idea of making what amount to imitations of other company's classic putter designs. The Cleveland Classic Collection are typical of this copying idea.

... on a Cleveland putter


Almost any Cleveland putter is worth considering if you're looking for a new putter, although the company itself is better known for making wedges.

They're generally cheaper than the top brands such as Ping, Scotty Cameron, Odyssey and TaylorMade and in terms of quality they're only a fraction behind.

Click on the links below to find out which Cleveland putter is the best with www.Best-Putter.com's independent, hands-on reviews, you'll also find where to buy them at the best prices!

Our Cleveland Putter reviews:

Cleveland Classic Collection Nice Anser style putter - OK it doesn't have the name of a Ping or Scotty Cameron, but it also doesn't have the price tag!

Cleveland T Frame Cleveland T Frame putter Surprisingly well finished futuristic putter. If you like see through frame designs this is a good value-for-money option

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