Never Compromise Putter

The Never Compromise putter company made a for itself in the 1990s and 2000s with easily-recognisable  black and gray putters with ultra low weight polymers which they bonded to heavier materials to give their putters an extremely high proportion of heel-and-toe weighting.

In their early models, the gray areas are the low weight polymer and the black areas the highly weighted material. These putters were good. They were clocking up some tour wins and selling well. However, just at the time when their brand was well known, Never Compromise changed look and direction...



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They moved briefly into the niche world of high-spec milled putters with their Gambler range. Although these promised to be competitors to the Scotty Cameron Newport or Ping Redwood ranges, with high quality materials and finish, they did not sell well, despite being good quality products. We recommend these therefore as a good quality putter available at a very affordable price.

Why you only find a used Never Compromise Putter 

Sadly for Never Compromise putter fans, this brand is now defunct. You can still find used putters in circulation, but after changing course dramatically away from their original branding, the company was bought by Cleveland and they have now parked the brand. 

Reviews of Never Compromise putters



Never Compromise Alpha Never Compromise Alpha This putter seems to stay square for ever! Feel's not great, but you'll love it if you use a square-to-square stroke



Never Compromise Voodoo Daddy Never Compromise Voodoo Daddy Super-long aimline and futuristic design. Solid, affordable belly putter.



Never Compromise NCX Ray Never Compromise NCX Ray Nice face balanced belly putter with a big, but light head.



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