What we say...
Cleveland's TFI 2135 Satin Cero putter made it in to our top 10 mallets of 2018 in our biggest ever equipment test - Top Gear. Find out what our testers made of it below.
Cleveland TFI 2135 Satin Cero Putter Review: You should know
Cleveland says 80% of golfers don’t have their eyes directly over the ball when putting, which leads to issues with alignment and not striking putts from the centre of the face. By raising (and highlighting) the sightline up to the height of a ball’s equator, designers say they’ve created the most accurate alignment aid ever.
Cleveland TFI 2135 Satin Cero Putter Review: We say
We were big fans of Cleveland’s original 2135 putters, which offered a very strong package of roll and alignment tech along with a good dose of value for money. The new satin models for 2018 take the range to a whole new level. Our testers loved how the Cero’s cleverly-designed head directs focus like a dart at the intended impact location. That really helps your concentration and increases confidence to hit the centre of the face on putts from long and short range. Essentially, the 2135 putters are just cast heads, but hats off to Cleveland’s engineers, who’ve created a real premium feel (thanks to the heavy milled face insert, polymer backer and oversized grip) and still brought the Cero to market for just £139. Amazing.
Cleveland TFI 2135 Satin Cero Putter Review: Verdict
Groovy face tech is all the rage when it comes to putters, and it really can make a difference when it comes to distance control, particularly on long putts. It has a similar performing and feeling insert as more expensive models, plus a cracking head shape and a brilliant alignment aid, all for £139. That makes the Cero a top mallet.