Cleveland Smart Square Putter Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4.3 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    Effective alignment aid, soft feel

  • Cons

    Tingy sound at impact

  • RRP £120.00

What we say...

The Tech:

Cleveland say two squares are better than two circles when it comes to aligning squarely and believe their system inspires more confidence too. A heavy milled copper “True Feel” face transmits extra feel to the hands whilst helping get putts running quicker. A high MOI back bar improves stroke stability.


Our verdict:

Golfers who accept and buy into MOI putters expect wacky head designs as simply put cleverly positioned fins and extreme weighting are the best way to maximise MOI improvement. The Smart Square certainly challenges the norm! Our testers were split on how two squares improves on Odyssey’s 2-Ball putter but we did like the large c-shaped white back weight which meant the Smart Square felt really stable and seemed to frame putts nicely at address. We liked the roll and feel from the copper coloured  aluminium face insert on Cleveland’s other putters and the Square performs just as nicely.


Bottom line:

Face balancing means the Smart Square is suited to a wide audience of golfers. The black and white cosmetics are highly visual which should appeal to golfers wanting maximum help in aligning squarely at the hole. You’ll either love it or hate we don’t think there’s any in between with this futuristic design.           

Product Information

Headweight 360g
Grip Winn AVS Midsize Pistol

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