Cleveland Golf’s new TFI 2135 Satin Elevado putter has a look similar to that of other two-pronged mallet putters on today’s market, but that’s about where the similarities end. Sure, the Elevado offers great feel and balance, but the copper face and 2135 alignment system add outstanding features add value to an already outstanding product.
TFI stands for True Feel Innovation, a face technology that uses a milled, copper-infused aluminum face cap over a copolymer insert. This gives players the ultimate in feel and consistency across the face. There are three layers that make up the face of the 2135 Elevado putter, giving it a firm and responsive sound and feel. When the ball strikes the clubface, it produces a popping sound and you can feel the response in your hands. The feel across the face is very consistent.
The alignment line on the Elevado putter does not sit on the flange as it does on similar designs. Cleveland’s 2135 technology has created an alignment aid that eliminates false alignment and makes it possible to create consistency and confidence regardless of a golfer’s posture. The two mallet “wings” of the putter are the precise width of a golf ball, while the alignment aid sits precisely 21.35 mm from the ground, placing it exactly in the middle of the golf ball. This creates a focal point that makes it possible for golfers to get a consistent alignment of their putter to the chosen line, whether their eyes are behind, over, or in front of the ball. No other putter that I’m aware of offers such a precise alignment aid.
The new TFI 2135 Satin putter brings revolutionary feel, performance, and alignment technologies so you can setup and stroke putts more consistently. The new Cleveland Elevado TFi 2135 Satin putter is available in two different versions: standard, which weighs 370g and a counterbalanced option with a head-weight of 405g. Either is available in a 35” or 38” length and can be purchased with a WinnPro X oversized 1.32” grip. The standard version gives superior feedback, while the added length and weight in the CB model really steadies the stroke. With a price point of $149 ($179 for the counter balanced model with an oversized grip) price is not an objection.
The Elevado may not be the best-looking putter on the market, but the performance benefits should overshadow the aesthetics and generate interest. The “wings” add to the overall balance and MOI and do a fantastic job of squaring the golf ball at address. Any golfer who needs more stability and a smoother tempo should at least check it out.
All Cleveland Golf Putters are designed to the highest quality standards and are backed by a customer-friendly warranty. To experience every Cleveland Golf putter and find the right one for your stroke, visit your nearest Cleveland Golf retailer today. Visit the Cleveland website at www.clevelandgolf.com to find a Cleveland dealer near you.