Cleveland Golf has prided itself on leading the way in short game innovation with wedge designs and technologies that help players of all abilities hit the ball closer to the hole. Now, we’re pleased to bring you the next great innovation that will enhance your ability to find the bottom of the cup: the Smart Square putter.

Following intensive research into the most successful putters of all time and what golfers focus on when they align a putt, the Smart Square incorporates alignment technology that has proven to be the most advanced – and simplest – we’ve ever created.

The key to the Smart Square is Dual Axis Alignment. Two squares create parallel lines that frame the ball at address and provide a clear visual path to the hole. They also generate two perpendicular lines that easily highlight when the putter is misaligned – even by a fraction of a degree. Our testing shows players aligned the Smart Square 23% more accurately than one of the most popular putters of all time.

The Smart Square promotes consistent roll with a copolymer face insert, which also enhances feel and sound at impact. Its high MOI design also minimizes distance loss on off-center hits.

True to Cleveland Golf’s emphasis on short game fitting, the Smart Square is available in three different options to suit a variety of stroke preferences. There are heel- and center-shafted versions available in standard lengths (the 35” heel-shafted model is enclosed). There’s also a 39-inch Almost Belly, with a heavier putter head (40 grams more than standard) and grip (2.5 times heavier than standard) to create counter-balanced weighting that adds stroke stability and consistency without anchoring.

The Smart Square will be available in stores November 15th, 2013.

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2 Responses so far.

  1. Pam Dee says:

    Where can I buy a smart square putter in the UK? Thanks

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  2. Paul says:

    Where are the UK stockists and which version would someone described by the Ping app as a ‘slight arc’ use?

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