The Cleveland Huntington Beach Putters Review

The Cleveland Huntington Beach Putters are high-quality golf clubs available at very reasonable price scale. The Cleveland brand has given a modern twist to classic designs that have served the golfing community for many generations.

The Cleveland Huntington Beach Putter Collection is named after the brand’s headquarters in North America. The remarkable combination of latest technology and proven classic designs is already winning hearts. Cleveland has used the best materials and the most innovative design techniques to make putters that help golfers reach the hole with the least number of putts. The Huntington Beach Putter Collection offers different shapes and sizes for golfers of different styles and strokes.

What makes the Cleveland Huntington Beach Putter Collection stand out on the course? Let’s take a closer look at the options, design, and technology involved.

The Options

Depending on the style, stroke, and requirements of players, the Huntington Beach Collection is available in six shapes: the blade design putters #1, #3, and #4, and millet shape putters #6, #6C, and #10.

The Cleveland Huntington Beach #1 Putter is available with or without the O/S Grip. The Putter has a blade design and plumber’s neck type hosel. This excellent piece of golf equipment comes in three lengths – 33, 34, and 35 inches. The putter head weighs 345g and the grip is around 70g.

The Cleveland Huntington Beach #3 Putter offers a softer feel to the players. The putter offers a clean address view and it comes with a slightly higher toe. The #3 putter has a slant neck shaped hosel and is available in three lengths, namely, 33, 34, and 35 inches. The putter head and grip weigh 345g and 70g, respectively. The Huntington Beach #3 is also available with or without the O/S Grip.

Similar to the #1 putter, the Huntington Beach #4 also has the plumber’s neck hosel. Based on the style and stroke, golfers can choose 33, 34, or 35-inch putter. The #4 putter of the Huntington Beach Collection has used the blade design. Those shopping for quality putter can choose the #4 with or without the O/S Grip.

The Huntington #6 has the mid-mallet design and double bend hosel. The use of the mid-millet design has added few extra grams to the putter head. The #6 putters, available in 33, 34, and 35 inches, have a putter head weight of 360g.

The Cleveland Huntington Beach #6C Putter is the carbon copy of the #6 model, except for a small change. The #6C Putter comes with the center shafted hosel, instead of the double bend. Like, the #6 putter, this too is available with O/S Grip.

The Huntington Beach #10 Putter is for golfers who want their club to have the mid-mallet design, but with a plumber’s neck hosel.

Classic Designs and Shapes

The Cleveland Huntington Beach Putters come in shapes that have served the golfers remarkably well for generations. They have been the trusted allies of both amateurs and tour players.

304-Stainless Steel

Prior to the 304-Stainless Steel, Cleveland used 17-4 Stainless Steel in their putters. The reason for the change is the difference in hardness between the two types. The 304-Stainless Steel is said to be 54% softer than the previous material. The softer option allows Cleveland to easily bend and customize the material. Moreover, softer material reduces the harshness and improves the feel when handling the putter.

Precision Milled Face

Common to all putters in the Huntington Beach Collection is the precision milled face. The putter face of this type has a diamond-shaped milling pattern that is coarse and deep. The new milled face pattern is deeper than the pattern used in the earlier putter series. The precision, coarse, and deep milled face will ensure more consistent and truer roll.

Cleveland Huntington Beach Putters Review
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