The Frontline Elite Putter line from Cleveland Golf features eight models with improved forward weighting and face technology designed to help golfers hit straighter putts with consistent speed and distance. The Frontline Elite Putters are scheduled to launch on February 22.

“For the Frontline Elite Putter, we used more than 30g of metal injection molded tungsten across the striking area to move the weight as far forward as possible,” said Casey Shultz, product manager, Cleveland Golf. “In a forward-weighted putter design, face rotation is significantly reduced on off-center strikes, so even if you miss-hit your putt, your ball will stay more on-line and at the desired speed for more scoring chances.”

After computer simulation/calculations comparing forward-weighted Frontline Elite against rear-weighted competitors, the Cleveland Golf said results showed a 38 percent improved accuracy when struck off-center.

Each putter in the Frontline Elite lineup includes Speed Optimized Face Technology (SOFT). Its individualized groove patterns, specific to each putter shape, balance energy transfer across an enlarged striking area, struck putts.

Frontline Elite also features counterbalance weights under each putter grip and sole weights in each head. This weighting approach maintains a consistent swing feel. To help with alignment consistency, Cleveland Golf’s patented 2135 Technology is on all mallet models. Every model uses either a simple or high-contrast alignment line designed to accommodate a slight arc or straight stroke type.

For more information on the Frontline Elite putter line, go here.

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