Review: Never Compromise Sub 30 Type 50 putter

We take a closer look at the new Never Compromise putter

Charlie Lemay's picture
Wed, 25 Sep 2013

NEVER COMPROMISE Sub30 Type 50 is a uniquely shaped mallet but we found it too chunky. The colouring is also a little bland for our liking.

The alignment bars behind the ball, however, rescued it somewhat. We enjoyed the way the bars helped us take the club back and through on a straight arc. There is also some cool artwork on the bottom of the putter, too.

The dual material face insert offered a soft, responsive feel on all putts. The insert height is one of the tallest in the market and that helped to minimise distance loss and maximise putts struck off the heel and toe.

From 20-feet, we felt as though it was hard to stop the ball within a few feet from the cup.

A well-balanced putter that sits nicely behind the ball and the three lines aid decent and confident alignment. The ball rolled true off the face and it was very forgiving when struck off-centre.

Verdict

If you like soft inserts, you will undoubtedly love this putter. A solid putter from Cleveland at an affordable price although we felt looks let down the performance.

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Click here for Never Compromise Sub 30 Type 50 reader reviews and click here for Ten of the Best: Putters 2013