Great for those who get twitchy from short range; the large head on the Cleveland T-Frame Mallet makes it easier to start putts on the intended line. The T-Frame makes it easy to set up on the intended target. Distance control from long range takes a little adjusting to.
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Over 70g of weight positioned at the rear of the club head should give the T-Frame a high MOI for excellent forgiveness. The ‘T' figure acts as an alignment aid.
The design of the Cleveland T-Frame Mallet made it hard to judge long distance putts but the heavy head is good from short range.
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