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This is the THP FIRST LOOK at the new putter line coming out in 2011 from Never Compromise. These are in hand pictures and THP has had the opportunity to test this line of putters extensively before release and a full review will be coming very soon. The Gambler series was a huge hit at the recent 2010 THP Golf Outing & Demo Day as golfers from around the world were able to be the first ones to put this incredible looking flat stick to the test on actual greens. More on their feedback coming up in a second.

The Gambler Boat

First Impression
At first glance, the Gambler series is quite a departure from the X-Ray line that THP readers were pretty fond of last year. This finely crafted piece of metal appears to be more art than that of a piece of golf equipment, but don’t let the gorgeous looks fool you. These putters came to play. When THP first heard that Never Compromise was going to switch gears and venture into the premium putter market, we were not sure what to expect, however after seeing these first hand, our initial question was “What have you been waiting for?”. The classically shaped designs and elegant style make these stand out, but there is far more than meets the eye when you first gaze at them.

1. The design just makes our hearts melt. When many think of putting cliches, the first one that comes to mind is “Drive for show and putt for dough”. Following that “gambleresque” (not a real word), the Never Compromise Gambler series brings the blend of golf and winning together as one. From the finely marked artwork of clubs, hearts, diamonds and spades to the black and red coloring, this one jumps out at you and says “Gambler”.

2. No matter what anybody says, the word “Limited” makes golf equipment fans everywhere take notice. Seeing it on both the beautiful cover as well as the putter itself screams “Take me home”.

The Gambler Flush

Models
The Never Compromise Gambler Limited putters will be available in 4 models coming up in 2011. THP has your exclusive look at each style and what these “gambleresque” names mean in relation to the looks of the putter.

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Performance
I will leave that to those that had a chance to test these putters out at the recent THP Demo Day. Click the link right below this and see a variety of Hi-Res pictures (larger) and tons of feedback from everybody in attendance at the outing. Get feedback from golfers that got a chance to try out the entire line of Never Compromise Putters.

Feedback & more pictures are available by clicking here.

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  1. Ryan H. says:

    Loved the Straight when I tried it out. I’m normally more of an insert guy, but I found the feel and sound to be exquisite. It’s pretty easy to see how nice they look as well.

  2. ddec0418 says:

    I loved the feel of these putters. I was a big fan of the Royal and the Flush model. The graphics on them look amazing. With custom paint fill option these should be a big hit.

  3. 9-Iron Man says:

    No more teasers, here they are! Great looking putters!

  4. Joe says:

    They look like a thousand o.ther putters. Ping should be collecting royalties

  5. TheDue says:

    These are stunning to say the least, the question now is how do they putt? So far so good from everyone I’ve heard from. Not too firm and not too soft, sounds like a winner NC!

  6. RxGus says:

    I love the flush… in general I love the look of the heel shafted mallet and it this one appears to have a remarkable low profile which I find very sexy. I have been lusting after a heel shafted mallet and had settled on one I really like… but now I wonder if I would not be better served owning one of these!

    Dang you NC for making my life difficult again!

  7. Dr.Teeth says:

    I love these putters! It looks like the Straight is the one for me. One gripe though, the Staight could use a little more artwork on the sole. I just looks a bit blah. I will probably still buy this putter cause I love the rest of it, but compared to the artwork on the sole of the Royal, the Straight looks quite plain.

  8. SethO says:

    This will be in my bag. I think I say that every time I see a picture of these putters.

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