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New Look For TaylorMade Putters

Last year, TaylorMade Golf released a trio of counterbalanced putters that were designed to be the most stable flat sticks the California clubmaker ever produced. The idea, of course, was to give golfers an alternative to the soon-to-be-disallowed anchored putting approach. They came in a variety of models, beginning with the Daddy Long Legs and including the Spider Blade and Spider Mallet.
The reception for these clubs in the marketplace was solid. But that did not prevent company engineers from working on ways to make improvements. Among the lodes they mined for information in that regard was their staff of tour professionals. The result was new-look versions of the three offerings. Each features an enhanced color scheme that includes a black finish and white tungsten heel and toe weights designed to frame the ball better at address. In addition, the technicians added a matte-black shaft and high-polish sole.
“The new tour-inspired cosmetic is visually stunning, while also delivering the ultimate in stability and performance,” says Tomo Bystedt, Taylor- Made’s director of iron, wedge and putter creation. “Each of these putters promote an extremely stable putting stroke, to help golfers deliver a consistent roll time after time.”


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