Keen to offer a putter for every taste, TaylorMade has released four heads in a stunning black finish to make up the new TaylorMade Ghost Tour Black putter range
Keen to offer a putter for every taste, TaylorMade has released four new heads in a stunning black PVD finish to make up the TaylorMade Ghost Tour Black putter range.
The new putters are made-up of TaylorMade’s four most popular styles, the Daytona and Indy are blades that feature different hosel designs to suit different preferences, while the Maranello and Monte Carlo are mid-mallets that offer a little more stability.
All four TaylorMade Ghost Tour Black putters are finished in a sleek PVD coating that reduces glare so you are less distracted over putts on sunny days.
They also all feature a simple white sightline that contrasts the head to make lining up your putts more accurately easier.
The new soft, deep milled aluminium insert (seen below) is designed to provide responsive feel off the face and a smoother roll to give you better distance control on the greens.
The 355g TaylorMade Ghost Tour Black models join TaylorMade's counterbalanced Daddy Long Legs, Spider Blade and Spider Mallet 2.0 putters that were released last year, which feature tungsten heel and toe weights with a moment of inertia of more than 8,500 (Daddy Long Legs) and 5,200 (Spider Blade) to help them resist twisting at impact for more consistent distance control on off-center hits.
TaylorMade Ghost Tour Black putter specifications
The putters are complemented by a Golf Pride Rubber Red Cap grip, or a SuperStroke Mid Slim 2.0, should you prefer a thicker grip that takes the tension out your fingers.
All four TaylorMade Ghost Tour Black putters will retail at £139, weigh 355g and come in 33”, 34” and 35” length options.
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