Tour Pre­ferred Pre­mium Put­ters

Tay­lorMade’s new put­ters fea­ture pre­ci­sion milling and a new pure roll in­sert

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Com­pris­ing 6 dis­tinct models, five of which fea­ture a 303 stain­less steel con­struc­tion for a solid feel and skim-milled ma­chin­ing for ex­act­ing con­tours, Tay­lorMade’s new TP Col­lec­tion utilises new ma­te­ri­als and new milling pro­cesses not only to en­hance the aes­thet­ics of each put­ter, but also to im­prove their per­for­mance. The new nam­ing con­ven­tion for the put­ters within the TP Col­lec­tion draws in­spi­ra­tion from ar­eas, re­gions, and land­marks of some of the world’s great­est golf des­ti­na­tions and his­toric cour­ses.

In­spired by the in­sert played by the top golfers in the world, Ja­son Day and Dustin John­son, each TP put­ter em­ploys Tay­lorMade’s new Pure Roll in­sert for im­proved roll. The in­sert com­bines

45° grooves with a softer poly­mer to pro­mote bet­ter for­ward roll and re­duce skid­ding across vary­ing sur­faces.

The com­po­si­tion and con­struc­tion of the Pure Roll in­sert is spe­cially en­gi­neered to bring the grooves into di­rect and ac­tive con­tact with the ball dur­ing im­pact, even on short putts. The

grooves in the face also serve in part to strate­gi­cally soften the in­sert’s struc­ture. To­gether, these fac­tors make the in­sert per­form at a very high level.

Juno & Soto

These are clas­si­cally de­signed blade put­ters with heel-toe weight­ing for op­ti­mized bal­ance, con­trol and feel. The Juno (first played by Ser­gio Gar­cia in Hazel­tine at the Ry­der Cup) fea­tures longer squared off con­tours with a sin­gle sight­line on top. The pads also have fine lin­ear ma­chine lines. The Soto re­tains short, rounded and soft edges with a sin­gle sight­line in the back cav­ity. Each blade-style model comes stock with a plumber’s neck hosel. The Soto hosel has a clas­sic scal­loped hosel for a slightly lighter weight. Both heads fea­ture two 10gram move­able weights in the sole for swing weight cus­tomiza­tion.

Mullen & Ber­wick

These models make up the clas­sic mal­let tour proven models of the TP Col­lec­tion. Mullen boasts a more com­pact mal­let de­sign with two sight­lines on the back cav­ity and a short “S” hosel that al­lows for a slight toe hang of 38 de­grees. Ber­wick is the more tra­di­tional rounded mal­let shape with a thicker topline and sin­gle sight­line on the back cav­ity. Ber­wick also in­cludes a slight step-down cav­ity and a sin­gle bend ¾ shaft

Ard­more & Chaska

The mid-size modern mal­lets of the TP Col­lec­tion, Ard­more fea­tures a deep cav­ity with dual sight­lines to im­prove bal­ance and align­ment. The Ard­more is 355 grams and cast from 303 stain­less steel for a larger MOI.

The shaft is a dou­ble bend with ¾ off­set, face bal­anced with 3.5 de­grees loft. The Tour proven Chaska re­vis­its the de­sign of the orig­i­nal Tay­lorMade Corza Ghost with the fa­mil­iar cir­cu­lar align­ment aid in the back of the put­ter and three sight­lines on top. The Chaska is also face bal­anced and has a full shaft off­set. Both mid- size mal­lets in­clude the pre­cise milling and Pure Roll in­sert as­so­ci­ated with the TP Col­lec­tion of put­ters.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit Tay­lorMadeGolf.com.

off­set to cre­ate a face-bal­anced hang. Both mal­lets fea­ture two 5-gram mov­able weights in the sole for swing weight cus­tomiza­tion.

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