Dustin Johnson switches back to TaylorMade TP Juno putter

Dustin Johnson reverts back to his older TaylorMade TP Juno blade for Northern Trust title defence.

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Thu, 23 Aug 2018

Dustin Johnson got off to a solid start in his title defence at The Northern Trust - the first FedEx Cup Playoffs event - and he did so with the TaylorMade TP Juno putter that he used to win the tournament last year.


Johnson has chopped and changed with his putters in recent months, most notably switching between a TaylorMade Spider and new Spider Mini in differing alignment designs and colours. 

But the world number one has this week resorted back to the Anser-blade style TP Juno putter that served him well in this very tournament 12 months ago.

Aside from making a disastrous treble-bogey on the 17th in the first round, Johnson hit a 4-under 67 to lie on the first page of the leaderboard, ranking inside the top 10 in strokes-gained putting (3.242) and putts per greens in regulation (1.5). 

TaylorMade says the TP Juno putter is perfect for golfers who prefer to release the toe at impact with a full shaft offset and precise mechanical construction.

Its squared and compact design has been made from a milled 303 stainless steel head with tour satin finish for the ultimate look and feel.

The putter has a pure insert for a better roll and has adjustable sole weights to set the up the putter for your perfect playable swing weight.

Johnson was also spotted testing out new adidas Golf Tour 360 spikeless shoes earlier this week - shoes that are reportedly coming out in 2019. Johnson has never previously worn a spikeless shoe on Tour. Check them out here