TaylorMade, the Basingstoke-based golf equipment distributors, has introduced a new lines of putters - the Rossa Core Classics - featuring four popular clubhead shapes, the Daytona and Lambeau blades and the Fontana and Suzuka mallets.
Key to the new putters are soft stainless steel heads with a Tuscan nickel finish and an AGSI+ face insert for more feel from modern two-piece balls, favoured by mid-handicappers.
Bret Wahl, TaylorMade's senior director of iron and putter creation, also says that the AGSI+ technology promotes forward spin for a smoother roll.
All models, priced at £89, are available from October in right-handed versions with the Daytona also available for left-handers.
Costing £139, it's highly rated in its forgiveness and offers golfers the option to customise feel by changing the weights to make the putterhead heavier or lighter.
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