TaylorMade Golf is launching three new putters in its white Corza Ghost series – the TM-110 (blade style), TM-770 (small mallet) and the TM-880 (mid-mallet) – each featuring the brand's distinctive Pure Roll titallium face insert.
The putters were inspired by the success achieved by the Corza Ghost and TM-110 Ghost prototype models, especially in the hands of TaylorMade-adidas Tour Staff professional Justin Rose. All new Ghost series models are engineered with four degrees of loft suggested by PGA Tour coach Dave Stockton who came up with the innovative designs.
“The new Ghost series brings the technology and science behind the white colour and alignment cues from previous models to a wider audience then ever before,” said Stockton. “They're so easy to aim.”
And Stockton says TaylorMade’s patented pure roll face inserts reduce the traditional skid and bounce after impact before forward roll begins. And with four degrees of loft in the face, this, he says, helps to lift the ball from the depression in which it inevitably rests, to assist forward momentum and reduce thye number of putts that tend to come up short.
The construction of the insert is engineered to bring the grooves into direct contact with the ball at impact helping to keep it on a precise line that easier to control.
While the original TaylorMade Corza Ghost malletputter has a circular hole to create secondary alignment and three black alignment lines, the Ghost TM-Tour 110 is a classic blade with weight ports to adjust swingweight for customised lengths.
The new Ghost TM-Tour 770 is a small mallet putter, used by rory Sabbatini to win the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour, while the Ghost TM-Tour 880 is a Mid-mallet putter. Both are white and stand out against green grass, feature 'pure roll' technology and micro swingwieghts.
Recommended price for all the putters in the range is £129.