TaylorMade has unveiled its new OS and OS CB putters, featuring a larger sweet spot and upgraded alignment system.
The OS models have slightly larger heads than traditional putters, while the OS CB models are larger still. Both boast high MOIs for stability and forgiveness.
The two versions are available in three styles; Daytona blade, Monte Carlo mallet and a newly-designed Spider Mallet featuring square trailing weight pads and a newly styled front blade.
The Daytona blade has a 36 degree toe hand angle, compared to the Monte Carlo’s is 20 degree, while the Spider is balanced and therefore has no toe hang.
The OS putters are designed to be easier to line up than traditional blades, and feature a deep-milled 6061 aluminium insert, which has been vertically milled to reduce backspin.
The Daytona and Monte Carlo models feature skim-milled surfaces to improve aesthetics.
“With the OS putters, we’ve combined thin wall casting technology with a high contrast sight line system for improved alignment in a more stable offering,” said Clay Long, TaylorMade’s Director of Putter Product Creation.
“Everything we do is aimed at making the player better, and in this case, it’s delivering a product line that allows golfers to make more putts.”
Available: 19 February
Price: £179 (OS) £199 (OS CB)
Lengths: 33” ,34”, 35” (OS) 34.5”, 36”, 28” (OS CB)
Grip: SuperStroke Mid Slim 2.0 (OS) 13.75” SuperStroke 2.0 XL-R 130g counterbalance (OS CB)