Thursday, May 06, 2010

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — TaylorMade debuted the new Ghost line of putters last week in Charlotte, N.C., during the Quail Hollow Championship. In a release sent to members of the media, only one model—the Rossa Corza—was highlighted, but several Ghost putters could be found at the practice green at TPC Sawgrass this week.
One of the most interesting was the Kia Ma Daytona shown below. A classic Anser-style blade, it features three adjustable weight ports in the heel and toe areas, a single sightline and a plumber's neck.

Also available was this Kia Ma Fontana (below), a mid-size mallet with two adjustable weight ports in the heel and toe areas and a single-bend neck.

The Daytona Ghost (below) has three sight lines and golf-ball size hole in the rear section like the Corza Ghost to help with aiming the face properly.

TaylorMade plans to have the Ghost line of putters in pro shops starting in June. See-Try-Buy: Learn more about TaylorMade clubs, and schedule your fitting with GolfTEC. Related: Follow David Dusek on Twitter

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