TaylorMade is supplementing the
success of their High-MOI and counterbalanced putter lines by going back to
basics with the updated (yet markedly traditional) Ghost Tour series.
collection—an overhaul of the original Ghosts, released in 2011—includes seven
new putters (three blades and four mallets), all with TaylorMade’s familiar
race-track ready names. Six of the putters are available now, with a seventh
(the larger Corza mallet) set to join them in November.
Ghosts feature a little more flair than their all-white predecessors, with a
mirrored-black sole and a contrasting black-and-white alignment aid arranged in
parallel lines behind the ball. The face
also got an update: New Ghost Tours have an “8020 PureRoll” insert, made from
80% surlyn and 20% aluminum, which TaylorMade says provides a firmer, more
are available in 33”, 34” and 35” and retail for $150 with a stainless steel
shaft. For an extra $40, you can get that shaft in a matte black finish to help
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