The Ghost Spider S is in stores November 1, 2012.
By Rob Sauerhaft
Monday, November 19, 2012

From GOLF Magazine (December, 2012)


This high-MOI putter is the culmination of 16 months of testing  on the PGA Tour. 
Made of a steel frame with an aluminum center section, the Ghost Spider S is 20 
percent smaller than the original Ghost Spider, yet offers similar MOI (stability). 
The Surlyn face insert delivers a softer feel than previous inserts, while its 
grooves promote a forward roll. The black center section flush to the white 
leading edge aids alignment. The 360-gram head has a pair of 2-gram 
removable rear weights.

From GOLF.com

Made of a steel frame with an aluminum center section, the high-MOI putter is 20-percent smaller than the original Ghost Spider yet offers similar MOI numbers (stability). Its "PureRoll" face insert has grooves to promote forward roll while the Surlyn material delivers a softer feel than previous inserts.

The black center section -- flush to the white leading edge -- aids alignment while limiting distractions. The 360-gram head has a pair of 2-gram rear weights. You can purchase weights, up to 16 grams each, to boost head weight to 388 grams.

The Ghost Spider S comes in a face-balanced version for straight-back putting strokes as well as a 30-degree toe-down version for players with a slight arc stroke. The putter ($179) will be at retail stores starting Nov. 1.


 

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