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TaylorMade Ghost Tour Black Series Putters

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Clockwise from top left: Ghost Tour Black Daytona; Ghost Tour Black Indy; Ghost Tour Black Monte Carlo; Ghost Tour Black Maranello

The new Ghost Tour Black Series line was inspired by four of TaylorMade's most classic shapes, all of which have been updated with a 13g deep-milled aluminum insert and a more Tour-centric overall aesthetic.

Two blades, the Daytona and the Indy, and two mallets, the Maranello and Monte Carlo, all feature a new glare-resistant PVD coating with a contrasting white alignment aid for added confidence at address. The new aluminum face insert found in each model is designed with a rough surface that provides more feedback than the polymer insert in the original Ghost Tour putters, giving better players more information regarding where on the face a putt is struck.

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From left to right: Ghost Tour Black Daytona; Ghost Tour Black Indy; Ghost Tour Black Maranello; Ghost Tour Black Monte Carlo.

To make the Ghost Tour Black Series even more appealing to better players, all four models are available with the choice of a standard Golf Pride rubber grip ($139.99) or a SuperStroke mid-slim 2.0 grip ($159.99) in 33", 34", and 35" lengths.

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Clockwise from top left: Ghost Tour Black Daytona; Ghost Tour Black Indy; Ghost Tour Black Maranello; Ghost Tour Black Monte Carlo

“With Ghost Tour Black, we've taken tour-proven, classic designs and updated them with an all-new milled aluminum insert to give golfers precise auditory feedback," said Clay Long, TaylorMade's Director of Putter Product Creation. “These putters have been meticulously engineered to deliver golfers the sound, feel and performance sought by the best players in the world."

The Ghost Tour Black Series putters will be available at retail on March 20.

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