Watch How Jason Day's Custom TaylorMade Putter Was Made

Tuesday September 1st, 2015
Jason Day celebrates his six-stroke victory at the Barclays at Plainfield CC in Edison, N.J.
Getty Images/Ross Kinnaird

Jason Day’s putter has received a lot of attention over the last few weeks. A custom-built TaylorMade Ghost Itsy Bitsy Spider, the club isn’t readily available to the public, but thanks to TaylorMade we’ve got an in-depth look at exactly how it was made.

For the 2014-15 PGA Tour season, Day ranks second in strokes gained putting and putting average and ninth in putting from inside 10 feet. He is also first in putting from outside 25 feet. During his victory at Plainfield CC last week, Day led the field in strokes gained putting, was second in total putting and third in putting average.

Check out the video below for a behind-the-scenes look at what it took to build Day’s putter in the TaylorMade Ghost lab.

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