The new line of TaylorMade putters come in both OS (oversize) and OS CB (oversize and counterbalanced) models, all of which are aimed at players looking for a higher moment of inertia and more stability and forgiveness on the greens.
OS models are built with slightly larger head sizes than standard putters and come in three models — Daytona blade, Monte Carlo mallet, and Spider mallet. Each of the models features contrasting sight lines for easier alignment and an aluminum insert with vertical milling lines that reduce backspin for a smoother roll.
OS models come in 33″, 34″, and 35″ lengths and SuperStroke Mid Slim 2.0 grips. The CB versions of the three models have the same features but even larger, heavier clubheads, 34.5″, 36″, and 38″ lengths, and 130g SuperStroke 2.0 XL-R grips.
TaylorMade OS ($219) and OS CB ($249) putters will be available at retail on March 18, 2016.