The TaylorMade TP Mullen, an understated midsize mallet putter, is one of six models in the company’s new classic TP line unveiled today during a media event at the Philadelphia Cricket Club in Pennsylvania.
Each putter is named for a town or region where a famed golf course resides — in this case, Mullen, Neb. (Sand Hills GC). The heads are made from 303-stainless steel and machined for a rich look.
A “Pure Roll” insert, which combines grooves that are angled down with a soft polymer, helps create more topspin for a smooth roll. The Mullen comes standard with two removable five-gram weights on the sole. However, players can fine-tune feel (weight kits are available online).
The TP series includes another midsize mallet called the Berwick, plus two blades — the Juno and Soto — which have two removable 10-gram weights in the sole. All four models will be in stores December 1st, while two full-size mallets, the Ardmore and the Chaska, will be available in Spring 2017. $200 with Lamkin SINK grip; $220 with SuperStroke GT 1.0 grip.