TaylorMade Golf today announced an entirely new collection of Ghost Tour Series putters with the release of seven Tour-proven shapes – each one a work of art engineered to deliver great feel, alignment aid and a smooth, accurate roll.
The Ghost Tour Series line-up, already in play on Tours worldwide, consists of three blade-style putters (Daytona 12, Daytona 62 and Sebring 62) and four mallets (Maranello 81, Fontana 72, Monte Carlo 12 and Corza 72).
TaylorMade industrial designers and product development experts have seen great results with high-MOI and counterbalanced putters, and with the Ghost Tour Series they have forged a collection of putters that appeals to golfers who prefer traditional putter shapes. At the same time, TaylorMade has created a line-up that is aesthetically pleasing in its detailed design.
“We spent a full year perfecting every detail on our Ghost Tour putters, making each one a thing of beauty, elegance and excellence,” said Brian Bazzel, TaylorMade’s director of iron, wedge and putters development. “Golfers will be blown away when they set each of these putters down for the first time, and again when they experience the performance.”
Aesthetically, golfers will notice the craftsmanship that each Ghost Tour series model provides. All models feature a premium black ion plating on the sole as well as a coat of durable white paint to provide contrast benefits against the green. The strong black parallel lines on the trailing edge form the first and second read alignment system to further reinforce accurate alignment.
Yet another new feature in this series is a multi-material 8020 PureRoll insert (80% Surlyn/20% aluminum) to promote smooth roll, keen distance control and a profound feel. Additionally, each model features a chrome stepless shaft and a Tour-preferred TaylorMade rubber grip.
Ghost Tour Series putters are available at an RRP of £119, 159€, 1.399SEK, 1.295NOK, 1.299DKK and 189CHF and offered in lengths of 33”, 34” and 35”. Retail availability for the Ghost Tour Series begins 15th September 2013.
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