TaylorMade Spider Blade Putter

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TaylorMade Spider Blade Putter 2013

The 2013 TaylorMade Spider Blade Putter features a Super-High MOI in a Perimeter-weighted Blade for the most stable blade-style putter TaylorMade has ever made! Offers a similar leap in stability and forgiveness offered by TaylorMade's spider putters but in heel-toe weighted blade putter. With a head construction of 11 parts made of 8 materials including 304 stainless steel, 17-4 stainless steel, aluminum, 3M Foam, tungsten, polycarbonate, Surlyn and TPU allowed TaylorMade to reduce the weight out of the center of the head more than ever before in any blade putter they have made. This has distributed it to the heal and toe to create the high MOI in the Spider Blade Putter. The head is counterbalanced with a 130-gram, twice as heavy as any typical putter grip, this counterbalancing increases MOI so it is 50% more stable than a traditional putter. This makes it easier to keep the head stable and on it's intended path for more accurate putting. Two lengths, 38 and 35" with the idea being to grip the club as you would a normal-length putter, with two or three inches of the butt-end of the grip extended above your hands, which gives you the maximum benefit of counterbalancing. Thus, if you normally play a 35" putter you should opt for the 38"; if you play a 33" putter should use the 35"; if you play a 34" putter you can experiment with both the 35 and 38" to find which you prefer.

TaylorMade Spider Blade Putter 2013

The 2013 TaylorMade Spider Blade Putter features a Super-High MOI in a Perimeter-weighted Blade for the most stable blade-style putter TaylorMade has ever made!

Offers a similar leap in stability and forgiveness offered by TaylorMade's spider putters but in heel-toe weighted blade putter. With a head construction of 11 parts made of 8 materials including 304 stainless steel, 17-4 stainless steel, aluminum, 3M Foam, tungsten, polycarbonate, Surlyn and TPU allowed TaylorMade to reduce the weight out of the center of the head more than ever before in any blade putter they have made. This has distributed it to the heal and toe to create the high MOI in the Spider Blade Putter.

The head is counterbalanced with a 130-gram, twice as heavy as any typical putter grip, this counterbalancing increases MOI so it is 50% more stable than a traditional putter. This makes it easier to keep the head stable and on it's intended path for more accurate putting.

Two lengths, 38 and 35" with the idea being to grip the club as you would a normal-length putter, with two or three inches of the butt-end of the grip extended above your hands, which gives you the maximum benefit of counterbalancing. Thus, if you normally play a 35" putter you should opt for the 38"; if you play a 33" putter should use the 35"; if you play a 34" putter you can experiment with both the 35 and 38" to find which you prefer.

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TaylorMade Spider Blade Putter 2013

The 2013 TaylorMade Spider Blade Putter features a Super-High MOI in a Perimeter-weighted Blade for the most stable blade-style putter TaylorMade has ever made!

Offers a similar leap in stability and forgiveness offered by TaylorMade's spider putters but in heel-toe weighted blade putter. With a head construction of 11 parts made of 8 materials including 304 stainless steel, 17-4 stainless steel, aluminum, 3M Foam, tungsten, polycarbonate, Surlyn and TPU allowed TaylorMade to reduce the weight out of the center of the head more than ever before in any blade putter they have made. This has distributed it to the heal and toe to create the high MOI in the Spider Blade Putter.

The head is counterbalanced with a 130-gram, twice as heavy as any typical putter grip, this counterbalancing increases MOI so it is 50% more stable than a traditional putter. This makes it easier to keep the head stable and on it's intended path for more accurate putting.

Two lengths, 38 and 35" with the idea being to grip the club as you would a normal-length putter, with two or three inches of the butt-end of the grip extended above your hands, which gives you the maximum benefit of counterbalancing. Thus, if you normally play a 35" putter you should opt for the 38"; if you play a 33" putter should use the 35"; if you play a 34" putter you can experiment with both the 35 and 38" to find which you prefer.

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