The new TaylorMade Spider S putters utilise clever tungsten weighting to maximise forgiveness for greater accuracy and improved distance control

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TaylorMade Spider S Putters Introduced

Set to replace the popular Spider X putter is the Spider S, the latest mallet range from TaylorMade claiming to offer even more stability and forgiveness.

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It does this through use of three high density tungsten weights totaling 150g. Two are positioned in the heel and toe totaling 48g while a tungsten weight bar positioned at the rear helps increase the MOI to over 6,000, making it the most forgiving TaylorMade putter in its 2020 range.

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The rear tungsten bar is customized for each shaft length and head weight. It sits within a high-grade aluminium body for perimeter stability.

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Three short sightlines at the front of the head assist with alignment while the Pure Roll Insert has been made thicker for a better sound and feel. It also features grooves angled at 45° to encourage more forward roll off the face.

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To further increase stability, a black single bend KBS Stepless CT Tour putter shaft comes standard, along with a black Super Stroke Pistol GTR 1.0 grip.

The TaylorMade Spider S putters come in either chalk white or navy colours and go on sale February 7th with an RRP of £299.