Just in time for the PGA Merchandise Show, Taylormade has introduced their newest putters, the OS and OS CB, which feature an expanded sweet spot and improved alignment system, resulting in a larger, high moment of inertia (MOI). (Click here to check out more TaylorMade putters)
While the OS models have slightly larger head sizes than traditional putters, the OS CB models are even larger in size and feature counterbalance technology to stabilize the putting stroke.
“With the OS putters, we’ve combined thin wall casting technology with a high contrast sight line system for improved alignment in a more stable offering. Everything we do is aimed at making the player better, and in this case, it’s delivering a product line that allows golfers to make more putts," said Clay Long, TaylorMade’s Director of Putter Product Creation, in a release.
Both putter models will be available in one of three styles: Daytona blade, Monte Carlo mallet, and a newly-designed Spider Mallet. While the the look for each is very different, they are distinguished by three distinct toe hang angles for a variety of putting styles. The Daytona hangs at 36 degress, the Monte Carlo at 20 degrees and the Spider is face balanced with no toe hang.
Available on March 18th, all six models in the OS and OS CB putter lineup will be offered for $219 and $249, respectively. The OS putters will be available in 33-, 34- and 35-inch lengths with a SuperStroke Mid Slim 2.0 grip. The OS CB putters are available in 34.5-, 36- and 38- inch lengths with a 13.75” SuperStroke 2.0 XL-R 130g counterbalance grip.