The TaylorMade TP Patina Ardmore 2 putter is one of seven designs in the new range released in 2019.
All seven designs are jam-packed with the latest technology to help you hole more putts, and have a black nickel and copper colour scheme for an attractive worn look.
What TaylorMade says about the Ardmore 2 putter:
“(A) Single Bend Shaft (in the Ardmore 2) allows for an unobstructed view of the face from address.
“(The) Face-Balanced design (is best) for those with a straight-back and straight-through putting stroke.
“(A) Double Sightline frames the ball at address, while the dot provides alignment to centre of the face.”
TaylorMade TP Patina Ardmore 2 Design
Like the Ardmore 1 and Ardmore 3, the TaylorMade Ardmore 2 is a mallet shaped putter and one of four in total in the range.
The second of three Ardmore head shapes is a traditional long fang design and carries the classic look of this style of putters.
TaylorMade have worked hard at improving the TP Patina range with a thicker PureRoll aluminium insert increased in size by 5mm and air pockets reduced behind the insert to help ball striking.
In addition, the Ardmore 2 has been designed as a face balanced putter with a single bend shaft and features a double sightline and single dot to aid alignment over putts.
As with all of the TP Patina range, TP sole weights can be adjusted to suit any swing weight and create a putter perfect for any type of putting stroke.
TaylorMade Ardmore 2 Putter Verdict
The Ardmore 2 is an impressive putter that fans of long fang-style head shapes will love – particularly if you have a straight back and through putting stroke to which it is best suited.
The balance offered by this model helps inspired confidence over putters from close range as well as long putts, as does the double sightline aid for alignment
The Ardmore 2 is matches in performance across the range, but this should be your choice if the long fang style is what suits your game. Alternatively, the Ardmore 3 offers a shorter fang look.
What TaylorMade TP Patina putter is the best?
All seven models are very impressive. You can expect the same performance from all TP Patina putters – it is just a case of finding the design that suits your putting stroke. The Ardmore 1, Ardmore 2, Ardmore 3 and DuPage are mallets and the blade options are the Del Monte, Soto and Juno.
Is the TP Patina Ardmore 2 a good putter?
The TaylorMade Ardmore 2 putter is very good, as is the complete TP Patina range. The classic fang design putter heads makes the Ardmore 2 a very forgiving putter, and the adjustable weights and Pure aluminium roll face means you get exceptional performance on the greens.
How much does the Ardmore 2 putter cost?
The price of the Ardmore 2 putter varies from retailer to retailer but costs around £219/$273.