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TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte Putter Review

TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte

The TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte putter is a new addition to the popular range as it adds a heavy blade to the seven options available.

The TP Patina range features the Ardmore 1, Ardmore 2, Ardmore 3DuPage – all four mallets putters – and the blades the Del Monte, Soto and Juno.

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 Del Monte putter:

“Single Bend Shaft allows for an unobstructed view of the face from address.

“8° Toe Hang for a slightly arcing putting stroke.

“Single Sightline provides a clean look at address while enhancing alignment.”

TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte

TaylorMade Del Monte Putter Design

The Del Monte putter is a new addition to the range and provides a large headed blade option for golfers seeking confidence on the putter greens.

It’s a bigger putter head than a standard blade options offered by the Soto and Juno, and will be the ideal solution for golfers seeking a heavier blade putter.

With an 8 degree toe hang, it is best suited to those with a slightly arced putting stroke.

The Del Monte features a single bend shaft for a clean view of the putter head over putts, while a single sightline aids alignment.

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.

TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte

TP sole weights can be adjusted to suit any swing weight and create a putter perfect for any type of putting stroke.

TaylorMade Del Monte Putter Verdict

Fans of large headed blades will certainly love the Del Monte and be saying yes to this model, which is an excellent addition to the range.

It is the perfect choice of putter for golfers seeking a blade, but who need the confidence of a heavier putter head that is more mallet like in its weight.

The Del Monte features all of the technology that appears in the rest of the range, including the Pure Roll face, and is a solid performer. TaylorMade have made a smart move in introducing the heavy blade option to their armoury.

TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte Putter

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina Putters Range Review


Is the TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte putter good?

The Del Monte is a standout new addition to the TP Patina range. Where the options lacked a heavy blade in previous version, it doesn’t anymore. The size of the Del Monte inspires confidence over putts and acts as an ideal medium between golfers who want more from their blade but don’t want to transition to a mallet.

What are the other blades in the TP Patina range?

The Del Monte is joined by the Soto and Juno as the three blade options of the seven TP Patina putters.

How much does the TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte putter cost?

The price of the Del Monte putter varies from retailer to retailer but costs around £219/$273.