The TaylorMade TP Patina Juno putter is one of seven designs in the new range. The Juno is also available on the Hydro Blast series too.
All seven TP Patina designs have a black nickel and copper colour scheme for an attractive worn look, while the Hydro Blast is a more classic look. They are jam-packed with the latest technology to help you hole more putts.
What TaylorMade says about the Juno putter:
“Juno is a blade-style putter with exceptional feel. Shaped with squared and compact contours, Juno’s appearance mirrors its precise mechanical construction.
“A short, single sightline on top provides simple alignment, while two 10g weights in the sole aid in the putter’s overall stability.
“Juno also features a slight toe hang and a full shaft offset to fit the stroke of golfers who prefer to release the toe through impact.
“A new patina finish that combines black nickel and copper to create a reveal on the edges and sole of the putter. This patina finish creates a rich, clean, and unique look that oxidizes over time.”
TaylorMade TP Patina Juno Putter Design & Features
The TaylorMade Juno putter is one of the toe hung options in the range.
It is a blade design and is set to 36 degrees to suit golfers with a slight arced putting stroke.
The putter has an L-shaped hosel for a true classic look that will make it attractive to golfers seeking a high performing traditional flat stick.
The design of the putter promotes an enhanced hand position over putts to hole more putts.
There is also a single sightline running down the centre of the blade head, to aid alignment over putts.
When it comes to technology, 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.
Verdict: Is the TaylorMade TP Patina Juno putter any good?
The Juno is a classic blade putter that will appeal to a number of golfers of different abilities.
It is pleasing on the eye, looks very pleasant at address over the ball with an excellent classic and copper look that is different to many of the modern putters.
If you are in the market for a new putter, the TP Patina Juno won’t break the bank and is a decent option to consider.
How much does the TaylorMade TP Patina Juno putter cost?
The Juno putter originally retailed at around $250 / £200 but is now available at $200 / £165.
Is the TaylorMade Juno a good putter?
The Juno model in one of TaylorMade’s best performing and most popular blade putters. There is a lot to like about this traditional blade look from performance to the looks.
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