TaylorMade TP Patina Putters Review

Seven TaylorMade putters featuring a worn black and copper look

TaylorMade TP Patina Putters

TaylorMade TP Patina putters range includes seven designs feature a mix of blades and mallets.

The TP Patina range includes the Ardmore 1, Ardmore 2, Ardmore 3, DuPage, Del Monte, Soto and Juno putters, all of which have a black nickel and copper colour scheme for an attractive worn look.

The putters, which include a 5mm thicker PureRoll aluminium insert and reduced air pockets behind it to help improve ball striking, have been created to suit various swing weights.

Take a look at the seven TaylorMade TP Patina putters below:

TaylorMade Ardmore 1

The TaylorMade TP Patina Ardmore 1 putter is a classic D-shaped mallet head with a single bend shaft. TaylorMade promise the design “allows for an unobstructed view of the face from address”. The Ardmore 1 is a face-balanced design and is suited to golfers with a straight putting stroke. There is also a double sightline and single dot 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.

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina Ardmore 1 Review

TaylorMade Ardmore 2

Like the Ardmore 1 and Ardmore 3, the TaylorMade Ardmore 2 is a mallet shaped putter. The second of three Ardmore head shapes, however, is a traditional fang design. 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.

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina Ardmore 2 Review

TaylorMade Ardmore 3

The TaylorMade TP Patina Ardmore 3 is a short fang design and it is a popular option favoured by golfers worldwide. The Ardmore 3, which is a mallet like the Ardmore 1 and Ardmore 2, has a different shaft to the other two Ardmore options with a Small Curve Hosel providing a traditional look at address. It is toe hung and suits golfers with an arced putting stroke.

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina Ardmore 3 Review

TaylorMade DuPage

The DuPage putter is one of two new designs in the TP Patina range. TaylorMade have come up with a large mallet head for the DuPage that will help inspire confidence over putts. The face-balanced putter has a single bend shaft and the same design aids and technology that is used throughout the TP Patina range. There is also a long single sightline running down the centre of the mallet head, to aid alignment over putts.

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina DuPage Review

TaylorMade 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. It’s a bigger putter head than a standard blade, and will be the ideal solution for golfers seeking a heavier option. With an 8 degree toe hang, it is best suited to those with an arcing putting stroke.

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina Del Monte Review

TaylorMade Soto

An impressive looking blade, the TaylorMade TP Patina Soto is a majorly toe hung blade putter. The Soto is similarly hung to the Del Monte, but is a traditional blade in design. If you have a significant arc in your putting stroke, the Soto will be suited to your game. It has a huge 47 degree toe hang and a long curve hosel.

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina Soto Review

TaylorMade Juno

The TaylorMade TP Patina Juno putter is another of the toe hung options in the range. It is a blade design and is set to 36 degrees to suit golfers with a 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.

READ: TaylorMade TP Patina Juno Review

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