TaylorMade TP Reserve Putters Review (9 NEW Milled Models For 2023)

Four traditional blades and five mallet designs feature in the range.

TaylorMade TP Reserve Putters

TaylorMade TP Reserve putters have been launched for 2023 with six different models and nine putters in the first milled range from the leading manufacturer.

The TP Reserve range has four traditional blades – the B11, B13, B29 and B31 – as well as five mallet designs in the shape of the M21, M27, M33, M37 and M47.

Unlike previous TaylorMade putters featuring the True Roll insert, the new TP Reserve range has a milled face with grooves to create a high performing option to rival the likes of Scotty Cameron.

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What TaylorMade says about the TP Reserve putters range:

“TaylorMade firmly plants its flag in the world of premium milled putters with TP Reserve.

“Known as a leader in high-performance mallets and innovation, this collection expands our reach across the full landscape of putter design.

TaylorMade TP Reserve Putters

“Made to meet the demands of golfers who expect best-in-class sound and feel. Machined face grooves deliver the finest performance for the most discerning players.

“The sole purpose of 303 stainless steel is milling. The responsive metal creates premium feel and timeless looks.

“Every TP Reserve putter is precision balanced to optimize swing weight and feel based on the length of the putter.”

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TaylorMade TP Reserve B11 Putter

One of two B1 series models, the B11 putter is a traditional blade with a natural squared edges look to the head.

This putter has a slightly longer profile from heel to toe compared to the Juno that was part of the TP Patina and TP Collection ranges.

TaylorMade TP Reserve B11 Putter

TaylorMade have opted for an extremely thin machined topline of just 8mm to accompany the new milled face on the 303 stainless steel putter head.

Designed to suit an arced putting stroke, the B11 putter features a L-Neck hosel design and has a dominant single black alignment line.

It comes with two 5g sole weights, which are interchangeable to suit personal weight preferences, in the toe and heel.

TaylorMade TP Reserve B13 Putter

The B13 is another of the Tour-inspired designs with this putter near identical to the B11 but with one notable difference.

The B13 blade features a small slant hosel to create 57 degrees of toe hang for an alternative setup.

TaylorMade TP Reserve B13 Putter

Otherwise, the B13 is identical to the B11 including the new milled face and grooves featured for the first time on the 303 stainless steel putter.

The single 8mm topline creates an unfussy look at address and the black sightline gives an alignment aid to sink those putts.

It comes with two 5g sole weights, which are interchangeable to suit personal weight preferences, in the toe and heel.

TaylorMade TP Reserve B29 Putter

The B2 series differs from the B1 models thanks to more smooth and flowing lines to the putter head including this new B29.

A successor to the TP Soto that has proven so popular for Collin Morikawa, the B29 has the classic blade look but with soft edges compared to the B11 and B13.

TaylorMade TP Reserve B29 Putter

TaylorMade have achieved that by factoring machined bumpers into the design and opting for a flow neck hosel and 52 degrees of toe hang.

The putter provides exceptional feel from the new milled face and grooves, which replace TaylorMade’s True Roll insert into this premium 303 stainless steel design.

The topline is kept to a thin 8mm, the alignment aid is present in this model and the 5g sole weights are also included and can be swapped for heavier alternatives if required.

TaylorMade TP Reserve B31 Putter

The B31 is the largest profile of the four blade options in the series and is redesigned version of popular TP Del Monte.

TaylorMade have taken away weight from the centre of the face and added it to the wings of the heel and toe areas to create a perfectly balanced blade.

Moving the weighting to the perimeter of the blade has helped increase the MOI and enhance the forgiveness compared to previous versions, with the putter head also 6mm longer than the Del Monte at 110mm.

TaylorMade TP Reserve B31 Putter

This slightly altered design also differs by the inclusion of sole plate to help with feel and sound from the larger 303 stainless steel putter head.

The two interchangeable sole weights are also present, along with a milled and grooved face and a slightly elongated sightline on this larger clubhead.

The B31 has a classic L-neck hosel and has a moderate 34 degrees of toe hang.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M21 Putter

One of two mallets in the M2 Series, the design of the M21 has been based on the TP Bandon putter and has a familiar fang look to it.

Very pleasing on the eye, the M21 putter has soft edges and curves to the mallet back with the wings slightly arced for an unobtrusive yet confidence-inspiring look.

The M21 has a high MOI and maximum forgiveness on the greens to help keep that putter head square through impact and roll more putts to the bottom of the cup.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M21 Putter

This model has an L-neck hosel and just 21 degrees of toe hang and favours a straight back and through putting stroke.

The 303 stainless steel face features the new milled grooves, while the wings also have milling added for a complete look.

The M21 mallet has a sole plate for improve sound and feel, two interchangeable 5g sole weights and a large alignment line on the top of the head.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M27 Putter

An alternative version of the M21, but the M27 has a single bend hosel and offers a different setup options to its sister model.

The single bend is shorter in length, allowing it to be positioned closer to the putter head and reduce offset and toe hang (just 10 degrees).

TaylorMade TP Reserve M27 Putter

Also being crafted from the TP Bandon, the M27 is high on MOI and provides maximum forgiveness whether from distance or over those tricky three footers.

The curved wings and soft edges make this mallet incredibly pleasing on the eye, particularly the milling added to the fangs as well as the 303 stainless steel face.

The M27 mallet also has a premium sole plate for improve sound and feel, two interchangeable 5g sole weights and a large alignment line on the top of the head.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M33 Putter

The M3 series is the new design in the range with a circular mallet produced by TaylorMade including the TP Reserve M33 putter.

The mallet is an interesting shape and slightly more round that other similar large mallet heads that have been sold by other rivals.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M33 Putter

Of the mallets, the M33 has the most toe hang at 33 degrees ad features a small slant hosel for a neat look at address.

The putter has a large sole plate for optimising sound and feel from the milled 303 stainless steel face, as well as two 7.5g sole weights which can be replaced or changed to adapt your preferred weight.

The M33 has a centre alignment aid on the topline as well as two more on the rear back cavity of the mallet at the width of ball.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M37 Putter

The second of the new designs, the M37 differs from the M33 because it has a short-length single bend hosel.

This hosel design has allowed TaylorMade to move the bend closer to the putter head, reduce offset and increase forgiveness in the process.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M37 Putter

The M37, as a result, has much less toe hang at just 12 degrees and suits a much straight putting stroke.

Otherwise, the M37 is identical to the M33 with the milled grooved face on the 303 stainless steel putter head and milling on the outside edges.

You also got the single alignment aid and two more on the back of the cavity of the putter, sole plate for feel and weights for adaptability.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M47 Putter

There is just one putter in the M4 range and it is the M47 mallet, another rounded mallet although with less of a footprint than the M3 series.

Slightly shorter from front to back, this model instead has more width from heel to toe and has been designed with additional tiered thickness along the outside edges.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M47 Putter

It has allowed TaylorMade to keep weight towards the perimeter and maximise the MOI and forgiveness from the putter, which is the most classic looking of the mallets.

Featuring a single bend shaft, the M47 is fitted with a sole plate for the best feel as well as the two interchangeable sole weights for balance.

The 303 stainless steel putter head features the new milled groove face and is accompanied by one long alignment sight line across the entire cavity.

Verdict: Are TaylorMade TP Reserve putters any good?

TaylorMade enter new ground with this 2023 range as they unveil milled faces for the first time to add premium putters to their offering.

The Pure Roll face insert is gone and in its place is a grooved milled face. That won’t be for everyone but these are premium options that will suit talented golfers.

Some of the TaylorMade classics have been included in the new designs and overall this is an impressive first foray into the milled putter sector.

FAQs

What is the TaylorMade TP Reserve putters release date?

The new putters were released for general sale in June 2023.

How much do the TaylorMade TP Reserve putters cost?

The putters will retail at $399 / £319.