TaylorMade Truss Putters Review

Futuristic design makes the TaylorMade Truss putters stand out from the crowd

TaylorMade Truss TB1 Putter

TaylorMade Truss Putters have been released with four unique designs offering golfers “a stability superstructure”.

The leading manufacturer have broken new ground with the launched of the Truss TB1, Truss TB2, Truss TM1 and Truss TM2 putters with what they describe as a “striking hosel design”.

The four design options feature two blades – the TB1 and TB2 – and two mallets – the TM1 and TM2, giving a variety of options who like the look and performance of the Truss putters.

TaylorMade Truss Design

All four putters in the Truss range are heel or centre shafted, and have been designed with a never-before-seen hosel that is triangular in shape.

TaylorMade believe that putters will provide stability like never before, particularly on off-centre strikes, and will prevent twisting at the point of impact.

All four now have a thicker Pure Roll insert, in a striking cobalt blue colour, which combines 45 degree grooves with a softer polymer.

That should help golfers increase topspin and get more forward roll on putts.

TaylorMade Truss TB1 Putter

TaylorMade Truss TB1 Putter

One of two blade options of the TaylorMade Truss putters, the TB1 features the unique hosel and is heel shafted. The Pure Roll insert creates a striking contrast to the chrome putter heads. There is two adjustable sole weights to make it truly adaptable to every type of golfer.

READ: Full Truss TB1 Putter Review

TaylorMade Truss TB2 Putter

TaylorMade Truss TB2 Putter

The TB2 is the second blade option but offers a centre shafted option. It also features the Pure Roll insert and two adjustable sole weights.

READ: Full Truss TB2 Putter Review

TaylorMade Truss TM1 Putter

The TaylorMade TM1 Putter is one of two mallet options, and is the heel shafted option of the two. It has the same look as its sister designs but will be favoured by golfers who like the forgiveness of a mallet.

TaylorMade Truss TM2 Putter

The second of the mallet options, the TM2 is centre shafted and carries all of groundbreaking design features that the rest of the range also enjoy.

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TaylorMade Truss Putters FAQs

Which is the best Truss putter?

All four models are impressive performers. While the design might not to be the tastes of all golfers, the ability to hole more putts will. The differences come in design, with the TB1 and TB2 the blade options and the TM1 and TM2 the mallets.

What are the TaylorMade Truss putters specs?

HoselSightlineToe HangOffsetLengthHead WeightHeel Sole WeightToe Sole WeightLoftLiePure Roll
TB1 Putter
Truss HeelSingle16°Full Shaft33"365g12g20g70°5mm
Truss HeelSingle16°Full Shaft34"355g7.5g15g70°5mm
Truss HeelSingle16°Full Shaft35"345g2.5g10g70°5mm
TB2 Putter
Truss CentreSingleFace BalancedHalf Shaft33"365g20g20g70°5mm
Truss CentreSingleFace BalancedHalf Shaft34"355g15g15g70°5mm
Truss CentreSingleFace BalancedHalf Shaft35"345g10g10g70°5mm
TM1 Putter
Truss HeelSingle10°Full Shaft33"365g12g20g70°5mm
Truss HeelSingle10°Full Shaft34"355g7.5g15g70°5mm
Truss HeelSingle10°Full Shaft35"345g2.5g10g70°5mm
TM2 Putter
Truss CentreSingleFace BalancedHalf Shaft33"365g15g15g70°5mm
Truss CentreSingleFace BalancedHalf Shaft34"355g10g10g70°5mm
Truss CentreSingleFace BalancedHalf Shaft35"345g5g5g70°5mm

How much does the TaylorMade Truss TB2 putter cost?

The price of the TB2 putter varies from retailer to retailer but starts from £229/$281.