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The Story Behind TaylorMade Spider Tour Putters

The Story Behind TaylorMade Spider Tour Putters

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Right now on the PGA Tour the hottest putter out there is the TaylorMade Spider Tour. Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jon Rahm, etc are all using one of the models. THP TV wanted to go behind the scenes and get the details on how the putter came to be, what makes each model […]

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SeeMore Mini Giant Deep Flange Putter Review

SeeMore Mini Giant Deep Flange Putter Review

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In 2017, SeeMore is making an effort to keep evolving the “Giant” line of high MOI takes on their classic headshapes with the Mini Giant Deep Flange. While the name itself is a mouthful, the goal is to offer a size/profile that is not as extreme as its Giant brethren, and through that possibly appeal […]

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2017 Toulon Design Putters Preview

2017 Toulon Design Putters Preview

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When Toulon Design was launched at the PGA Merchandise Show in 2016, there was a lot of buzz surrounding the company. Part of that was because the putters that were launched told a technology story different than what had been done in the past and part of that was because the history that Sean Toulon […]

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Odyssey O-Works Putter Review

Odyssey O-Works Putter Review

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When you think about inserts in putters, the brand Odyssey has been at the forefront in the space for two decades. Not too many tournaments at the highest level go by, without seeing the iconic white face adorned on a flat stick rolling in some crucial putts. The O-Works line being introduced today, may change […]

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Evnroll ER2 Putter Review    

Evnroll ER2 Putter Review    

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Take a stroll through the putter section of a local golf shop and chances are there will be a large variety of putters that feature a grooved faced. One of the very early adopters of grooved faces was Guerin Rife, and in 2015 he founded Evnroll, a new putter company with some interesting technology to […]

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Sentio Putters Review

Sentio Putters Review

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It has been long discussed on THP that putters, despite seeming so simple on their surface, are an area where ample creativity and advancements can be made through a plethora of size, shape, and material alterations. Sentio Putters entered the market in 2016 with a visually and technologically different take on the insert putter, and […]

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Cleveland Golf 2135 Cero Putter Review

Cleveland Golf 2135 Cero Putter Review

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Bolstering the 2135 lineup, Cleveland Golf has introduced the Elevado, Mezzo, and Cero mallet putters.  They are each unique to the 2135 lineup in shape, and have a tremendous amount of weight applied to the appropriate locations in order to produce exceptional roll and consistency.  According to Cleveland, “each design is clean with a few […]

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Callaway Acquires Toulon Design

Callaway Acquires Toulon Design

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Back in January, THP introduced you to a new brand from former TaylorMade Executive Sean Toulon called Toulon Design. Over the past six months or so, there have been a number of stories on THP about Toulon Design including one of the best golf podcasts done to date on The Golf Industry Uncut. The talk […]

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Cleveland Golf Huntington Beach Collection Putter Review

Cleveland Golf Huntington Beach Collection Putter Review

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In 2016 Cleveland Golf is once again including in their putter lineup a face milled putter at a very reasonable price point. While in the past this line was known as the “Classic Collection”, a heavy redesign has brought with it a name change, the Huntington Beach Collection. The line features three different head-shapes, and […]

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Cleveland TFi 2135 Elevado Putter Review

Cleveland TFi 2135 Elevado Putter Review

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When standing over a putt there are always a multitude of things which can change, consciously and subconsciously, to create variables that hinder the ability to create consistency. Perhaps the number one place this happens is general alignment to the intended line at address. Last year, Cleveland Golf introduced their outside the box answer to […]

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