TaylorMade Golf introduces MyTP program for custom blade-style putters

TaylorMade Golf introduces MyTP program for custom blade-style putters

No offense to TaylorMade, but as a blade putter user, I've felt a little left in the cold since the dawn of and expansion of their MySpider program. The Spider is their flagship putter, the one that people most associate with the company, so it made sense to create a custom putter line starting with that family of head shapes. However, I'm a blade guy through and through, and I need some toehang in my putter. So myself and golfers like me weren't able to enjoy the fun.

The customs program has since expanded to include Milled Grind wedges, which are excellent, and the Hi-Toe wedge, which is quite fun to use.

Today, they're expanding the putter side of the Custom Shop, creating the MyTP program, which offers the option to customize four different blade-style models in a similar way to the MySpider offerings.

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With MyTP, you can pick from the Soto or Juno heads, both with long-neck options. The Juno features longer, squared-off contours with fine machined lines. The Soto is a shorter, more rounded-looking blade. Both heads feature two movable sole weights and the Pure Roll face insert to encourage less skidding out and a more consistent roll.

The customization options are seemingly endless:

  • Head finish – Classic Silver or Jet Black
  • Hosel– Juno: L neck and long neck; Soto: flow neck and long neck
  • Custom engraving – 4 characters on both the toe and heel bumpers with 12 different paint fills
  • Sight lines – Five different sight lines: no line, single line in cavity, dot on topline, single line on topline and double line in cavity with 12 different paint fills
  • Face insert – Nine different paint options for the Pure Roll
  • TP cavity badge – The TP insignia can feature any of 10 different color options
  • Cavity screws – The weighted screws on the back of the putter blade can feature any of 8 different color options
  • Sole weights finish – Stainless Steel, Gun Metal and Copper
  • TaylorMade weight logo – The TaylorMade logo in the sole weights can feature any of 12 different color options
  • Juno/Soto and TaylorMade logos – The adjacent logos on the sole of the putter can feature any of 12 different color options
  • Shaft color – Classic Chrome and Black

Obviously that's a lot of combinations. The putters can also come in lengths from 32-37 inches, and they come available with a SuperStroke, Lamkin and Golf Pride grip options. Each putter is $325, which is $75 over the price of a stock TP putter. For what you can customize, that's a good bargain.

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