21 October 2010 Last Updated: 21 November 2013

By David Connor, TG Equipment Editor

TaylorMade caused a storm earlier this year when they launched the Corza Ghost mallet putter complete with bright white head - and now they've followed that up with a more traditional-shape Rossa Corza Daytona model.

If you are an eagle-eyed follower of the Tours you'll have noticed several players using a prototype model in recent months. Players such as Sergio Garcia, Scott Verplank, Martin Laird, Jason Day, Peter Hanson, Darren Clarke, Andres Romero and Sean O'Hair have all had a Daytona prototype model in their bags.

The Daytona brings the "calming" white colour and visual alignment aid into a more traditional head shape and has been designed with input from renowned putting coach Dave Stockton.

It also features AGSI®+ (Anti-skid Groove System Insert) Technology. The AGSI+ insert features 14 polymer-filled grooves in the face that "hold" the ball briefly at impact to negate backspin and promote forwardspin for a smoother roll and more accurate results. The AGSI+ insert also delivers superior consistency in forward roll on off-centre hits.

The Rossa Daytona Ghost is available at an RRP of £129

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