Taylomade Corza Ghost Tour Mallet Putter Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    Three alignment aids, as well as an innovative ball hole at the back of the head, it’s easy to see why so many people trust it.

  • RRP £129

What we say...

TaylorMade shocked golf with the launch of its revolutionary Spider, designed with a high moment of inertia for forgiveness. A few years of refinement followed, and a putter born of that process is the Corza Ghost. Featuring three alignment aids, as well as an innovative ball hole at the back of the head, it’s easy to see why so many people trust it.

Andrew canned all five from six feet, and recorded 4/5 from the longer distance. Paul wasn’t overly keen on the white looks, but felt the soft insert helped the ball roll well. Pro James said this should be seriously considered by pretty much every level of golfer because of the results it generated.

Ratings (out of 5)

Looks: 4.0  Feel: 4.2  Confidence: 4.0  Putts holed: 3.0  Putts lagged: 3.8

The Ghost Tour range of putters give a new concept to putter design with a White finish to focus on the putter head against the green of the putting surface. It also features three black, easy-to-see alignment lines, a circular hole creates a vivid secondary alignment aid. The PureRoll face promotes forward spin for smooth roll, while a matching headcover and two year warranty also add to the benefits. 

Contact: www.taylormadegolf.eu or 08000 728 624

Product Information

Left Handed availableYes
Custom-Fit availableYes
Face insertYes
Head TypeMallet

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