What we say...
TaylorMade TP Collection Juno Putter Review: You should know
TaylorMade’s first putters to be created from 303 stainless steel, so you get exactly the same flatsticks the tour pros play. Skim milling and a tour satin finish give a really crisp appearance at address, new 45 face grooves and a 6061 aluminium face insert ensure putts skid less and start rolling quicker.
TaylorMade TP Collection Juno Putter Review: We say
TaylorMade blade putters have never quite registered the same success on tour or in club golfers hands as their Spider designs, it doesn’t mean they won’t keep trying though. The TP Collection are all cast then skim milled so you get a very sharp and clean appearance at address and it means the putter doesn’t need to be painted so you get a top quality look and finish. We’d love to say the new 45deg grooved face insert made a huge difference and got putts rolling quicker and smoother but in reality any change was difficult to spot with the naked eye. We loved the new Lamkin grip, its pistol shape with sharp edges, traditional size and a flat front drew plenty of compliments from all three testers, making it really easy to tell when the putter face was square.
TaylorMade TP Collection Juno Putter Review: Verdict
Even though the Juno is beautifully made and finished if you sat it down amongst a line of blade putters it would struggle to stand out. Just because there’s so much competition. The slightly lower price compared to a milled Scotty or Bettinardi is fair and reflective of the head not being 100% milled, if we’re honest most golfers would struggle to feel the difference.