TP Mills Klassic Blade Putter Review

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  • RRP £189

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Following on from successful lines made for Spalding and Mizuno, T.P. Mills have created their own line of hand milled putters. 

This new limited line of handcrafted putters features the Klassic, Tradition, Soft-Tail, Fleetwood and One models and are available in both carbon steel (gun blue) and 304 stainless steel.

Unlike most milled putters where loft is cut into the face, making the thickness taper, each model in the Professional Series features a unique Parallel Pocket design, in which pocket thickness is equal with the face of the putter in all directions, making for a more consistent hit.

These unique tour proven designs, famous trademarks, soft lines and meticulous attention to detail make the Professional Series unique. Each putter in this line is hand-milled by David himself. The Mills name, hand-stamped in the pocket of each putter, signifies his personal touch.

The TP Mills Klassic was originally a design made for Tommy Armour III and was used to set the PGA All Time Record Low Score of 254. Anser style putter with a rounded toe and parallel pocket.

The TP Mills Klassic Putter is an anser-style putter with a drop back toe and parallel pocket. Available in both carbon and stainless steel.

Price: £189

Contact: paul@tpmills.co.uk
Website: http://tpmills.co.uk

Weight:  345 grams
Loft: 4 degrees standard
Lie:  71 degrees
Length:  35"

Grip: Golf Pride tour velvet
Headcover: Leather T.P. Mills

Product Information

Left Handed available
Custom-Fit availableNo
Face insertNo
Head TypeBlade

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