TaylorMade Spider FCG putter out now!

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The TaylorMade Spider FCG putter aims to convert blade users to a mallet.

“Looks like a mallet, feels like a blade, forgives like a Spider,” is the tagline as TaylorMade add another model to the hugely successful Spider family.

TaylorMade's Spider FCG has a copper PureRoll insert and True Path sightline.

Ever since Jason Day shot to World No.1 with his red Spider Tour, TaylorMade have told the world that mallets are more forgiving than blades, and thanks to their slant neck technology (which creates toe hang) mallets can now suit blade fans, too.

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Rory McIlroy has seen the light with his Spider X, as has blade stalwart Dustin Johnson, but TaylorMade aim to convince the world to make the change with the Spider FCG.

TaylorMade's Spider FCG putter has three hosel options.

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Like a blade, the new model has 70% of its body weight at the front of the head, meaning the centre of gravity is just 11mm behind the face. It’s more like 35mm in the Spider X.

TaylorMade say this makes it possible for players to get the same feel and balance they expect from a blade with the more forgiving results of a mallet.

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The TaylorMade Spider FCG is packed with tech.

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The Spider FCG's copper Pure Roll provides a firmer feel and sound while increasing topspin and improving forward roll on the golf ball, while the new True Path sightline makes alignment easy.

Other than providing Rory McIlroy to putt for you, there's little else TaylorMade can do to help you hole more.

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TaylorMade's Spider FCG putter is available now, priced £299