FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade expands custom offerings with MyTP putter program

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TaylorMade's popular TP putter line is getting the custom treatment.

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TaylorMade’s custom putter offerings are expanding with the introduction of a MyTP putter program for golfers who prefer the look and performance of a blade-style model to that of a mallet. Earlier this year, the equipment manufacturer unveiled the MySpider X program that allowed golfers to mix and match the colors on the head, rear weights, sole plate and insert.

The MyTP follows a similar blueprint with the popular Juno and Soto head styles. From a profile standpoint, the Juno offers sharper edges and bumpers than the Soto, but both feature the same adjustable heel-toe sole weights. (The weights come in three different finishes: stainless steel, gun metal and copper.)

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“More and more golfers want equipment that not only performs at a premium level on course, but speaks to who they are off it,” said Bill Price, TaylorMade’s senior director of product creation, putter and wedge. “The MyTP program gives them the chance to do just that. We’re bringing an extensive level of personalization to a traditional line of blade putters, delivering an ideal blend of the classic and the modern.”

Once a head shape is selected, a golfer can select from two finishes (Classic Silver or Jet Black), hosel-style choices — L Neck or Long Neck (Juno) and Flow Neck or Long Neck (Soto) — five sight lines (no line, single line in cavity, dot on topline, single line on topline and double line in cavity) and 12 different paint fills. It’s an endless array of options.

If that wasn’t enough to bring out your inner gearhead, it’s also possible to choose from nine different Pure Roll insert colors and 10 color options for the TP insignia in the back cavity.

Still want more? The weighted cavity screws (eight different color options), TaylorMade sole weight logos (12 color options) and adjacent logo on the sole (12 color options) can be personalized as well. Two different shaft colors (classic chrome and black) round out the custom offerings.

TaylorMade’s MyTP Juno and Soto retail for $325 and come in length options ranging from 32 to 37 inches.

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Jonathan Wall

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Jonathan Wall is GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com’s Managing Editor for Equipment. Prior to joining the staff at the end of 2018, he spent 6 years covering equipment for the PGA Tour.