FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade expands Spider GT putter line with 3 new models

TaylorMade's Spider GT putter expands with 3 new models including a center-shaft and Truss hosel.


The Spider GT putters from TaylorMade have been a hit with professionals and amateurs alike, and to build on that success, TaylorMade has just added three new hosel configuration options to the Spider GT line.

The three new models in the Spider GT family: the GT center shaft, Truss TM1, and Truss TM2 maintain the same high MOI undercarriage that the entire Spider line is well known for with an easy-to-align, high-contrast black top plate with white sightlines.

TaylorMades Truss TM2 TaylorMade Golf

Technology and price

The putters feature a lightweight aluminum top plate/crown and dual steel side weights that position more than 80% of the putter head’s total mass towards the perimeter for enhanced stability.

This extra stability helps keep the ball online when missed around the face while the Pure Roll insert helps create consistent launch and reduced skid off the putter face for better roll on every putter.

Pure Roll insert for better launch conditions TaylorMade Golf

To add even more stability the Truss TM1 and TM2 models have a wider hosel contact point made possible with the Truss hosel to reduce twisting at impact.

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TaylorMade Spider GT putter

The Spider GT feature an open frame multi-material design. Two steel side wings (90g each) push 82% of the putter’s total weight to the perimeter, allowing Spider GT to remain extremely stable on off-center strikes.
Buy now

All three of the new models TaylorMade Spider GT putters maintain the $349 price point as the previous GT models, and are available for order now.

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