TaylorMade's latest range of putters, the OS and OS CB, have been designed with stability and forgiveness in mind to help all players hole more putts.
OS stands for oversized and both the OS and OS CB (Counter Balanced) have a larger headed, High MOI design that gives an expanded sweet spot for better performance.
As we've come to expect from TaylorMade both the OS (above) and OS CB (below) come in three popular tour proven styles: Daytona, Monte Carlo and Spider.
The Daytona model is a blade style putter that has a toe hang of 36°, the Monte Carlo has a mallet head with a toe hang of 20°, whilst the Spider Mallet is face balanced with no toe hang.
The Spider has been re-designed for the OS and OS CB series and now has square trailing weight pads to further increase stability as well as a newly styled front blade.
All three models feature a distinctive raised contrasting red sight line to make the putters easier to line up at address as well as a deep-milled 6061 aluminium face insert which has been vertically milled to reduce backspin for improved roll and a softer feel at impact.
The OS Counter Balanced models have a darker styling and are larger than their OS counterparts for even higher MOI and stability. The counter balance is achieved by utilising the SuperStroke 2.0 XL-R 130g counterbalance grip to help players looking for further assistance in maintaining a smooth putting stroke. The grip is 13.75" long and the putters are available in 34.5”, 36” and 38” lengths.
The TaylorMade OS putters come in 33”, 34” and 35” lengths with a SuperStroke Mid Slim 2.0 grip.