For those who like the coolest looking new clubs on the market, you may want to try the TaylorMade Spider Ghost Putter.
The new cheap golf clubs is the latest in the company’s ongoing monster mash-up of the Ghost and Spider franchises. As with all Ghost putters, the white leading edge of the topline is designed to enhance visual contrast for improved alignment reference.
The MOI on the Ghost Spider is higher than any taylormade putters to date, including earlier Ghost putter models. Translation? The Ghost Spider S should be might stable and forgiving on miss-hits. In an interesting note on the putter fitting front, the Ghost Spider S will be available in two hosel configurations that create different balance properties.
A new short-slant hosel option creates a toe-hang balance, intended to match an arcing stroke. When first seeing the taylormade putters 2012, I thought these lines would throw me off and be to busy for me but they really help on keeping the ball aligned and centered on the club.
Rich and more durable white finish eliminates glare, high contrast with turf makes aiming easy. New large performance mallet shape promotes great feel and excellent stability on mis-hits. Out of the box the taylormade putters prices look great. The white finish has almost no gloss at all and to the touch feels like perhaps its some type of powder coating.
I’ve read complaints about the Manta tending to flop open because of the sole design, and I’ve noticed this in standard length versions, but this cheap taylormade putters version soles square and definitely does not flip open like I’ve experienced with its shorter sisters.
For me, the spider theme is a little crazy but I think it has a unique fun look to it. I recommend you to try it.