Who’s It For?
The TaylorMade Spider family is growing once again in 2022 with the release of the Spider GT putters. Over the last several years, TaylorMade has changed the putting game by emphasizing stability and MOI in modern mallet designs to help golfers maintain excellent putting performance, regardless of where contact is made on the face. The Spider GT series adds to that mission, featuring unique materials and weighting concepts to enhance forgiveness. The Spider GT Notchback Small Slant putter features 30° of toe hang and is best suited for golfers with face rotation in their putting stroke.
The Tech Story
Powering the Spider GT Notchback putters is a classic multi-material shape made of a lightweight 6061 aluminum body and heavy dual-tungsten weights on the perimeter for stability, forgiveness, and distance control. In total the heavy tungsten stability bars weigh 172 grams and are positioned precisely around the back and side of the putter for optimal center of gravity and MOI. For feel, the Spider GT putters feature a PureRoll Insert for improved topspin. This PureRoll insert is made of black TPU urethane with silver aluminum beams at a 45° angle, which delivers that topspin at impact. Finally, the new Fluted Feel shaft includes a softer section five inches from the tip that is designed to enhance feel and increase stability. The Spider GT Notchback Small Bend putter is best suited for golfers with face rotation in their putting strokes.
Facts and Figures
Head Design: Mallet
Available Lengths: 34, 35 inches
Available Colors: Silver
Head Weight: 365 grams (34 inches), 350 grams (35 inches)
Stock Grip: SuperStroke GT 1.0
Standard Loft: 3°
Standard Lie Angle: 70°
Toe Hang: 30°
Available in right- and left-handed
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