Used TaylorMade TP Reserve B29 Putter
Who’s It For?
The new TaylorMade TP Reserve putters represent the latest premium milled putters from TaylorMade. While the Spider models are typically what come to mind when golfers think of TaylorMade putters, the TP Reserve putters check every box when it comes to premium milled putters. In total, there are three blade models and three mallet models. Adding in various additional neck styles, there are a total of nine TaylorMade TP Reserve putters. The TaylorMade TP Reserve B29 model is a classic blade shape with significant toe hang that best suits golfers with strong arc in their putting strokes.
The Tech Story
The TaylorMade TP Reserve putters are designed for the traditionalist, simplistic golfer. Each model is designed and machined with 303 stainless steel and presents a minimalistic appearance. TP Reserve putters feature refinements to top line thickness, face heights, blade lengths and radius shaping for premium styling and Tour-inspired details. But the performance is excellent as well, thanks largely to machined milled grooves on the face that reduce surface area impacting the ball, for a softer feel and crisp sound. Of note, when golfers are selecting a TP Reserve putter, they need to pay attention to the neck styles. Reserve offers four different fitting options via a combination of shaft and hosel designs for selective toe hangs. The TaylorMade TP Reserve B29 model is a classic blade shape with significant toe hang that best suits golfers with strong arc in their putting strokes.
Facts and Figures
Head Design: Blade
Available Lengths: 33, 34, 35 inches
Head Weight: 345-365 grams
Stock Grip: Black Lamkin Deep Etched Pistol
Standard Loft: 3°
Standard Lie Angle: 70°
Toe Hang: 52 degrees
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