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Equipment: TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter

TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter

TaylorMade says it's new Ghost Spider S putter is a revolution in mallet performance when it comes to control and feel.

Ghost Spider S delivers an off-the-charts MOI measurement of 6,030, dramatically higher than previous TaylorMade mallets like the Ghost Manta (4,900) and Corza Ghost (3,830). The exceptionally high MOI makes Ghost Spider S extremely stable on off-center hits, and it also makes it easier to control the head and square the face to the ball at impact, a key benefit that has been consistently called out by the Tour pros who have put it in play.

Ghost Spider S's multi-material head (aluminum and steel) combines a white-colored steel-frame perimeter and top-line with a new, tour-inspired, non-transition black crown. The contrast between the white leading edge and black crown makes it easier to focus your eyes on the topline, making it easier to aim accurately.

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In addition to the standard hosel, the Ghost Spider S will also be available in a Tour-inspired "short slant" hosel designed for the player who swings on an arc. Unlike the standard hosel, which promotes a straight back-straight thru swing path, the short-slant is toe-weighted to broaden the scope of players who can benefit from the performance characteristics of the Ghost Spider S.

The Ghost Spider S standard model is available for a suggested retail price of US$179 in standard length and US$199 in a belly model. The Ghost Spider S featuring the "short slant" hosel will be available in December.

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