Well, that didn’t take long. It was only a month ago that the existence of the TaylorMade Ghost putter was revealed, and already it has notched its first PGA Tour victory in the hands of Justin Rose, who won the Memorial tournament yesterday.
Justin Rose’s Putter – Rossa Corza Ghost
Rose first in putts per green-in-regulation and second in putts per round (27). He said, “It’s a bit of a pun, but I putted scary good with my new Ghost putter.”
This is reminiscent of another spooky TaylorMade putter, the Spider, which notched a PGA Tour victory in the hands of J.B. Holmes shortly after its debut.
The TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost (that’s its mouthful of an official name) features a white head for maximum contrast with the green, making it very easy to use the leading edge of the face as an alignment aid in tandem with the three black sightlines. It also has a TaylorMade AGSI+ Titallium insert to promote smooth forward roll. The price of the Ghost putter is $159.
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