TaylorMade’s new Ghost line of putters remains white hot as Paula Creamer wielded a custom TaylorMade Daytona Ghost putter to win the U.S. Women’s Open yesterday, following two recent PGA Tour victories for the TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost mallet putter in the hands of Justin Rose.
Creamer’s stick is a TaylorMade Daytona Kia Ma Tour Ghost putter with a special long hosel and a steel AGSI insert. In other words, it’s a totally custom putter crafted by Kia Ma, TaylorMade’s chief putter designer. Such are the perks of the touring professional.
In the accompanying exclusive photos, you can see that Paula Creamer’s putter features the signature white finish of the Ghost line along with pink accents that are a nod to Creamer’s affinity for the color (and “Pink Panther” nickname).
At the moment, the original mallet is the only Ghost putter available at retail. However, with the smashing success of the Ghost line on both professional tours, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a line extension in the future.
For more information on the story behind the Ghost putter line, read PutterZone.com’s TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost putter review.