The new line includes familiar TaylorMade models and shapes, such as the Daytona, Fontana and Maranello. They feature a black finish, a 304 stainless steel head and a new “Pure Roll” insert made of surlyn. The name is a nod to the founding of TaylorMade Golf in 1979.
The new TaylorMade Classic 79 putters are the successors to the TaylorMade Core Classic line, and cost $20 less than the original price of the Core Classic putters. They also appear poised for a “classic” duel with the Cleveland Classic line, which has enjoyed smashing success in the under-$100 category.
Stay tuned at PutterZone.com for more information on the TaylorMade Classic 79 putter.