Justin Rose was the last man standing on Sunday at the World Golf Championships, overtaking Bubba Watson and fending off major champions Rory McIlroy and Charl Schwartzel.
In his march to victory, Rose wielded a TaylorMade Corza Ghost putter, which he first put into play nearly two years ago, when the Ghost line was making its debut. He has since won three PGA Tour tournaments, and the Ghost putters have expanded into a retail powerhouse. Rose’s current Corza Ghost appears to be a customized version of the Tour model that replaced the original model.
The alignment features of the Corza Ghost golf putter are threefold. First, the white leading edge offers vivid perpendicular contrast to the target line. Second, three black sightlines frame the ball and provide in-line visual reference. Third, a circular cutout in the flange echoes the ball for added aiming assistance.
This month, TaylorMade is releasing a companion Ghost mallet, the Ghost Manta, which is a certified “alignment beast.”
Some folks scoffed at the notion of a white putter when the Corza Ghost was released, but Justin Rose and TaylorMade are laughing all the way to the bank.