The legendary T.P. Mills Putter Company is set to unveil a new line of putters that should have plenty of golfers reaching for their wallets—the new TPM Series putters featuring classic Mills family designs available in both milled carbon steel and milled stainless steel.
The TPM Series putters will be composed exclusively of putter models developed by founder T.P. Mills and his son David Mills, starting with the Softtail model pictured here. Down the line, you can expect to see other Mills designs, such as the Huey, Fleetwood and One models.
As T.P. Mills Company’s Jay Green puts it: “This series is about going back to our roots. When people order custom putters from us, these are the models that they ask for. As they say, dance with the woman that brung you there. That’s what we’re doing with the TPM Series.”
The late T.P. Mills first started making putters in 1962. Today, David advances the family’s legacy of putter craftsmanship, which is now 50 years in the making.
You can expect to see the TPM Series section appear on the company’s web site as early as next Thursday, September 19. The TPM Series Softtail putters pictured here will be the first available models. Other models will come on line in the months ahead.
The price will depend on the source metal and finish. White stainless heads will cost $279. Carbon steel heads with a black oxide finish will cost $289, while carbon steel heads with an oil can finish will cost $299. A flamed stainless finish will be available at $309.
As you can see from the accompanying photos, the TPM Series putters will feature the classic T.P. Mills crosshairs icon on the face, which is one of the most distinctive (and in our opinion, one of the coolest) markings in the putter world.
According to Green, the company also plans to offer custom paintfill options, to join the personal fitting options for length and lie angle that are already offered. We’re already imagining a black oxide Softtail with a fluorescent green crosshairs and silver accents. What’s your dream color combo?
Stay tuned at PutterZone.com for more details on the TPM Series putters by the T.P. Mills Putter Company in the months ahead.