Late Night Purchase: TaylorMade Spider Tour Putter


Golfers are gear heads, equipment nerds and endless tinkerers, so when one of those late-night infomercials comes on promising instant results after having a few drinks, we listen a little more intently and have a tendency to get a little click-happy online. That’s where our Late Night Online Purchases franchise comes in, a review of a certain piece of equipment, training aid or something else that caught our eye with the help of our friends at


Golf is a game of confidence. If you feel good about how you’re swinging the club and stroking your putts, your scores will inevitably drop. While bombing drives or hitting solid irons shots bring in their own forms of confidence, there’s no better feeling than standing over putts and knowing that there is a good chance they will go in.

Confidence on the greens can permeate other parts of the game easily. Knowing that even if you don’t have your best stuff tee to green, you still have the ability to bail yourself out with a good putt frees up the full swing. Confidence can also be derived by association, which is something that the TaylorMade Spider Tour Putters have in spades. 

The fact of the matter is that the game’s best players drive serious sales for the companies they endorse. While there can be a masquerade of marketing in every new release from big-time OEMs, the proof is in the putting out on the PGA Tour. When Tour equipment trucks can’t keep enough Spider putters in stock, you know there’s something special going on.

With names like Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia putting Spider putters in their bags and then winning some of the biggest tournaments on the planet, you can be forgiven for thinking that maybe there’s something to these new putters.

TaylorMade developed the Tour Spiders for the game’s top players, but it’s becoming not only the most popular putter on Tour, it’s popping up more and more around normal municipal golf clubs. With the putters’ Pure Roll insert, toe-hang hosel and mallet design, the putter seemingly swings on its own, making those nervy putts from inside 10 feet much more manageable.

Confidence is fleeting in golf, but the TaylorMade Spider Tour putters make sure that your confidence on the greens are only a few strokes away.

[TaylorMade Spider Tour Putter]


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