TaylorMade Ghost Putter Reviews

TaylorMade Ghost CorzaTaylorMade's Ghost Putter Series, launched in 2010, signalled the arrival of TaylorMade as a serious brand to be reckoned with in putting, and no longer "just" the most biggest name in drivers and fairway woods.

We at believe that these highly recognizable white-headed putters give you as good a roll as any of the top name milled or groove faced putters, and have simple, clean designs that we also really rate. They're dead easy to align and have very nice feel and feedback.

Jason Day, Justin Rose, Sean O'Hair and Paula Creamer are amongst the bigger name players who have used a Ghost Putter on the professional tours.


Click on the links or images below to read our independent, hands on reviews (inactive links are for putters which are pending review. Check back soon!)

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TaylorMade Ghost TM-110 TaylorMade Ghost TM-110 Beautiful square-designed Anser with great aimlines - well worth a look!

TaylorMade Ghost Corza TaylorMade Ghost Corza Beautiful square-designed Anser with great aimlines - well worth a look!

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* Putting teacher to the pros, and double Major winner, Dave Stockton, was involved in the concept and design of the Ghost series.

* Justin Rose won his first WGC event, the 2012 Cadillac Championship with a Ghost Corza. It was his second win in 6 months with the putter, having won the BMW Championship in September 2011.

* TaylorMade Putters aren't as well known as their drivers and fairway woods, but they do have some experience of producing putters at the highest level. The TPA putter range which Nick Faldo won three of his six Majors was originally marketed and produced by TaylorMade. However, largely due to its association with him, Wilson purchased the rights to the putters from TaylorMade around 1990.

Not sure if a Ghost Putter is for you? Click here to read our article on how to find precisely the right putter for your stroke.

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