TaylorMade’s MyTP program enhances putter customization

A few years ago, Jason Day wanted an all-black TaylorMade Itsy Bitsy Spider putter without an alignment line – done. Dustin Johnson wanted a customized Tour Preferred Juno – also no problem. Rory McIlroy’s Spider X putter, cut to just the right length with some stamping added in the sole – you got it Rors!

Pros and elite golfers are used to manufacturers customizing their putters, but recreational golfers are frequently left out of the fun. Now with the help of TaylorMade’s new MyTP program, recreational players can customize either a TP Juno or a TP Soto heel-toe-weighted blade putter like never before.

After selecting the head style, the online system lets players pick the finish (chrome or jet black) and hosel style, then add custom stamping on the heel and toe bumpers.

TaylorMade MyTP putters

Golfers can select from a chrome or jet black finish as part of the MyTP program. (TaylorMade)

There are five sightline options (including no lines or dots), nine True Roll face insert colors and more color options for the sole weights, cavity badge, logos and shaft.

The MyTP putters can be made from 32 inches to 37 inches in length, and golfers can select from either a SuperStroke, Golf Pride or Lamkin grip.

TaylorMade MyTP putters

Players get to pick the color of the sole weights, the logos, the shaft and more as part of the MyTP program. (TaylorMade)

Each putter costs $325, and the program runs exclusively at taylormadegolf.com.

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