TaylorMade Spider GTX (available in Black, Red, & White)
First Look At The New Spider GTX and Spider GT Max Putters
THE POWER OF PUTTING
The most powerful part of the game will always be putting. It has the power to save rounds, to get people on their feet and to win championships. That’s why we pushed the limits of technology and craftsmanship with the all-new Spider GTX – one of the most advanced and stable putters we have ever created.
SHAPED FOR STABILITY
The Spider GTX boasts a sleek, modern design that pays homage to the classic high-MOI Spider shape. Its fluid lines and sharp angles come together to create a visually striking frame that perfectly cradles the golf ball at address. In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the Spider GTX offers exceptional stability and forgiveness thanks to its high-MOI construction.
Spider GTX is expertly crafted from lightweight 6061 aluminum and features a hollowed-out core, which redistributes weight to the perimeter for improved stability. The heavy stainless steel backbar, which accounts for a significant portion of the putter's overall mass, adds to its stability by creating a deep center of gravity. This design helps the putter resist twisting at impact for more consistent results.
The True Path™ feature, a beloved staple of the Spider family, has been refined and enhanced with Spider GTX. This optically engineered design allows for easy and precise alignment with your target, while also perfectly framing the ball and helping you visualize the path to the hole.
Spider GTX features a PureRoll² insert crafted from black TPU urethane with silver aluminum beams positioned at a downward 45° angle. The design improves topspin across the face and helps produce a smooth, consistent end-over-end roll on the greens.
EXPANDED COLOR OPTIONS
Building on the success of the MySpider program, we now offer an expanded range of stock colors with Spider GTX. From classic shades like white, and black to bold hues like red, there is a color option to suit every player’s style and preference.
Team TaylorMade Tests Spider GTX and Spider GT Max