The TaylorMade Golf Company is known for it’s goal to create superior performance golf products for players of all skill levels. One such product is the “Daddy Long Legs” Putter which helps you excel your game with its super-high MOI (Moment of Inertia) and superb counterbalancing. Namely, the MOI of this mallet is higher than 8500 (60% more stabile than the traditional putter) which provides greater stability and error correction from unwanted arm and hand manipulation.

Daddy Long Legs Putter construction

Daddy Long Legs Putter is 60% more stabile than regular ones because its head was constructed from 16 different pieces

The reason for this is the unique structure of the putter head which consists of 16 pieces made out of carbon steel, stainless steel, titanium, aluminum, carbon fibers, tungsten, ionomer resin and thermoplastic polyurethane. This means that the “Daddy Long Legs” will help you control the ball’s distance and line more easily and ultimately improve your game.

Daddy Long Legs Putter preformance

By letting you control the ball’s distance and line better, you will improve your game

The other half of this equation is the grip of the mallet, which is as twice as heavy as the grip of a traditional style putter. That weight (130 grams) provides the perfect counterbalance to the head and gives the putter remarkable stroke stability. The “Daddy Long Legs” putter comes in two lengths, 35″ and 38″ so no matter if you prefer the standard, mid-length or long putter, this is the club for you. It is also possible to customize the grip for that final touch. There are three types of grips to choose from: “Daddy Long Legs”, “Spider Blade” and “Ghost Tour”. If you’re looking for a great performance putter or just want to improve your game, you should definitely check out the “Daddy Long Legs” putter.

Get it from Amazon here.

Daddy Long Legs Putter grip

The 130 grams heavy grip serves as a counterbalance to the head, providing even more stability

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