SKU:
70038536

TP Hydro Blast Soto Putter

$199.99
SKU:
70038536

TP Hydro Blast Soto Putter

$199.99
SKU:
70038536

Product details

Taylormade TP Hydro Blast Soto Putter

The Taylormade TP Hydro Blast Soto Putter has clean lines, classic aesthetic and a premium feel with its Hydro Blast finish.  The all-new TP Hydro Blast Collection blends modern with classic through its application of a high-pressure stream of water to 303 stainless steel to create a smooth but durable surface. This putter comes in a classic blade shape with 40° of Toe Hang for golfers who have significant arc in their putting stroke.


Classic Blade Shape The TP Hydro Blast Soto Putter comes with a single sightline on the back cavity with the classic, time-honored blade shape that inspires confidence and produces exception feel every single putt.


White Pure Roll Insert The Tour proven TPU Surlyn White Pure Roll Insert makes its way from the Spider X series into the TP Collection of blades and mallets.  This face insert places grooves at a downward 45° angle to encourage optimal roll characteristics each stroke. 


Maximum Face Rotation The L-Neck hosel featured on the Soto Putter generates 40° of toe hang for a putter that is custom tailored for golfers who create maximum face rotation throughout the putting motion.


Machine Milling The soft yet durable milled 303 stainless steel delivers exceptional feel and classic looks.  The milling process creates sharp lines and clean geometric curvatures for a putter that brings confidence onto every green.


Model: 2021 Taylormade TP Hydro Blast Soto Putter

Material: 303 Stainless Steel

Finish: Hydro Blast

Face: White Pure Roll Insert

Shaft: TP Stepped Putter Shaft 120g Chrome

Grip: Lamkin Sink Fit Skinny 70g Navy

Loft:

Lie: 70°

Toe Hang: 40°

Hosel: L Neck

Offset: Full Shaft

Sightline: Single Line




TaylorMade Golf Company is an American manufacturer of golf clubs, bags and accessories based in Carlsbad, California, United States. TaylorMade Golf was sold by Adidas to KPS Capital Partners in October 2017.

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