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Taylormade Left Handed Spider GTX Red #3 Putter
Taylormade Left Handed Spider GTX Red #3 Putter
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TaylorMadeTaylormade Left Handed Spider GTX Red #3 Putter

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Taylormade Left Handed Spider GTX Red #3 Putter

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"Embrace unparalleled stability and precision with the Taylormade Left Handed Spider GTX Red #3 Putter. A marvel in golf engineering, this putter redefines your game with its True Path alignment and extreme back weighting, ensuring every putt is as forgiving as it is accurate. The lightweight aluminum cap and back weight stability bar work in harmony to provide a deeper center of gravity, reducing face rotation and enhancing overall stability. Plus, the Pure Roll2 Insert promises improved topspin, making your path to the hole smoother than ever. A true game-changer for any golf enthusiast!"



Spider GTX sets the standard for performance and construction. The GTX shape resembles the past Spider shapes with True Path and a new extreme back weighting for forgiveness.


Made from lightweight 6061 Aluminum, the 194 gram top allows more weight to transfer to the outside of the frame


The back weight ring is made of heavy stainless steel – 154 grams, that creates a deeper CG for less face rotation and enhanced stability.


The firmer co-molded insert, manufactured of black TPU urethane with silver aluminum beams at a 45° angle designed to improve topspin across the face.


The white space in the center of the putter helps frame the ball and creates a path to the hole.

In the spring of 1979, Gary Adams, a golf equipment salesman, founded TaylorMade Golf Company when leasing a former television assembly plant, starting with three employees and an innovative 12-degree driver made of stainless steel, known as a "metalwood." This product, differing in look, sound, and performance from traditional wooden clubs, featured perimeter-weighting for improved forgiveness and a lower center of gravity for easier ball launch. Adams, whose father was a golf professional, insisted on blending innovation with the authentic feel of traditional golf clubs, underpinning the company's commitment to passion, authenticity, innovation, and competitiveness. These principles propelled TaylorMade's growth and remain core to the company's ethos, continuing to guide its mission to produce the world's best-performing golf products for Left Handed players at all levels.

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