TaylorMade launches Spider Mini Putter
TaylorMade has expanded its popular range of Spider putters with the launch of the new Spider Mini, a wingless model designed to deliver the performance characteristics of their larger predecessors in a more streamlined package.
Despite offering a 15% reduction in head size compared to Spider Tour, the Mini version still delivers the same high levels of stability as its bigger sibling, with the headweight maintained at 355g.
The smaller head size results in a movement forward in centre of gravity from 37mm to 30mm behind the leading edge; making it easier to release the putter head through the hitting area – similar to that experienced when using a blade putter.
The face-balanced Spider Mini also incorporates TaylorMade’s Pure Roll insert, which combines 45° grooves with a softer polymer to increase topspin and improve forward roll across varying surfaces – helping the ball start and stay on its intended line. Redesigned steel weights cast directly into the putter’s head provide precise and consistent balance.
Inspired by Tour player feedback, the new T-sightline encourages proper alignment and a square clubface. The new sightline’s depth mimics the dimensions of a blade putter to provide a seamless transition for golfers exploring mallet shaping, and has been praised by players seeking alternative options to a through-line or current alignment options.
“Spider Mini gives golfers a brand-new look and feel, while still remaining very much a part of the Spider Tour family,” said Chris Trott, TaylorMade Tour Manager. “It has the same Pure Roll insert and presents many of the same features that make Spider such a successful putter, but it is delivered in a scaled-down shape for those seeking a smaller footprint without sacrificing stable, high-MOI performance.”
The Spider Mini putter is on sale now and has an RRP of £269. It is offered in RH only in a Tour Red or Diamond Silver finish with a double-bend shaft. It is fitted with SuperStroke Pistol GTR 1.0 grip and available in 33″, 34″ & 35″ double-bend shaft lengths.
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