TP Red-White Ardmore

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SKU # DW-JIC61
C$ 279.99 C$ 167.99 Earn points
The new TP Red-White Collection takes popular TP putter models and further improves the performance with an enhanced alignment system. Inspired by cosmetic requests from some of... Read More
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Tour-Proven Design. Enhanced Alignment. Pure Roll Performance.

The new TP Red-White Collection takes popular TP putter models and further improves the performance with an enhanced alignment system. Inspired by cosmetic requests from some of the Tour’s best putters, this new collection helps golfers envision a proper path and improve their alignment on the greens.

Specifications
MODEL HAND TOE HANG OFFSET LENGTH HEAD WEIGHT LOFT LIE PURE ROLL INSERT
ARDMORE RH FACE BALANCED FULL SHAFT 34",35" 355g 3.5° 70° ALUMINUM
ARDMORE 2 RH/LH 27° FULL SHAFT 34",35" 355g 3.5° 70° ALUMINUM
ARDMORE 3 RH 40° FULL SHAFT 34",35" 355g 3.5° 70° ALUMINUM

Stock Grip

SuperStroke Pistol GTR 1.0

SuperStroke Pistol GTR 1.0
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4.4 OUT Of 5 AVERAGE RATING  ∣  8% would recommend.
5.0 5 Pittsburgh
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Great Putter!

This TP Red/white putter looks better than the standard TP Red, is very easy to line up putts, and provides a good roll off the face. There’s not a better value on the market right now.

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Great Putter

Im a face balanced/mallet type of guy, and this is a GREAT PUTTER! White alignment line helps as well. And I got it for $99, which is a steel. If you like face balanced mallets, try it

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4.0 5 Tennessee
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Looks great, rolls great, still working on it

This putter looks great, rolls great, but after only 9 holes the jury is still out. I feel like my tendency is to either push the ball right off the toe, or pull the ball left off the heel - it's been a while since I used a mallet putter so I'm going to go back to my putting stroke and see if I can get a more neutral stroke.

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