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Used TaylorMade Spider Tour Red Putter - TaylorMade Spider Steel ShaftTaylorMade Spider Tour Red Putter

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Men's Right-Hand TaylorMade Spider Tour Red

Standard Type, Putterflex Flex, 35" Length, Standard Lie Angle

Steel TaylorMade Spider Shaft


The TaylorMade Spider Tour Red putter was specially designed for Jason Day, and now you too can use this premium and precise putter to shave some strokes off of your score. Redesigned with a smooth crown and no sight-line, the alignment system is clean and seamless. A short slant neck hosel, rarely found on high-MOI mallets, provide the player with expanded visibility of the face and toe hang. The Spider Tour Red has a softer sound and feel than the Spider Tour Black, but both feature a lightweight body and stainless steel frame to increase MOI. The vibration-dampening PU foam provides a consistent sound and feel for every putt you take.


  • Short slant neck hosel for expanded visibility of the face and toe hang
  • Smooth crown and no sightline for a clean alignment system
  • Softer sound and feel
  • Lightweight 6061 aluminum body paired with a 304 stainless steel frame enables weight to be positioned to provide improved stability and high MOI


great putter

Review by Changed my game, 1 year ago.

“This putter made me a deadly putter. I was awful most of the time BUT when I bought this putter; I became a very good putter. This is the only way I can put it. Nothing else changed... ”

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