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Used TaylorMade TP Patina Soto Putter - FST KBS CT Tour Putter Steel Shaft PutterTaylorMade TP Patina Soto Putter

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Men's TaylorMade TP Patina Soto

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

Steel FST KBS CT Tour Putter Shaft

Description

The Patina Soto putters by TaylorMade contain a thicker 5mm aluminum insert that offers great sound, solid feel, and optimizes roll characteristics. Also features a new patina finish that combines black nickel and copper. This will create a rich, clean and unique look that oxidizes over time.

Features

  • Aluminum Pure Roll™ Insert
  • Thicker 5mm aluminum insert
  • Premium Patina Finish
  • Pure Roll™ insert
  • TP Adjustable Weight System
  • Long Curve

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Review by Henry W., 1 month ago.

“Every transaction with 3 balls golf has been top drawer!!!!”

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what is Putterflex compared to regular?

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what is the difference between Putterflexand regular?

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Nothing, they will both be the same.

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