The TaylorMade Truss Putter – delivering stability and forgiveness

The TaylorMade Truss putters were recently released with TaylorMade looking to offer Golfers the stability and forgiveness of a mallet combined with a more traditional putter look at address. The result is the performance of a high-MOI putter, packaged in a familiar shape.




The first thing you notice is the topline of the putter, which sits cleanly and reveals a compelling hosel structure which is the signature of the Truss. By creating multiple contact points along with the topline, the Truss hosel design decreases the levels of unsupported mass and deflection at impact, creating truer and straighter putters.

TaylorMade Truss
Truss B1 Putter




A huge amount of R&D from TaylorMade went into the Truss putter. Having collated data on thousands of putting strokes TaylorMade found that the main area that strikes occurred were towards the toe side of centre, causing putts to go offline. By analyzing this data TaylorMade were able to create a putter that provides high levels of stability throughout the putter stroke.

TaylorMade Truss
Truss B2 Putter




With the new design also comes the Pure Roll insert which features in Cobalt Blue. The Pure Roll insert creates a solid sound and feel, and increase topspin in order to help the ball start, and stay, on its intended line.

TaylorMade Truss
Truss TM1 Putter




The Truss also allows for adjustable sole weights providing Golfers with precise head weights and CG positioning.

TaylorMade Truss
Truss TM2 Putter

A KBS Stepless Stability Shaft combined with the Truss and assist with the stability and less deflection at impact.




A really attractive pair of headcovers for both styles of the putter provides a bold and modern look in any bag.

Take a closer look at the TaylorMade Truss putter here.

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