TaylorMade Spider Tour Putter

The Spider Tour mallets revolutionized TaylorMade’s position in the marketplace with near equal top-level success on tour and at retail, but while the company explored other versions and shapes the last two years, the use and demand stayed with the original now-iconic shapes like Spider Tour and Spider Tour X. So rather than try to discover a new Spider, the company is launching a new Spider Tour Series with five options all built on the original platforms, including shapes made popular by Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and most recently Scottie Scheffler. The models employ the same wireframe construction, a variety of sole weighting to emphasize different centers of gravity to match different stroke types, and the distinct wide white aiming stripe, as well as the grooved Surlyn face insert.

$350 (Spider Tour, Spider Tour X, Spider Tour Z, Spider Tour S), available for pre-order now, at retail on Oct. 27 (except Spider Tour S, which is scheduled to be at retail in the spring of 2024).



TaylorMade returns to the core shape of its Spider from five years ago, one of the most successful versions of the mallet brand that has become an icon. What’s intriguing is from that base model, the company is launching a collection of five versions that share the same concepts of high stability with clear alignment and a face with grooves to enhance initial roll. Helped by research in recent years that shows how different players respond to center-of-gravity depth, each model pushes weight selectively back or forward.

  • These square-ish, wireframe mallets push weight to the heel, toe and perimeter to provide stability.
  • The CG depths range from 27 millimeters on the Tour V to 38 millimeters back on the Tour S for different stroke types.
  • Grooved Surlyn face insert improves initial roll, and a thermoplastic rubber behind the face improves feel.
  • Five models (Spider Tour, Spider Tour X, Spider Tour Z, Spider Tour V, Spider Tour S counterbalanced); double bend and slant neck hosels; head weight: 348-380 grams; lengths: 33, 34, 35, 38 inches; loft: 3 degrees


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