TaylorMade Golf will debut the newest member of the Rossa Ghost family tomorrow. The Rossa Daytona Ghost putter (or a prototype very similar to it) has been out on tour for a while and has been used by the likes of Paula Creamer, Darren Clarke, Scott Verplank and Andres Romero.
The first Ghost series model (Corza Ghost) made some waves on both the tour and retail fronts over the past few months. Justin Rose used the Corza Ghost during his two PGA victories this summer.
Here’s TaylorMade on some of the technology behind the Daytona model…
“The Rossa Daytona Ghost also has the advantage of Rossa’s renowned and tour-proven AGSI®+ (Anti-skid Groove System Insert) Technology. The AGSI+ insert features 14 polymer-filled grooves in the face that “hold” the ball briefly at impact to negate backspin and promote forwardspin for a smoother roll and more accurate results. The AGSI+ insert also delivers superior consistency in forward roll on off-center hits, something not shown in tests of other popular putters.”
The Daytona Ghost will hit the streets Oct 1 with a price of $129 USD.