Each of the four putters within the new Tad Moore Signature Series from Orlimar combines traditional shapes with game improvement features and a patented washboard face milling.
“Washboard-face milled putters improve roll and performance compared to other putter faces,” said designer Tad Moore.
“I have found that new golf balls with different cover materials such as urethane react to the washboard face much better. The ball off of these putters has a better launch and rolls more consistently and accurately,” said Moore.
TMO – 1
A traditional blade putter with a carbon steel head and a patented 45-degree plumber neck hosel is designed to give the player a better visual at address.
The heel-shafted putter features a cambered sole, sight line in the flange and is heel and toe weighted.
The loft is 3.5 degrees and the length is 35 inches, toe down.
TMO – 2
A slightly wider blade with a carbon steel head and a plumber neck hosel, thin topline and sloping heel-and toe-weighted bumper, the sight line is in the flange with a sound slot that cuts through the cavity to the sole for enhanced feel.
The loft is four degrees, the length is 35 inches and it is face-balanced.
A wide-soled, heel-shafted blade with a carbon steel head, the TMO – 3 is made for a player who putts with an arc, because of its open-to-shut swing style.
The wide sole utilizes sight lines in the cavity to improve the look and alignment. The loft is 3.5 degrees, length is 35 inches, toe down.
TMO – 4 (TadPole)
The perimeter-weighted non-traditional T-shaped mallet putter features an aluminum head for a solid, yet softer, feel at impact.
It is a centre-shafted putter with a long topline to aid in alignment. Rear weighting is in place to provide performance on mis-hits, while the outer circular ring balances the weight on the edges to aid in the MOI for better feel and directional control.
The loft is 3.5 degrees; length is 35 inches and is face balanced.