Special Dustin Johnson Masters putter launched

Dustin Johnson DJ MASTERS SPIDER Putter

TO mark his record-breaking performance in his Masters triumph at Augusta National Golf Club, TaylorMade have announced the launch of the Dustin Johnson Spider Limited Commemorative Edition putter.

The design has been crafted to mirror the specs of Johnson’s winning Spider. A solid black crown is absent of any sightline, allowing him to aim with the topline, while also promoting reliance on feel at address and during the putting stroke.

In addition, it features a short slant hosel, a Counter Core SuperStroke GT 1.0 grip and

two 9g weights placed in the heel and toe.

Subtle green accents have been added on the sole and back badge as a nod to the venue – it also comes in a specialty box and is outfitted with the 2020 season’s Tradition putter cover he used the week of his victory.

The putter has been in Johnson’s bag for 13 of his 24 PGA Tour wins, including his second Major championship and the two victories leading up to it.

During that Masters week, he rewrote the record books with the lowest 72-hole score in tournament history at 20-under-par. He dominated off the tee, hitting 77% of fairways while averaging 307 yards.

From the fairways he hit 60 greens in regulation for a total of 83% and led the field in proximity to the hole (30ft 8in). With only four dropped shots on the week, he set another record for the fewest bogeys made by a tournament champion. On the 12 greens he missed, Johnson one-putted to save par nine times.

The Dustin Johnson Spider Limited Commemorative Edition is only available in 35in lengths and is right-hand. It carries a RM3,150 price tag and is limited stock.

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