Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade Rossa Corzina
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5 February 2011
Summary: I really like the weight and feel of this putter. It lines up easily, and has a great solid feel when you strike the putt. I've used Odyssey and Ping, all good putters, but this putter just feels better.
Summary: When I bid on putter-description said light sractches on it-but when I received I could not find a scratch on it-headcover perfect.I really like this putter. It was 37 inches long and I started to cut it down but found I putted great with it long. So I left it alone. Great deal.
Summary: Great putter for the job. Putter is well balanced and accurately help my putting. Had been using the taylormade rossa monza conza putter for a few years, but wanted to try something different. Both are great putters but the Conza had weights in the back that I did not need.
Summary: Over the past nine years, I've gone through innumerable putters. The first putter I ever owned, and until the Corzina, the best putter I owned was a Odyssey White Hot #3 -- the original #3. Receiving it as a gift for my 11th Birthday, I played with it up until the summer before high school.
Summary: Great putter, easy to line up and putts a smooth roll on the ball regardless of greens conditions. To the guy who reviewed the Taylomade TP Golfballs under this putter review, make sure you read what you're doing before you post.
Summary: Thought I'd give the Taylor Burner TP (silver box) a try. I had tried the TP Black (loved it) and had tried the cheap Burner red box and didn't care for it. First of all, should TaylorMade ever actually READ this: HEY TAYLORMADE..