Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade Rossa Monza Spider
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Value for money 10
Shoots in the 90s
Pete Gherardini, GolfReview.com
20 January 2015
Summary: This has the best feel of all the many many putters I have tried. I get the ball much close to the hole than ever before, also great roll on the ball. If you have problems putting like most of us do, you have to try this putter if you don't like it you will be the first.
Summary: My story is a little odd. For 25 years I was a good putter and then I got the yips. Wouldn't wish them on anybody. Tried everything. Right and left handed. Broomsticks. Left hand low (I play left-handed). Putted with a broomstick for the last 8 years but for two seasons with the Rossa belly putter.
Summary: I was looking for a putter at a sporting goods store and saw they had two taylormade rossa putters on clearance. There was the Daytona and the Monza Spider Vicino. I tried them both an instantly loved the easy alignment of the Spider.
Summary: On a whim while browsing in Golf Galaxy, I picked the Itsy Bitsy up & dropped a ball @ about 10-12' & stroked it. Dead center. Amazing feel off the AGSI insert. I putted another...& another....you get the picture.
Summary: The Taylormade Rossa Monza Spyder has been my favorite putter since it came out. Now, it can be bought for $100 or less. Before, it was at $200 and I believe that it should have been worth a lot more. Now, it should cost $200.
Summary: Really good putter. I was fortunate to be able to switch out the 10g weights from the back of my r7 425TP with the 4g weights in the putter, the heavier weights made a HUGE difference in stability and feel of this putter, and the lighter weights improved the 425 TP as it has the heavy stock 75G...
Summary: Not being a highly skilled putter, I've always tended to to have better success with larger putters. My previous favorites were a Railgun putter I had about 13-years ago, and a Futura that I bought a few years later.
Summary: I'm a decent putter and have been using an Oddysey Tri-hot #3 blade for years. I love it, but the insert was pitting and the company said they couldn't replace the insert. While looking for my new putter, I tried all the big names thinking if it worked, it was worth the cost.
Summary: I tried this out at my local pro shop,wasnt looking for a new putter just wasting time before my tee off time. this impressed me straight away had to have it. played my round with it and never three putted one hole this cub is so easy to use.