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Say hello to the TaylorMade TP Reserve range of putters.

The TaylorMade TP Reserve range of putters is now available to pre-order and with several classic shapes on offer, these will appeal to those looking for a premium face milled putter.

TaylorMade went all in on this range, saying that the goal at the outset of the project was nothing less than perfection.

All the putters in this range are equipped with a milled face, which is designed to improve the sound and feel from impact.

The grooves on the face reduce the surface area of the putter and are machined with soft 303 stainless steel. These grooves are machined in at a specific depth all the way across the putter face, to give the same sound across the face no matter where you strike the putt.

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The TP Reserve range features three classic blade designs and three classic mallet designs. TaylorMade, although focusing on performance, are also keen to have a range of putters that look the part. They say the shapes are inspired by classic putter shapes, and it’s easy to see what they’re going for with some striking designs.

As well as the head shapes, the TP Reserve range also features four hosel shapes. These are the L-Neck No.1m Small Slant No.3, Single Bend No.7 and the Flow Neck No.9. When you look at the name of a putter in this range, the final number in its name will correspond to the putter’s neck shape.

“There is a large bucket of golfers that love the look of a classic putter shape, and we took the time to carefully craft performance in a way that is a brand-new opportunity for us,” said Bill Price, senior director of product creation, putter and wedge.

“The story of TP Reserve is about style, craftsmanship and character which can be seen in every aspect of the putter. We sweated the details, received tour feedback and went with refined edges, thinner toplines, new flange thickness and blade length to create putters built off exactness instead of sameness.”

Here’s an outline of some of the models in the TaylorMade TP Reserve putter range.

B11 & B13

For those who like putters with a more traditional blade shape, these have a slightly thinner topline than the TP Juno putters which they take inspiration from. These models also have a longer blade length, something TaylorMade tour pros wanted to see. The B13 (pictured) features 57° of toe hang, the most of any in the TP Reserve line.

TaylorMade B13


Inspired by the TP Soto, this is another traditional looking putter, with soft edges and the flow neck hosel. Smooth, flowing lines aim for a consistent roll and excellent feel every time.

TaylorMade B29


Similar to the TaylorMade TP Del Monte, this is a slightly larger shape, with material shaved behind the centre to create balanced wings on the heel and toe. The B31 is the only model to feature a sole plate to dial in the sound from impact.

TaylorMade B31

M21 & M27

Inspired by the TP Bandon line, these mallets deliver high MOI along with sleek aesthetics. These feature less toe hang, ideal for those with a more straight back and straight through stroke. Pictured is the M21.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M21

M33 & M37

A round shape which is new to the TaylorMade range. These are the only models in the TP Reserve range with a sightline on the top of the putter, as well as two in the back of the cavity. Both of these have a topline that is 1mm thicker than the M21 and M27 models. Pictured is the M33.

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TaylorMade TP Reserve M33


With the widest topline of the three mallets in the range, this is a blend of blade and mallet. Another putter with a round shape, this is sure to be a popular addition to the range.

TaylorMade TP Reserve M47

TP Reserve will be available for preorder from June 23 and at retail beginning August 18. All models come in right-handed and left-handed options with lengths of 33’’, 34’’ and 35’’.

The putters come equipped with KBS 120 Chrome stepless shaft and Black Lamkin Deep Etched Pistol grips.

RRP: £379

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Lewis Fraser As bunkered’s Performance Editor, Lewis oversees the content that’s designed to make you a better player. From the latest gear to tuition, nutrition, strategy and more, he’s the man. A graduate of the University of Stirling, Lewis joined bunkered in 2021. Formerly a caddie at Castle Stuart Golf Links, he is a member of Bathgate Golf Club where he plays off four.

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