Stability is focus of new TaylorMade DLL+ putter

June 29, 2015

Geared toward high stability on off-center strikes, the company expanded the line with the Daddy Long Legs model in 2013, whose counterbalanced grip aimed to stabilize the stroke.

Now, it's taken another step toward extreme stability with the new Daddy Long Legs+ ($250). The slightly heavier head uses 17 separate pieces and features tungsten in the extreme perimeter to provide an MOI of nearly 9,000 (8.856 grams-centimeters squared), the highest in the TaylorMade line.


The face features a deep milled 6061 aluminum face insert similar to that used on TaylorMade Ghost Black Tour putters. Developed through tour player input, the material and texture are designed to soften sound at impact.

The DLL+ is available in 34.5-, 36- and 38-inch lengths.