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TaylorMade TP Reserve Putters Full Range Review

By: | Fri 25 Aug 2023

The TP Reserve putter line from TaylorMade has enjoyed positive feedback since its release during the 2023 golf season.

Featuring four bladed models and three mallet options, all types of golfer and ability have been catered for through the impressive collection.

Ryan Rastall has tested the line-up and provides his thoughts below.


M47 Putter

The M47 is a combination of blade and mallet that has been crafted into an exceptional tool when you need it the most. It features the widest topline of the three TP Reserve mallets and gradient thickness in the cavity, in addition to a perfected radius along the bumpers. It has been designed and machined with soft 303 stainless steel, with the machined-in grooves on the face helping to reduce surface area.

Key Tech:

What Ryan Says:

“This is quite a big footprint. It feels pretty good off the face and it has that nice click you would associate with a milled putter.”


M21 Putter

The M21 takes direct inspiration from the TP Bandon, which helps it deliver high MOI performance and classy aesthetics. It features a combination of soft edges and a blend of machine marks that indicate the technical precision of this classic mallet. Golfers will enjoy the softer feel and crisper sound that the M21 produces.

Key Tech:

What Ryan Says:

“This is the fang model and one that should suit the majority of you out there. Again, it feels very nice and soft off the face.”


M33 Putter

The rounded shape of the M33 is new to the TaylorMade family. The outside edges have been machined and feature radii to control the dimensions for preciseness. What rounds off the model is a sightline on top, with two additional ones placed in the back cavity.

Key Tech:

What Ryan Says:

“It’s a mallet design but still tailored towards the golfers who have a bit of arc in their stroke. This feels buttery soft when your hitting putts with it and very easy to start the ball on line.”


B11 Putter

The B11 features a reinvented L-neck hosel due to machining allowing for a shorter hosel bucket and increased radii on the edges. Similar to the others, the B11 has been designed with soft 303 stainless steel with machined-in grooves on the face to limit surface area - which produces a crisper sound and softer feel upon impacting the ball.

Key Tech:

What Ryan Says:

“This is probably going to be the most popular one. It’s the one that I wanted to pick up and have a putt with and it feels really good off the face.”


B29 Putter

The B29 model boasts smooth, flowing lines that produce remarkable feel and consistent roll time and time again - which is something that a host of amateur golfers can only dream of. The grooves have been machined in the same linear fashion with strike location top-to-bottom and heel-to-toe.

Key Tech:

What Ryan Says:

“The most toe hang of any I would think - which would not suit my stroke. It still looks really nice and the rounded bumpers do look good.”


B13 Putter

The B13 model has been designed with a small slant hosel with 57° of toe hang - which is the highest of any putter in the TP Reserve line! Generally, the TP Reserve line features fine linear mill marks across the face with a set of grooves that have been machined in at a specific depth for precise acoustics.

Key Tech:

What Ryan Says:

“This has got an even smaller slant on the neck with minimal toe hang. It’s squarer looking and the consistency is very good - it feels nice and soft off the face.”


B31 Putter

The B31 is the result of the reshaping of the classic TaylorMade shape by shaving away material behind the centre of the face to create balanced wings on the heel and the toe. This has enabled TaylorMade to boost the MOI by dispersing weight to the perimeter. Additionally, the B31 model is the only blade to feature a sole plate to produce greater sound on the larger blade.

Key Tech:

What Ryan Says:

“This is your traditional blade with an extra bit added on to move the MOI and make it more stable. Feels great off the face and distance control is nice with it as well.”

Golfshake Equipment Expert, Ryan Rastall, has tested all seven models listed above and he shares his thoughts in the video below:

What do you think? post your thoughts and feedback on the Golfshake Forum: https://forum.golfshake.com/


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