To make it even easier to aim the Corza Ghost, Rossa engineers put three black alignment lines on the crown and a circular hole in the back of the putter head, giving you different options to focus on to lock in your aim. “You can focus on the topline to aim new Taylormade Rossa Corza Ghost putter,” said Bret Wahl, senior director of iron, wedge and putter development, “or you can focus on the alignment lines to visually connect the circular hole and your ball to lock in your aim. The point is that you’ve got options, each one highly effective.
In creating the Rossa Corza Ghost, TaylorMade apparently consulted a color perception expert, who decided that the contrast between the green grass and white putter lets you see the putter’s top line more easily and “promotes a calm and confident state of mind.” The white putter body was then tagged with three black lines to aid in alignment. The two outer lines are spaced the width of a golf ball, and thus also help to show where you’re aiming. And as if that were not enough, TaylorMade as best golf clubs for sale added a by-now-common golf ball sized alignment aid at the back.
The great feel and feedback of the TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost putter might be at least partially due to its AGSI+ (Anti-Skid Groove System Insert) Technology. Basically, it’s a face insert with 14 polymer-filled grooves that are intended to grab the ball momentarily and then give it an immediate forward spin for a more accurate, smoother roll. Although I preferred the smoothness of the roll I got from the RIFE IMO and Deep Blue putters I tested not long ago, the TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost putter didn’t lag far behind and I didn’t see any hopping or skidding during my putts.