TaylorMade Rossa Putters Overview
As the second largest manufacturer of golf clubs in the United States, TaylorMade Golf’s history spans back several decades. Founded by Gary Adams, entrepreneur, whose singular innovation of the metal driver back in 1979 changed the face of golfing across the globe. Now, a wholly owned subsidiary of Adidas-Salomon Group, TaylorMade Golf continues to follow their quest for improvement and perfection in all their products.
The TaylorMade Rossa line of putters was introduced in 2002 and has been a top-selling putter ever since. The magic behind this artful line is credited to Kia Ma, a Vietnamese who traveled long and far to the United States and seized the opportunity to become a true putter craftsman. TaylorMade’s more recent line of premium putters, Rossa TP by Kia Ma, are carefully honed and finely detailed with a sleek and sexy appearance that are becoming legendary.
The team at TaylorMade Rossa continues to innovate as they study putting among average golfers compared to pros. TaylorMade’s analysis confirmed that the amateur aims the putter face poorly approximately two-thirds of the time. Mis-aiming two out of three putts is serious business on the green; and Rossa delivers true putting improvement in the TaylorMade Monza Spider Balero with a head designed to be extremely easy to aim and ball-in-cup feature that provides a visual cue making for incredibly simple line up.
Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, Taylor Made has operations in Japan, Great Britain, New Zealand, and Canada.