New putters for 2018 you should be excited about

They're not all red (but a lot of them are) - take a look at the most exciting new putters for next year. 

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Mon, 27 Nov 2017
New putters for 2018 you should be excited about

As we head towards Christmas, a number of brands have given us glimpses of their new offerings for 2018 - and it seems festive red will be a hit!

Some of the biggest brands in golf have employed the colour, but if you’re not a fan worry not, there’s something in here for you too.

Putter aficionados, sink your teeth into the putters that have chins wagging in the GolfMagic office ahead of 2018.

Make sure you save some cash for the New Year!

TaylorMade TP Red Collection

Following the outstanding success of their Spider Tour red model, TaylorMade are expanding the colour to the new TP line.

Consisting of six models, the range utlises Pure Roll, 304 stainless steel heads and high contrast sightlines.

Interchangeable weights come as standard, allowing players to customise the putter to their preferences.


Price: £239

TaylorMade Spider Tour Red with Sightline

Played by Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Dustin Johnson - to name a few - the Spider Tour Red comes equiped with a sightline for the first time in 2018. 

This high MOI putter has a soft polymerm Pure Roll insert to help you getting the ball moving end over end straight off the bat. 

Price: £229

New putters for 2018 you should be excited about

Bettinardi BB Series and Inovai 5.0

Renowned for crafting premium putters, and their famous arm lock model, Bettinardi are releasing five new putters for 2018.

Hand-crafted from a single piece of high-quality milled carbon steel using CNC milling, there are five new BB models and one new Inovai 5.0.

The BB putters - a stalwart in Bettinardi’s arsenal since 1999 - boast new designs and technology, including a new Super-Fly Face milling.

The oversized Inovai 5.0 fuses a 303 stainless steel piece in the rear of the putter to a 6061 military grade aluminium for better feel and resistance to twisting.


Price: £279

PING Sigma G Craze-E and Tyne G

The Sigma G line has two new mallet members - Craze-E and Tyne H.

The former is a favourite among Tour pros, making the most of a ball width centre line and heel-toe and back weighting.

The latter has an Anser style hosel and a white-top rail sight line on black finish.

They both boast PING’s world renowned TR Face technology and a multi-piece construction.


Price: £175

Toulon Design

Finally, Toulon putters are making their way to Europe, and we’re sure golfers are going to be lapping them up.

Seven models - five blades and two mallets - will cross the Atlantic, featuring a new Diamond Mill face pattern and 303 stainless steel head.

An adjustable sole plate allows users to easily change the weight of the head from approximately 350 grams up to 390 grams.

The putters are in the bags of Tour pros Thomas Pieters, Pablo Larrazabal and Michelle Wie.


Price: £399

New putters for 2018 you should be excited about

Scotty Cameron Futura 5.5M

The Futura line welcomes a new model in the 5.5M, bringing an enhanced toe-flow and high MOI for both forgiveness and feel.

It has the forgiveness associated with the Futura line, with a neck configuration promoting a flowing, arced putting stroke.

Scotty Cameron said the idea for the putter came to him when staffer Justin Thomas walked through the doors seeking a new model!


Price: £335

Odyssey O-Works Red #7 and Red 2-ball

Odyssey have joined the red ranks, pimping out their O-Works putter in the festive colour.

Both feature the new Microhinge Face Insert, which increases topspin and roll at impact, moulded into a thermoplastic Elastomer Feel Layer.

In, 2018 the putters gets a new short slant neck and more toe hang.

Price: £169

EvnRoll ER6R

And another red putter! This time it’s forgiveness gurus EvnRoll and their ER6R.

Made from a single billet, this design has a high MOI and the Evnroll technology helps players get good purchase even on off centre hits.

Price: £299