Titleist has introduced the new Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters which are the next evolution of the Mallet Line that offer tour-inspired designs for 2022.
With seven new models available on April 15 in Titleist authorised retailers, and three additional models arriving later this year, the 2022 Phantom X mallet putter lineup features entirely new head shapes and updates to popular models.
The putters also feature a new textured grip and graphics, plus premium styling, tour-preferred milled 303 stainless steel face construction carries through to nearly every new model.
Expanding on the overwhelming response to the March 2021 Phantom X line extension designs, Scotty has updated the Phantom X 5 and 5.5 putters, redesigned the Phantom X 7 and 7.5 models, and created the brand-new Phantom X 9 and 9.5, all of which will be available in April with an updated Phantom X 12.
The new Phantom X 11 and 11.5 will be released later this year with a straight-shafted Phantom X 5s, as well. These new mallets complete a 10-putter Phantom X lineup that promises to be the most compelling family of Scotty Cameron high-tech, high-performance mallets to date.
Each new 2022 Phantom X putter is a combination of steel and aluminium, with nine of the 10 models engineered specifically with a solid, precision-milled 303 stainless steel face and body that is expertly fused with a 6061 aircraft grade aluminium sole and flange component.
Precision milled in the United States from a block of solid 303 stainless steel, the new Phantom X 5, 5.5, 5s, 7, 7.5, 9, 9.5, 11 and 11.5 models were designed with a solid stainless steel face that is carried through to the body and wings.
The refreshed Phantom X 11.5 will continue to feature a low-bend step-less steel shaft installed over a milled topline spud, while the updated Phantom X 7.5 and all-new Phantom X 9.5 will employ small slant/jet necks like the recently revamped Phantom X 5.5.
The Phantom X 5, 7, 9, 11 and 12 models each have a step-less steel shaft engineered to minimise face rotation with a single mid-bend aimed directly down the target line.
The new Phantom X family started well on the PGA Tour, as the champion of The American Express won playing a new Phantom X 7.5 model for the first time. He finished the week second in Strokes Gained: Putting (+6.402) while averaging 1.577 putts per green in regulation.
"Each time I develop a line of putters, the new models go into the hands of the best players in the world. From tour players, we get critical insight into what works for them, what they are looking for, both overall and specifically," said Scotty Cameron.
"From the type of neck configurations to topline thickness, to the sound and feel from the various types of materials and metal we use, professionals know what they want.
"I’ve always taken my design cues from what the best in the world demand. With these new Phantom X mallets, I have the benefit of the past few years of input from players and a line that’s already established on tour."
For more information, go to www.scottycameron.com.