Scotty Cameron's Phantom X line of mallet putters enjoyed a successful end to 2021, as they were trusted by Patrick Cantlay and Will Zalatoris to win the 2021 PGA Tour Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year honours.
This year sees Scotty introduce the next evolution in the putter line, with a number of new models available to bring the most in-demand mallet shapes from the tour to golfers all around the world.
The new lineup features both new head shapes and updates to existing models, as well as a new textured grip and graphics.
"The 2022 Phantom X mallets feature the 'greatest hits' of what we've developed - the solid stainless-steel faces, the new necks, the new shapes - rolled out in high-end, premium precision milled mallets designed to inspire us all to play better. I believe there's a putter in this line that will appeal to just about every mallet player."
Scotty Cameron, Master Craftsman
Each new Phantom X putter features a combination of steel and aluminium, with nine of the ten models engineered with a solid, precision-milled 303 stainless steel face and body that is fused with a 6061 aluminium sole and flange.
Scotty Cameron Phantom X 2022 Putter Range
Phantom X 5 Putter
Updated for 2022 with a new sole plate design and graphics, the near-face balanced mid-mallet has a single bend shaft and solid face configuration milled from stainless steel. This combines with an updated aluminium sole plate and customisable stainless steel sole weights.
The small slant/jet neck setup which takes inspiration from Justin Thomas' own putter returns in the new 5.5 putter.
Completely updated for 2022 as a highly requested shape on tour and introduced as the 2021 My Girl Limited. An angular wingback mallet with single bend shaft which not only makes alignment easier, but also pushes weight further back in the head to increase stability and MOI.
Identical to the Phantom X 7 but with a small slant and jet neck to promote slight toe flow, and enhanced alignment options in the longer, sharper wing design.
With similar design attributes as the Phantom X 5 and 11 shapes, the new near-face balanced compact high MOI wingback mallet is designed to present a unique profile with simple alignment cues, a solid look at address and modern appeal.
This is the follow up to the 2021 Phantom X 9.5 Triple Black Limited and has a small slant and jet neck, with enhanced alignment features and toe flow.
The 12 has been redesigned with an elongated continuous alignment line and now comes with a thinner mid-section profile and new graphics, and has the MOI in the whole Phantom X line. The mallet promotes plenty of forgiveness with perimeter weighting as well as a superior sound and feedback.
Coming June 17th...
As part of their upcoming summer release, Scotty Cameron are adding their take on the popular wingback mid-mallet shape with a straight shaft, zero offset and milled sightline on top, designed to favour golfers with a straight back, straight through putting stroke.
Updated with the new Phantom X design for 2022, the high MOI face-balanced wingback 11 comes with simple alignment cues and customisable stainless steel sole weights. The putter has design similarities with the wingback 12 and 5, providing a new option in performance mallets for players seeking high MOI and stability in a compact model.
Identical to the 11 except for the shaft configuration, the 11.5 adds another compact mallet option to the Phantom X line. A high-MOI wingback mallet with a low-bend shaft for slight toe flow and customisable stainless steel sole weights.
Each new Phantom X putter features advanced stability weighting with two custom stainless steel heel-toe weights, and stepless steel shafts.
The putters also come with a new version of the Pistolero Plus grip with a non-slip, decorative texture that has less taper in the lower hand for a combination of size, feel and feedback.
The new putters will be available from 15th April at an SRP of £409, with the Phantom X 5s, 11 and 11.5 models available from 15th June.
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