Earlier this year Scotty Cameron unveiled details of their new Phantom X collection for 2022, and now they are expanding the range again with the addition of three new mallet models to take the overall line-up to 10.
The range features new head shapes, grips, graphics and premium styling, and have already been used to record multiple victories on the PGA, LPGA and DP World Tours, including at the PGA Championship thanks to Justin Thomas.
"With the 10-putter Phantom X lineup now complete, mallet players will have a full range of choices in Phantom X designs. From different neck and shaft configurations to the variety of overall head shapes, to our integration of solid stainless-steel faces with aluminium sole components, the Phantom X family is all about premium precision milled mallets designed for those looking to make more putts."
"The all-new Phantom X 5s is our straight-shafted model for that ultra-mechanical stroke. The new Phantom X 11 and 11.5 have been refined and updated with the same look and feel of the current 2022 line including the new sole design and overall aesthetics."
Scotty Cameron, Master Craftsman.
Phantom X 5s Putter
A new version of the popular Phantom X 5 wingback mid-mallet features a straight shaft and milled topline sight line for golfers seeking more of a straight back, straight through putting stroke with zero offset.
The straight shafted model has a solid milled stainless-steel face, customisable sole weights and also has the new precision milled aluminium sole plate design.
Phantom X 11 Putter
Again featuring the new Phantom X sole design and new graphics, the high-MOI face-balanced wingback putter has a mid-bend shaft and precision milled 303 stainless steel face, topline body and wings. There's an aluminium flange/sole component and customisable stainless steel sole weights.
The 11 is said to be quite similar in design to the wingback 12 and 5, but provides another option for golfers wanting high MOI and stability in a more compact shape.
Phantom X 11.5 Putter
The 11.5 is identical to the 11 apart from its shaft configuration, and adds another compact mallet to the Phantom X line.
It's a high-MOI wingback with a low-bend shaft to encourage slight toe flow.
The new models come with an updated Pistolero Plus grip which has less taper in the lower hand for optimal size, feel and feedback when paired with Phantom X mallet putters.
The sight line on the 5s is painted black, while sight lines on the Phantom X 11 and 11.5 models are light grey.
The models will be available to pre-order from 31st May and in retailers on 17th June, at an SRP of £409 each.
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