SKU:
70020827

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 Putter

$429.00
SKU:
70020827

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 Putter

$429.00
SKU:
70020827

Product details

Titleist Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 Putter


With feedback from the game’s greatest players, the new Phantom X putters have evolved into a Tour-proven setup for the 2021 season.  As close as you can get to Justin Thomas’ Tour setup, the Phantom X 5.5 is an arc-enhancing small slant neck inspired by JT’s setup, with the same overall blueprint and multi-material construction.

 

Engineered to promote a flowing “blade-like” feel and the perimeter weighting stability benefits of a mallet, the 2021 Phantom X 5.5 Putter instills confidence on the greens.  Adding to the confidence, the milled sight line and precision craftsmanship provide the looks of a Tour-level putter. The 2021 Phantom X 5.5 putter’s solid one-piece face/body milled from 303 stainless steel, integrated aluminum sole plate and steel sole weights combines to provide maximum playability.   The multi-material construction incorporating different weighted components moves weight to the perimeter of the clubhead increasing MOI, stability and forgiveness. 


Total Alignment The topline of the Phantom X is the perfect focal cue consisting of a single perpendicular line and the curved back wings creates a confident alignment at address.


Small Slant Neck The 2021 Phantom X 5.5 putter is engineered with a small slant neck that lays slightly back with a seamless shaft-over setup so players can easily view the ball at address.  With nearly one shaft of offset this configuration encourages slight toe flow. 


Model: 2021 Titleist Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 Putter

Materials: 303 stainless steel face/body, 6061 aircraft aluminum sole/flange component

Loft: 3.5°

Lie: 70°

Offset: 3/4  Shaft

Grip: Pistolero Plus



Titleist is an American brand name of golf equipment and apparel products produced by the Acushnet subsidiary, which is headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, United States. It was founded in 1932 by Philip E. Young, and is a subsidiary of the Acushnet Company.

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