PGA TOUR (August 14)
FEDEX ST. JUDE CHAMPIONSHIP
Titleist Brand Ambassador Will Zalatoris vaulted to the top of the FedExCup Playoffs standings and into the Top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking (No. 9), claiming his first PGA TOUR title on the third hole of a playoff Sunday in Memphis.
Zalatoris – gaming a Pro V1 golf ball and all-Titleist setup, including a Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter – played his final 54 holes of the week in 16 under, posting a final-round 4-under 66 Sunday to force the extra session. Over the four days at TPC Southwind, Zalatoris, 25, topped the field in Strokes Gained: Tee to Green (+8.37) and SG: Approach (+7.73).
ZALATORIS WINS WITH PHANTOM X; 20 WINS FOR SCOTTY CAMERON PLAYERS THIS SEASON: Zalatoris’ victory Sunday with his Scotty Cameron Phantom X 11 Tour Prototype made it 20 wins for Scotty Cameron players this season on the PGA TOUR, more than any other competitor.
It was just one year earlier at TPC Southwind – at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational – that Zalatoris put a new Phantom X 11 in play for the first time.
On Sunday, Zalatoris rolled in a clutch 10-footer for par on 18 to make the playoff, then dropped another 10-footer for par on the second playoff hole to extend the match. His 7-footer on the third playoff hole sealed the victory. For the week, Zalatoris led the field in approach putt performance (also known as lag putting).
“Immediately when I was hitting putts [with it for the first time], I knew exactly where the putt was going to go. Right off the face, I can feel the putt distance-wise and that’s super important,” Zalatoris said.
“When it comes to testing for me, it’s all feel. It was a putter that the second I put it down, I felt like I could see the line super well. I put a line on my ball and seeing that ball roll end over end, it’s a pretty good feeling when you strike a putt and it goes in dead center.”
“Players just love the way the 11 sits on the ground,” said Scotty Cameron Rep Drew Page. “When you put it down, it doesn’t open, it doesn’t close, it just sets up so easily.”
DP WORLD TOUR (August 14)
ISPS HANDA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
The winner of the ISPS Handa World Championship (men’s division) shot a final round 1-under 69 to finish at 12 under for the week and secure his second DP World Tour victory of the year, while leading a 1-2-3 finish for Titleist golf ball players. The winner relied on a Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 putter.
KOREAN PGA TOUR (August 14)
THE 4TH WOOSUNG CONSTRUCTION OPEN
Titleist Brand Ambassador YongGu Shin birdied the second hole of a playoff to earn his first KPGA Tour title. Shin trusted his Scotty Cameron Special Select Flowback 5 (F-5) Tourtype SSS Prototype putter to victory.
SOUTH AFRICA SUNSHINE TOUR (August 14)
BAIN'S WHISKY UBUNYE CHAMPIONSHIP
Titleist Brand Ambassador Martin Rohwer and his teammate combined for eight birdies and an eagle in Saturday’s final round, posting 10-under 62 en route to a six-shot victory. The duo finished at 28 under, six clear of the runners-up. Martin Rohwer gamed his Scotty Cameron Golo S5 Tour Prototype putter.
PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS (July 24)
THE SENIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
The Senior Open Champion and Putter Studio Friend claimed his first senior major using a new Scotty Cameron Phantom X T9.5 Tour Prototype putter that he first put into play a week prior at the Open Championship. Having previously played a Phantom 11.5 model, the Senior Open champ told Scotty Cameron Tour Rep Henry Byrne that the 9.5 (with its small slant neck configuration) helped free up his stroke. Additionally, he said the feel of the 9.5 reminded him of the Newport model he used to win the 2011 Open Championship, while providing him the added forgiveness of a mallet.
PGA TOUR CANADA (July 24)
OSPREY VALLEY OPEN
Titleist Brand Ambassador Danny Walker birdied the first playoff hole to earn his first-ever victory on PGA TOUR Canada. Walker – playing a Pro V1 golf ball and 14 Titleist clubs, including his Scotty Cameron Teryllium T22 Newport (TNP) Prototype – finished the week at 16 under after a final round 3-under 68. On Friday, Walker posted a bogey-free 9-under 62, the best round of the week at the Heathlands Course at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley.
PGA TOUR/DP WORLD TOUR (July 17)
THE 150TH OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Smith lifted the Claret Jug Sunday in St Andrews, claiming his first major championship with a record-setting performance at the Home of Golf. Smith – playing a full bag of Titleist equipment including a Scotty Cameron 009M Tour Prototype putter – made five consecutive birdies from holes 10 through 14 on his way to a final-nine 30, the lowest nine-hole score all-time by an Open Champion.
PGA TOUR (July 3)
JOHN DEERE CLASSIC
Titleist Brand Ambassador J.T. Poston closed out a wire-to-wire victory Sunday at TPC Deere Run, trusting a Pro V1x golf ball and 14 Titleist clubs – including a NEW TSR3 driver and Scotty Cameron GoLo 5 Tour Prototype – to his second PGA TOUR title. The Postman, who opened with a 62 for the second-consecutive week, posted a final-round 2-under 69 to win by three shots. Poston, 29, was dialed in from start to finish, leading the field in Strokes Gained: Tee to Green (+13.41) and SG: Around the Green (+5.95). He also gained 2.761 strokes off the tee (15th), and 4.697 on approach shots (10th). He hit 83 percent of greens in regulation (T4) and was also 83 percent in scrambling (T3.
Poston is the first wire-to-wire winner at the John Deere in 30 years and just the second player to accomplish the feat this season on the PGA TOUR. With the victory, Poston moved to 58th in the World Ranking while earning a spot in the field at St Andrews in two weeks to play in his first Open Championship.
KORN FERRY TOUR (July 3)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Zecheng Dou secured his PGA TOUR card for next season, closing in 5-under 67 at TPC Colorado to win by one shot trusting his Scotty Cameron 009M (Masterful) GSS Tour putter. The win – Dou’s third-career KFT title and first since 2019 – moved him to No. 2 on the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour Regular Season Points List, guaranteeing the promotion.
KOREAN TOUR / ASIAN TOUR (June 26)
KOLON THE 64TH KOREA OPEN
Titleist Brand Ambassador MinKyu Kim claimed his first-career KPGA Tour victory in an all-Titleist playoff with fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador MinGyu Cho, holing a birdie putt on the third extra hole with his Scotty Cameron Special Select Masterful Tourtype SSS putter.
KOREAN TOUR (June 12)
65TH KPGA CHAMPIONSHIP
The event winner captured his first-career Korean PGA Tour victory trusting a Scotty Cameron Special Select Masterful Tourtype SSS putter, posting a final-round 6-under 65 to win by two shots.
PGA TOUR OF CHAMPIONS (June 12)
AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP
Putter Studio friend Thongchai Jaidee claimed his first PGA TOUR Champions title, closing in 4-under 68 for a one-shot victory. Gaming his Scotty Cameron 009 Tour Prototype, Jaidee holed a long, curling birdie putt on the par-3 17th to secure the win and become the Tour’s first Thai champion.
LPGA TOUR (June 5)
U.S. WOMEN'S OPEN
The U.S. Women’s Open champ captured her second major with a Scotty Cameron putter, starting with a fine opening shot on the first hole that led to a two-putt birdie. She drained a 30-plus footer for birdie with her Scotty Cameron Special Select Timeless Tourtype SSS putter at the second hole to open up a lead that was never threatened. For the week, she was second in Strokes Gained: Putting (+2.47 per round) and T3 in Putts per GIR (1.74). This is the same putter she used to win her first major (Evian Championship) last season.
JAPAN GOLF TOUR (June 5)
BMW JAPAN GOLF TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP MORI BUILDING CUP
The winner trusted a Scotty Cameron GoLo 5 to victory.
PGA TOUR (May 22)
104th PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Justin Thomas played his new Phantom X 5 Knuckle Neck Prototype and ranked 2nd in the field in strokes gained putting at the 2022 PGA Championship, his best strokes gained putting stat since his first major win at the 2017 PGA Championship. Gaming a Phantom X 11 Tour Prototype, Will Zalatoris led the season's second major in strokes gained putting through 36 holes, while Cameron Young, also trusting a new Phantom X 11 Tour Prototype made 33 one-putts for the week, 16-for-18 on putts from 4-8 feet over the last three rounds.
KORN FERRY TOUR (May 22)
ADVENT HEALTH CHAMPIONSHIP
Titleist Brand Ambassador Trevor Cone rolled his Pro V1x golf ball in from 19 feet for birdie Sunday on Blue Hills CC’s 18th green to win by one shot, trusting his Scotty Cameron Teryllium T22 Fastback 1.5 (TFB-1.5) Tour Prototype. It marked the second KFT victory for Cone, who finished the week first in putts per green in regulation (+1.648).
KORN FERRY TOUR (May 15)
VISIT KNOXVILLE OPEN
Congratulations to Scotty Cameron loyalist Anders Albertson for taking home the win this weekend at the Visit Knoxville Open with his Scotty Cameron Super Rat II. Albertson completed a wire-to-wire victory Sunday in Knoxville, closing in 4-under 68 to earn his second Korn Ferry Tour title by one shot.
LPGA TOUR (May 15)
COGNIZANT FOUNDERS OPEN
The winner of the Cognizant Founders Cup played a Scotty Cameron Special Select Timeless Tourtype SSS putter in securing her first win of 2022 and seventh LPGA title. It’s the same putter she used to win her first major championship (Evian) last season.
KOREAN TOUR (May 15)
WOORI FINANCIAL GROUP CHAMPIONSHIP
Titleist Brand Ambassador HeeMin Chang captured his first-career KPGA Tour victory, trusting a Phantom X 6 STR putter, closing in 1-under 71 to complete a four-shot victory.
PGA TOUR (May 8)
WELLS FARGO CHAMPIONSHIP
Sunday marked the third win for Max Homa in the last 15 months, each of them with a Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter model in the bag. “When you putt it like I did this week, you know, you almost have to mess up to at least not contend, so that was a humongous part of the week, for sure,” he said.
The run began at last year’s Genesis Invitational, where Homa, gaming a Phantom X 11.5 model, became the first player to win with a Phantom X on the PGA TOUR. Four months later, he switched to the Phantom X 5.5, which he used to win the Fortinet Championship in September. That same putter was in his hands this week in Maryland, where he finished fourth in Strokes Gained: Putting (+7.596).
Said Homa, on his switch to Phantom X last season: “I was just struggling with face control with my putter. So I tried a few mallets, ended up going with one of the Phantoms and it just felt like it swung a bit better. It didn’t feel like I needed to work so much with my hands to release the putter. And at that time that’s really what I needed and then I got hooked on them.
“I think you almost don't have to do as much with your hands, so you can just focus on the big muscles. And I feel like, especially with putting, especially when you're nervous, that’s a huge part of being consistent and having a lot of repetition. I felt like that was something that I was missing. And when I switched to that, I felt like it just became a lot more predictable just because I could take out a variable.
“Speed control became much easier with the Phantom style. I felt like because of the weight of the head or just the way it swung, I just felt like it was a lot easier to control my putts from 15 to 25 feet. That’s where I’ve typically struggled. That’s definitely the most obvious impact I saw.
“I think we work a lot on alignment with my putting, with getting the face square to the target line and something about the way they set up, I feel like they’re very square. I feel like that’s helped, but I really do think that the speed control has been the main benefactor (to my wins), holing a couple extra 10 to 20 footers. And that typically is mostly speed based, less start line than the closer putts.”
Max shares some thoughts about his choice in putter in the clip below.
DP WORLD TOUR (May 8)
BETFRED BRITISH MASTERS
The winner of the Betfred British Masters played a Scotty Cameron Timeless TT (Tour Type) GSS prototype putter in claiming his sixth DP World Tour title. To close out the victory, the winner finished eagle-birdie for the second consecutive day at The Belfry, vaulting to the top of the leaderboard to win by one shot. On Sunday, he holed a 28-footer for eagle on the par-5 17th and rolled his Pro V1x Left Dash in from 35 feet on No. 18 for the winning birdie. For the week, he ranked third in Strokes Gained: Putting (+2.17 per round), 11th in SG: Approach (+1.56 per round) and eighth in Scrambling (74.19%).
KORN FERRY TOUR (May 8)
SIMMONS BANK OPEN
The winner of the Simmons Bank Open played a Scotty Cameron Select Timeless Buttonback Tour prototype putter, making birdie on the 72nd hole to win by a shot. Three of the last four winners on the Korn Ferry Tour have now played a Scotty Cameron putter. Tyson Alexander won the recent Veritex Bank Championship gaming a Scotty Cameron Special Select Flowback 5 (F-5) Tourtype SSS prototype putter, while T.J. Vogel used a Scotty Cameron Select Flowback 5.5 (F-5.5) Buttonback Tour Prototype putter to win the Club Car Championship.
PGA TOUR OF AUSTRALASIA (May 8)
NORTHERN TERRITORY PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
The winner captured his first victory on the PGA Tour of Australasia, posting a course-record 10-under 61 Friday at the Palmerston Golf Club on his way to a seven-shot victory in the tour’s final major of the season trusting his Scotty Cameron Newport Tour putter.
SOUTH AFRICA SUNSHINE TOUR (May 1)
Playing a Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5 Tour putter, Titleist Brand Ambassador Tristen Strydom won for the first time on the Sunshine Tour in a record-setting performance at the season finale. Strydom closed in 6-under 66 to finish at 21-under 267, claiming the record for the lowest winning total in the history of the Tour Championship. He broke the previous record of 19-under-par 269 set by Titleist Brand Ambassador Garrick Higgo in 2020.
The Zurich Classic victory makes it five wins in a row for Scotty Cameron putter players on the PGA Tour. And, with that streak the titles are adding up, as 14 events this season so far have been won with our putters. The nearest competitor has 8. The PGA Tour rolls into Mexico this week where loyal Scotty Cameron putter players look to extend the winning streak. Read on to learn more about this season's success.
PGA TOUR (April 24)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Patrick Cantlay and his regular Ryder Cup/Presidents Cup partner, the reigning Olympic champion, opened with a best-ball 59 on their way to a record-setting, wire-to-wire victory in New Orleans. The first victors to lead the event from start-to-finish, the duo broke the tournament scoring record, finishing the four rounds (two best ball, two alternate shot) at 29 under par. Cantlay, the defending FedExCup champion and PGA Tour Player of the Year, now has seven-career PGA TOUR victories. Since the beginning of last season, no one has more wins than Cantlay (5). He continues to game his Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5 Prototype.
Currently, 5 of the Top 10 players in the world game Scotty Cameron putters. And with the recent win count at 34 victories so far this season on the worldwide professional golf tours, the titles continue to be taken by players trusting Scotty Cameron putters, including four wins last weekend.
In addition to Jordan Spieth's win on the PGA Tour, Tyson Alexander won the Korn Ferry Tour's Veritex Bank Championship with his Special Select Flowback 5 (F-5) Tourtype SSS putter. On the Asian Tour, Sihwan Kim trusted his Newport 2 GSS Tour Prototype to win the Trust Golf Asian Mixed Stableford Challenge while Sanghyun Park won the Korean Tour's DB insurance Promy Open with his Scotty Cameron Del Mar GSS Tour Prototype.
PGA TOUR (April 17)
Jordan Spieth, playing his trusty 009 Prototype, emerged from an all-Titleist playoff with fellow Brand Ambassador Patrick Cantlay Sunday at Harbour Town Golf Links to earn his 13th PGA TOUR victory. Playing a Pro V1x golf ball and full bag of Titleist equipment, Spieth finished first in Strokes Gained: Tee to Green, gaining more than 13 strokes (+13.341) on the field. The only player to gain an average of over three strokes tee-to-green per round, Spieth also finished 4th in SG: Off the Tee (+4.322), 10th in SG: Approach (+4.79), 5th in SG: Around the Green (+4.232) and 6th in Scrambling (81.82%).
KORN FERRY TOUR (April 17)
VERITEX BANK CHAMPIONSHIP
Playing a Special Select Flowback 5 (F-5) Tourtype SSS, Titleist Brand Ambassador Tyson Alexander made history Saturday at Texas Rangers Golf Club, becoming the first player to successfully defend a title in the history of the Korn Ferry Tour. Three shots back to start the final round, Alexander, playing a Pro V1 golf ball and full bag of Titleist equipment, closed in 6-under 65 to win by two shots. He sealed the win with a birdie on 18, getting his Pro V1 golf ball up-and-down from just off the front of the green on the par 5. His rounds of 65-66-66-65 totalled 22 under, putting him at 45 under over his last eight rounds at Texas Rangers GC. He won last year’s event at 23 under (67-65-65-64). With the win, Alexander, who led the field in Greens in Regulation at 87.5% (63/72), moved to No. 8 in the Korn Ferry Points Standings. In celebration of his 2021 victory, Alexander threw out the first pitch Wednesday at the Texas Rangers’ game.
“Whenever you can be the first person to do something, I thinks that’s cool,” said Alexander, 33. “Hopefully I'm not back here next year; hopefully I’m on the TOUR. But today a win is a win and I’ll defend any title anywhere, so I’ll take it.”
ASIAN TOUR (April 17)
TRUST GOLF ASIAN MIXED STABLEFORD CHALLENGE
Titleist Brand Ambassador Sihwan Kim won for the second time in six weeks, closing with 7 points Sunday to win by 2 points in the mixed modified stableford scoring event co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and LET. Playing a Pro V1 golf ball and full bag of Titleist equipment, including TSi3 driver, NEW T100 irons and Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS Tour prototype putter, Kim finished the event with 49 points, 44 of them a result of his first-round 62 and third-round 61.
“This is the first time I had a 10 under and an 11 under in a tournament and my putting has just been phenomenal, that’s pretty much what got me through it…” he said. “I am really confident in my putting right now.”
KOREAN TOUR (April 17)
DB INSURANCE PROMY OPEN
Playing a Scotty Cameron Del Mar GSS Prototype, Titleist Brand Ambassador Sanghyun Park won the KPGA’s season-opener to claim his 11th-career KPGA tour title. Park closed in 4-under par 67 to finish at 10 under for the one-shot victory.
PGA TOUR (April 3)
VALERO TEXAS OPEN
The winner of the Valero Texas Open gamed a Cameron & Co. Newport 2 GSS Tour putter going 31 for 31 on putts under 10 feet during the weekend en route to taking his first PGA TOUR title. This was the 11th PGA TOUR victory of the 21-2022 season by players gaming Scotty Cameron putters.
KORN FERRY TOUR (April 3)
CLUB CAR CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE LANDINGS CLUB
Titleist Brand Ambassador T.J. Vogel trusted his Scotty Cameron Select Flowback 5.5 (F-5.5) Buttonback Tour Prototype to his first Korn Ferry Tour victory at the Club Car Championship at The Landings Club. Vogel shot 5-under 67 in the final round giving him a one-shot win.
PGA TOUR (March 27)
WGC DELL MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP
The winner of the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play is now 3-for-5 since switching to his new Scotty Cameron Newport 2-style putter. He first put the new Timeless TT (Tour Type) GSS prototype in play at the WM Phoenix Open, where he claimed his maiden PGA TOUR victory while leading the field in putts per green in regulation (1.66) and ranking second for the week in Strokes Gained: Putting (+6.49).
The new World No. 1 added the new putter to his bag following a December trip to the Scotty Cameron Putter Studio, where he worked with Scotty Cameron Tour Rep Brad Cloke. He had previously been using a Newport-style Super Rat 1 Tour prototype. (Newport is the softer, rounder counterpart to the Newport 2.)
Sunday’s win also marked the 10th victory for Scotty Cameron putters this season on the PGA TOUR, more than any other brand.
DP WORLD TOUR (March 27)
COMMERCIAL BANK QATAR MASTERS
The winner of the Qatar Masters trusted a new Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.2 tour prototype putter to victory.
SUNSHINE TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA (March 27)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Clement Sordet trusted his Scotty Cameron Phantom X T-11.5 Prototype and birdied the first playoff hole to earn his maiden Sunshine Tour win and fifth title on the Challenge Tour in the co-sanctioned event.
PGA OF AUSTRALASIA (March 20)
The winner of the PGA of Australia's Golf Challenge NSW Open played a full bag of Titleist equipment, becoming the sixth amateur to win in the event’s history. He made just one bogey over the 54 holes trusting his Futura T-5.5 Tour prototype putter to a one-shot victory.
THE PLAYERS CHAMPION - CAMERON SMITH (March 13)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Smith played 26 holes Monday at TPC Sawgrass, making 11 birdies – including 10 over his final 18 holes, the most final-round birdies ever by a PLAYERS Champion – in claiming the biggest victory of his career. It marked the fifth PGA TOUR victory for the 28-year-old Smith, and second win of 2022 following his win at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Smith trusted his Scotty Cameron 009M (Masterful) Prototype for the win.
He shattered the record books at THE PLAYERS Championship, gaining the most strokes ever on the putting green in tournament history, as well as the most one putts by a PLAYERS Champion (42).
PGA TOUR AUSTRALASIA
Congratulations to Titleist Brand Ambassador Aaron Pike who birdied the third playoff hole at TPS Hunter Valley trusting his Scotty Cameron Phantom X T-11 Prototype to capture his third PGA TOUR Australasia title.
A Scotty Cameron putter player took the win at Bay Hill claiming the 2022 Arnold Palmer Invitational victory trusting his Scotty Cameron Timeless TT (Tour Type) GSS Prototype. The winner is now 2-for-3 since switching to his new Scotty Cameron Newport 2-style putter. The API champ first put the new GSS Tour prototype in play three weeks ago at the WM Phoenix Open, where he claimed his maiden PGA TOUR victory while leading the field in putts per green in regulation (1.66) and ranking second for the week in Strokes Gained: Putting (+6.49). His success on the greens continued this week in Orlando, where he gained 4.255 strokes putting (17th) on the field and was fourth in putts per green in regulation (1.636). The now two-time PGA TOUR winner added the new putter to his bag following a December trip to the Scotty Cameron Putter Studio, where he worked with Scotty Cameron Tour Rep Brad Cloke.
PGA TOUR AUSTRALASIA
Titleist Brand Ambassador Jarryd Felton rolled his Pro V1x golf ball in with his 009M (Masterful) SSS Prototype for birdie on the first hole of a playoff to claim the trophy in Sydney. Felton’s win continues the momentum for Titleist players this season in Australia.
Titleist Brand Ambassador and Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS loyalist Sihwan Kim captured his first Asian Tour title, closing in 9-under 64 for a two-shot victory at the International Series Thailand. Kim, 33, started the final round three shots behind the leader but quickly made up the difference with seven birdies in a row from holes 2 through 8 to make the turn in 29. The 2004 U.S. Junior Am champ opened the event with a course-record 62 at Black Mountain GC in Hua Hin. He has been in the final pairing on Sunday at three of the last six Asian Tour events.
Additionally the World No. 1 LPGA player trusted her Scotty Cameron Phantom X T-5.5 Prototype to victory at the HSBC Women's World Championship.
TOUR NOTES - ARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONAL
We have some images, stats and videos sent in by our Scotty Cameron PGA Tour putter representatives we're happy to share. With inside-the-ropes access at every event, our intrepid reps cover the worldwide professional golf tours making sure loyal Scotty Cameron putter players have what they need to compete at the highest levels of the game.
Titleist player Will Zalatoris shot an opening-round 68 trusting his Scotty Cameron Phantom X T-11 Proto. Rep Drew sent in a video of Will on the practice green. Impressive stats so far this season:
- Leads PGA Tour in Strokes Gained: Tee-to-Green this season
- Leads PGA Tour in Strokes Gained: Approach this season
With over 34% of all putters in play at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Scotty Cameron putter usage on Tour continues to grow. This week, we had 17 Phantom X mallets in play. Click the image below to see this week's Tour slideshow.
Recent winner, Scotty loyalist and Titleist full line player Sungjae Im gave us a look at his setup and stroke with his Flowback 5 Prototype. Here are some of his recent stats:
- T-1st in Strokes Gained: Total at Bay Hill since debut in 2019 (at least 8 rounds in span)
- 2nd on PGA Tour in Scrambling this season
- 3rd on PGA Tour in Strokes Gained: Around-the-Green this season
Here are some stats of a few of our loyal putter playing pros:
Max Homa (Phantom X T-5.5 Proto)
- Up 87 spots this season in strokes gained putting
- 8th on PGA Tour in average proximity from 50-125 yards (14’8”)
- 5th on PGA Tour in par 5 scoring average this season (4.36)
- Led the field in strokes gained putting last year at Bay Hill
Ian Poulter (Phantom X T-11 Proto)
- Making 43.2% of putts from 10-15 feet this season (ranked 4th on Tour)
- 11 straight made cuts at the Arnold Palmer Invitational
- 153 birdies or better in this event since 2011, 2nd-most of any player in that span
Cameron Young (Phantom X T-5 Proto)
- 2nd on PGA Tour this season in strokes gained off-the-tee
- 11th on PGA Tour this season in birdie average (4.79)
- Making birdie or better on 29.3% of holes played this season (rank: 12th)
Charles Howell III (009)
- Making 22nd career start at Arnold Palmer Invitational (18 made cuts)
- 242 birdies or better at this tournament since 2001 (most of any player in that span)
Enjoy the event! Keep an eye on our Tour Victories page for win counts.