Phantom X

As a prototype brought to production, Phantom X pushes the boundaries of modern putter design by blending the visual characteristics of a blade with the playability of a mallet, while offering innovative options in setup, materials and construction.

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Phantom X5

5

“A long-time performer on Tour, the 5 design has evolved into this faster-looking, racier model. I wanted to give players exactly what they’ve been asking for—a slightly smaller head with simple sight dot alignment, a wide topline and tapered wings. It sets up really nicely, especially with the new solid aluminum face.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X5.5

5.5

“We’ve reached the next level with the design that Justin Thomas and I started talking about a few years ago. Each prototype evolved into the next until we created the Phantom X 5.5. Same shape as the 5, just with a lower bend for a little more toe hang to produce a nice arc to the stroke. I gave one to JT at the Sony Open and it went right in the bag.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X6

6

“Like a low-slung, high-powered sports car, I put the back flange of the Phantom X 6 right down on the ground. With those long, bright lines framing the ball and the sight dots guiding the way, you just line it up and go. Simple, elegant performance and the sweet feel of a solid aluminum face.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X6 STR

6 STR

“The Phantom X line is about offering mallet players as many options as possible. With the face balanced 6 STR, I went with a straight shaft setup for golfers who really want to create a straight-back-straight-through putting stroke. It has all of the racy good looks and visual alignment guides of the Phantom X 6, just without offset and a straight shaft.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X7

7

“The perfect blend of soft, sculpted contours mixed with angular shapes to help frame the golf ball. These materials work so well together—aluminum and steel. With the 7, we have a rounded flange with long lines going all the way back. Sole it and there are no shadows, the flange runs from the topline and just melts away toward the back.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X7.5

7.5

“With the low-bend shaft in the Phantom X 7.5, the putter is going to flow through the toe just a bit more for a freer, less mechanical stroke. That said, players will benefit from the great feel of a solid aluminum face and the alignment cues designed into the overall look of this new, high-tech mallet.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X8

8

“Mallet players are very particular. What might appeal to one may not be what another is looking for. I created Phantom X to offer options I thought would appeal to all types of mallet players. The 8 is new territory and entirely ‘next level’. No distractions. All alignment in a shape that sits like a fighter jet wing.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X8.5

8.5

“The entire setup is next level. High-tech and angular, yet curvy and sleek, too. The Phantom X 8.5 is for the player who likes simple and elegant—but bold—alignment guides. With a low-bend shaft to promote a bit more toe flow for a naturally arcing putting stroke, I think players will like this fresh take on what a mallet can be.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X12

12

“The flagship model of the line. It has it all. Wings like a jet. The flowing, raised flange that tapers back for stellar alignment. High MOI. All of the curves and angles work together for a mallet optimized for looks, feel and performance.” — Scotty Cameron

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Phantom X12.5

12.5

This line extension provides players with an enhanced toe flow option to the Phantom X family’s popular X 12 flagship model.

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