Phantom X 5.5
Identical in shape to the Phantom X 5, the 5.5 has a lower neck bend that provides enhanced toe flow for players seeking stability while still creating an arc in the stroke. This neck style was inspired by Justin Thomas’ Tour prototype setup and combines some of the feel of a blade putter with the forgiveness benefits of a mallet.
The Phantom X line presents players with a variety of new mallet setups built around a cohesive mix of five head styles, with multiple shaft bend and alignment options. Each model features a precision milled solid aluminium face integrated into a stainless steel head with enhanced vibration dampening technology for increased MOI, optimal weight distribution, improved sound, and responsive feedback.
Five High-Tech, Multi-Material Heads
Each Phantom X putter is a precision milled, multi-component mallet based on one of five new head designs. These models are slightly more compact than their Futura predecessors with sleek, ground-hugging contours that pleasingly angle away from the player to inspire confidence at address, yet still employ aluminium and steel components perfectly matched for optimal shape and weight distribution.
Tour Preferred Alignment
A variety of tour-preferred setups offer multiple alignment options, including: continuous lines from the leading edge all the way back; simple sight dots; raised or stepped down flanges; and wider or “vanishing” toplines. Alignment features have been accentuated with longer, racing-inspired lines and triple milled sight dots highlighted in neon yellow paint to frame the golf ball at address.
Solid Face Technology
Each Phantom X mallet is constructed with a standard-milled, 6061 aircraft aluminium face anodised black that extends back and through the flange areas of each model. This results in solid feedback, while preserving the soft feel players prefer.
New Custom Designed Grip
The Phantom X line marks the debut of the new Pistolero Plus grip in cement grey with gloss black paint fill. The Pistolero Plus is a modified Pistolero grip with a thicker, less tapered right (low) hand that combines the tour-preferred performance and feel of a rubber Pistolero-style grip with a slightly built-up feel perfectly suited to mallet putters.