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I couldn't beat @jlukes to this.  He's been waiting for this one for a couple months now!  But here's the official word and more pics.

 

Titleist Introduces New Scotty Cameron Phantom X Putters

Updated Tour-Inspired Designs and New Models Strengthen Mallet Family

FAIRHAVEN, Mass. (Feb. 9, 2021) – Drawing on his extensive experience with golf’s greatest players, Scotty Cameron has bolstered the high-tech Phantom X family with four new tour-inspired setups. The updated Phantom X 5 and Phantom X 5.5 replace current in-line models, while the new Phantom X 11 and Phantom X 11.5 - compact wingback mallets - add new options engineered for performance.

 

Available on March 26 in golf shops worldwide, the new Phantom X putters are inspired by the designs that Master Putter Maker Scotty Cameron has crafted for tour players around the globe. All four putters feature solid stainless steel faces and bodies with new shapes and neck configurations.

The Phantom X 5 and Phantom X 5.5 models have been completely revamped and replace the current putters as a rolling change. The new Phantom X 11 and Phantom X 11.5 were developed based on player requests for a slightly smaller setup in the spirit of the Phantom X 12 and 12.5 models.

 

QUOTING SCOTTY CAMERON: “Working with our game’s best players gives me great perspective into what they are looking for in a mallet putter. From the types of metals used to the subtle changes in shaft bends, these new Phantom X models offer brand new, highly requested options that build on our most popular models from 2020. I’ve had so many people asking for a putter like Justin Thomas’ gamer - and the Phantom X 5.5 is my direct answer. It has a solid 303 stainless steel face and body with aluminum in the sole and a small slant or ‘jet’ neck for more toe flow. For less toe flow, we have the Phantom X 5 with the single bend shaft. With the Phantom X 11 and 11.5, I was able to design a more compact wingback mallet with a stainless steel face in conjunction with 6061 aircraft aluminum for a look and feel that just performs while being very stable and forgiving. This line extension adds four new options that will most definitely pique the interest of mallet players.”

 

2021 PHANTOM X LINE EXTENSION TECHNOLOGY: An integration of steel and aluminum, each new Phantom X putter created for the line was engineered specifically with a solid, precision-milled 303 stainless steel face and body, expertly fused with a 6061 aircraft grade aluminum sole and flange component: 

 

 SOLID STAINLESS STEEL FACE/BODY CONSTRUCTION: Precision milled in the United States from a block of solid 303 stainless steel, each new Phantom X putter (5, 5.5, 11, 11.5) was designed with a solid stainless steel face that is carried through to the body/wings and integrated with an aluminum sole/flange component for performance and playability with consistent sound and soft feel.

 

 TOUR-INSPIRED SHAPES: Each new Phantom X setup evolved from player input specifically related to the line’s most popular models – the Phantom X 5 and Phantom X 12 – with requests for more compact overall head sizes, refined swept-back wings and more tour-like configurations inspired by the design of those mallets.

 

• NEW NECK/SHAFT CONFIGURATIONS: The Phantom X 5 and Phantom X 11 were designed with a stepless steel shaft engineered to minimize face rotation during the putting stroke by incorporating a single “mid-bend” aimed directly down the target line. The Phantom X 5.5 employs the small slant neck made famous on tour with its seamless shaft-over configuration. The Phantom X 11.5 has a stepless steel shaft with a single “low-bend” aimed down the target line to promote an arc path for more toe flow or a more “blade-like” feel in the putting stroke.

 

2021 PHANTOM X LINE EXTENSION NEW MODELS: The new additions to the Phantom X line offer golfers the choice of two compact mallet model shapes, each with two specific neck/shaft configurations:

 

• Phantom X 5: Going well beyond an update, Scotty completely re-designed the new Phantom X 5. A solid precision milled 303 stainless steel face is carried through to the body and wings and integrated with an aluminum sole component and stainless steel sole weights. This revamped mid-mallet is reminiscent of past Futura models with its slightly more compact profile and wingback shape. Configured to be nearly face balanced, this tour-proven model with its single bend shaft and sight line on the topline, has also been crafted with darker alignment features in the flange to simplify setup and increase confidence.

 

• Phantom X 5.5: Inspired by Justin Thomas’ tour setup, the new Phantom X 5.5 replaces its predecessor and includes the small slant neck inspired by JT’s configuration, as well as the same overall sizing and material makeup. Designed to promote subtle toe flow with stability, it has a milled sight line on the topline. The solid face/body is precision milled 303 stainless steel integrated with an aluminum sole/flange component and customizable stainless steel sole weights. Available in both right and left-handed.

 

 Phantom X 11: The new Phantom X 11 shares design similarities with the wingback Phantom X 12 and new Phantom X 5, yet provides a new option in compact, performance-oriented mallets. Its solid face/body is precision milled from 303 stainless steel and integrated with an aluminum sole component for optimal weight distribution, balance and feel. With its sleek profile and swept-back trimmed wings, the new Phantom X 11 has a clean topline and provides darker visual alignment cues from address with its misted back flange milling and raised single sight line in light gray. Phantom X 11 has a mid-bend shaft to minimize face rotation during the stroke and customizable stainless steel sole weights.

 

• Phantom X 11.5: Identical to the Phantom X 11 - except for its shaft configuration - the new Phantom X 11.5 adds another compact mallet option to the high-tech Phantom X line. The low-bend shaft enhances toe flow, while stability is provided via the new solid face/body, precision milled from 303 stainless steel and integrated with an aluminum sole/flange component. With its sleek profile and swept-back trimmed wings, the new Phantom X 11.5 has a clean topline and provides darker visual alignment cues from address with its misted back flange milling and raised single sight line in light gray. With customizable stainless steel sole weights, Phantom X 11.5 provides optimal weight distribution, balance and feel.

 

 2021 PHANTOM X ON SCOTTYCAMERON.COM: https://www.scottycameron.com/2021-phantom-x/

 

PHANTOM X WEIGHTING & SHAFTS

Each new Phantom X putter features advanced stability weighting with two customizable stainless steel heel-toe weights and stepless steel shafts.

 

FINISH & GRAPHICS

Each new Phantom X model’s stainless steel putter head components have been misted for a radiant - yet glare resistant - appearance. The 6061 aircraft grade aluminum components have been misted and anodized black. Scotty’s familiar three-dot theme carries through to the back cavities of the Phantom X 5 and 5.5 as unpainted, raw circles milled into the stainless steel. The sight lines on the Phantom X 5 and 5.5 are painted black, while sight lines on the Phantom X 11 and 11.5 models are accented in light gray.

 

AVAILABILITY

The new Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter models will be available worldwide March 26 through Titleist authorized golf shops. MAP $429.

 

ON THE WEB

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Also here's a video on them.

 

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I game the original phantom 5.5 for about a month in 2019 as I won it in a tournament.  I loved it, but I wished that it had a slant/flow next instead of the double bend shaft, and I wished that the face was stainless steel rather than aluminum, as I just didn't like the sound/feel off the aluminum face.

2021 version:

Milled Stainless steel face - check

Flow/Slant neck -check

I have this bad boy pre-ordered from my local shop and I absolutely cannot wait to get it in the bag!

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Does this mean that SC will be bringing out a new blade lineup in 2021? 

I didn’t see any new blades in most wanted testing; so my guess would be no. But you never know; there could be a late release.

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16 minutes ago, JSki_Golf said:

Does this mean that SC will be bringing out a new blade lineup in 2021? 

They are generally on an alternate year release cycle.  Blades/Studio putters were 2020.  Phantom/Futura putters this year.

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On 2/9/2021 at 3:08 PM, jlukes said:

I game the original phantom 5.5 for about a month in 2019 as I won it in a tournament.  I loved it, but I wished that it had a slant/flow next instead of the double bend shaft, and I wished that the face was stainless steel rather than aluminum, as I just didn't like the sound/feel off the aluminum face.

2021 version:

Milled Stainless steel face - check

Flow/Slant neck -check

I have this bad boy pre-ordered from my local shop and I absolutely cannot wait to get it in the bag!

I had the 5.5 for a week & the feel/sound were just awful. It produced a really high pitched ping which I'm guessing is due to aluminium.

Hoping the new steel construction will give a much more solid feel that I'd expect from a scotty.

That new sight line is also a massive improvement from the 3 dots. 

Got one pre-ordered & can't wait!! 

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2 minutes ago, Kboy1983 said:

I had the 5.5 for a week & the feel/sound were just awful. It produced a really high pitched ping which I'm guessing is due to aluminium.

Hoping the new steel construction will give a much more solid feel that I'd expect from a scotty.

That new sight line is also a massive improvement from the 3 dots. 

Got one pre-ordered & can't wait!! 

Yup and the firmer the ball you used the worse the sound was.  Those 3 dots were awkward as well.

Unfortunately it sounds like the same ugly non-matching headcover will be coming with these.  I have a Silver one ready to swap out as soon as I get it, but it is crazy that the headcover is such dogshit

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I'm glad that they will be offering the 5.5 in a left handed version finally.   I've seen a lot of conversions from righty to lefty for sale, but they usually want an arm and a leg. 

Don't really need a new putter at the moment as I just bought the Bettinardi mallet last year, but that style is definitely one that invokes confidence for me.  Usually like the lines on the Scotty so will give this one a test if/when a golf galaxy gets any in.

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Do my eyes deceive me. I still cannot believe Scotty is actually building a “JT” mallet.  The suggestion box on the roof of his studio must have finally taken the hint. 
 

Nice to see them join the show. 

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Dug into these a little more and I am really liking the 11.5 head; I like the low-bend shaft and the clean topline. The Inovai 7.0 slant had my eyes but this just might be the one. 

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On 2/9/2021 at 11:58 AM, jlukes said:

They are generally on an alternate year release cycle.  Blades/Studio putters were 2020.  Phantom/Futura putters this year.

Thank you for dropping some knowledge! I didn't know that! 

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On 2/11/2021 at 10:12 AM, juspoole said:

I'm glad that they will be offering the 5.5 in a left handed version finally.   I've seen a lot of conversions from righty to lefty for sale, but they usually want an arm and a leg. 

Don't really need a new putter at the moment as I just bought the Bettinardi mallet last year, but that style is definitely one that invokes confidence for me.  Usually like the lines on the Scotty so will give this one a test if/when a golf galaxy gets any in.

I've never 'needed a new putter at the moment' but that hasn't stopped my club hoe lifestyle. 

Putters are like golf majors...you need four a year, with a good debate about a possible fifth. 

The 5.5 in lefty...that's tempting. 

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Didn't love the big heel of the Pistolero Plus grip, so I put on a Super Stroke Tour 2.0 and I am in love.  Been putting on my basement putting green since yesterday evening and I got the new grip at lunch today and it is just perfect.

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Oh and I already god rid of that stupid neon painfill on the bottom.  So unnecessary 

 

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2 hours ago, jlukes said:

Oh and I already god rid of that stupid neon painfill on the bottom.  So unnecessary 

 

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Suffice to say you like it 🙂

Was the pistolero knob obnoxiously large?  There really isn't much detail online for photos or reviews besides Scotty's one minute video in his shop.

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5 minutes ago, bens197 said:

Suffice to say you like it 🙂

Was the pistolero knob obnoxiously large?  There really isn't much detail online for photos or reviews besides Scotty's one minute video in his shop.

Yes. And the side to side width of the grip is pretty narrow 

I bet the stock grip is one of the biggest reasons the putter did not do well in MGS testing. Only a small number of golfers are going to feel comfortable with a grip like that

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I gamed a Phantom X  6.5 (center shafted) all last year and it worked great for me.  I put the SC Matador Oversized grip on it and it is wide enough to accommodate my holding the putter in a prayer grip.  Of course I had it custom painted, as I can't even look at the standard neon paint.  

Three weeks ago I received the Phantom X 8 putter (double bend) I sent in for a custom paint job, looks incredible, but after 8 rounds I've found I can't putt worth a damn with it.  Totally different feel.  Tried going with an Evnroll oversized grip, as SC didn't have any oversized grips available, still doesn't feel comfortable. Going back to the 6.5 this weekend.  

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Couple hours in and I really am pleased. As promised, here are some photos of the grip.  First impression for me is that I don’t hate it. I can see why some really think it stinks but so far, I’m not against it. It’s certainly unique and takes on a new shape from what we’re used to, especially from Scotty. 
 

I’ll give it a few weeks and we’ll see how it plays on the course. Here are some photos of the grip and setup. 
 

 

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