Scotty Cameron limited-edition Phantom X 9.5 Triple Black putter

Limited to just 4,000 putters, the all-black mallet uses a multi-material construction for better performance on the greens.

Scotty Cameron limited-edition Phantom X 9.5 Triple Black putter

Gear: Scotty Cameron Phantom X 9.5 Triple Black putter
Price: $750
Specs: Milled 303 stainless steel body with 6061 aluminum piece and adjustable stainless steel sole weights.
Available: October 8 at select Titleist retailers

Scores of elite golfers, including Jordan Spieth, Nelly Korda, Hideki Matsuyama, Cameron Davis, Rickie Fowler and Danielle Kang, use heel-toe weighted blade putters made by Scotty Cameron, Titleist’s master craftsman for putters. (Nice job title if you can get it.) Cameron also makes compact mallets like the Phantom X 5.5 that are based on his heel-toe weighted Newport blades, and you will find them in the bags of players like 2021 FedEx champion Patrick Cantlay and Justin Thomas.

On Tuesday, Cameron announced the release of a limited run of 4,000 all-black putters that take the concept of the Phantom X 5.5 a step further. The new Phantom X 9.5 Triple Black putter uses multi-material construction to help golfers achieve a better roll and improved performance on the greens.

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Check the yardage book: Whistling Straits for the Ryder Cup

Pete Dye's masterpiece on the shores of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin should provide a sturdy test in the Ryder Cup.

Check the yardage book: Whistling Straits for the Ryder Cup

You want options? Pete Dye gives a player plenty of them at Whistling Straits’ Straits Course in Wisconsin, and U.S. Captain Steve Stricker will be able to take advantage of them when it comes to hole length for this week’s Ryder Cup.

The Straits features multiple tee boxes on every hole, and the host captain has the right to choose from which box players will tee off for each round. It’s likely Stricker will adjust the holes based on wind direction off Lake Michigan and the status of the matches, as well as which players he might send out for any session.

In all, the Straits will be listed at 7,390 yards with a par of 71 for the Ryder Cup. The layout normally plays to a par of 72, but No. 11 will play as a par 4 this week instead of its normal par 5.

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The Straits is ranked No. 1 among Wisconsin’s public-access layouts on Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play list and is No. 8 on Golfweek’s Best list for all modern courses built in or after 1960 in the U.S.

Thanks to yardage books provided by Puttview – the maker of detailed yardage books for more than 30,000 courses around the world – we can see exactly the challenges that players face this week. Check out each hole below.

Each hole includes a note on the listed yardage at which the hole will play for the Ryder Cup, plus a link to Golfweek’s exclusive drone photography with hole details provided by Mike O’Reilly, the golf operations manager at Whistling Straits.

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