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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: The revamped Phantom X line offers seven new additions with three more to come in June, and features several new head shapes along with updates to some popular models. Nearly every putter in the line (except the 12) uses a solid, precision-milled 303 stainless-steel face and wings along with a new Pistolero Plus textured grip. Two customizable heel-toe weights and a stepless steel shaft complete the package. Each are available in 33, 34 and 35 inches.

PRICE/AVAILABILITY: The new Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5, 5.5, 7, 7.5, 9, 9.5 and 12 putters will be available April 15. The Phantom X 5.5s 11 and 11.5 will be available June 17. Cost is $429.

THE DEEP DIVE: Scotty Cameron’s line of Phantom X putters for Titleist have enjoyed a nice run for several years. That success is part of the reason Cameron is now unveiling a new line of 10 mallets with several new head shapes and updates to some of the more popular models.

“We have seen mallet usage skyrocket on tour,” Cameron said. “Five years ago, it was a 70-30 split in favor of blades. We have now nearly flip-flopped that number. We’re 60-40 percent mallets now. That’s because no one was doing toe-hang mallets. Years ago, I brought out the first toe-hang mallet with the Red-X and got beat up with people saying it made no sense. But it made all the sense in the world. Even mallet users have an arc to their stroke. So now, you can have lines that are longer, a larger sole so it sets better on the ground and with the toe flow you have a mallet that matches your stroke. That’s one of the reasons mallet usage on tour and at retail is going up.”

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That success has led to seven new additions available next month with three more to come in June. Nearly every putter in the line (except the 12) uses a solid, precision-milled 303 stainless-steel face and wings, two customizable heel-toe weights and a stepless steel shaft. Each are available in 33, 34 and 35 inches and come with a new Pistolero Plus textured grip.

“These grips will pop out at you in a putter corral,” Cameron said. “They’re less-tapered down at the bottom. I think a grip can enhance a design. Grips speak to you when trying putters. It needs to complement the overall design. You don’t want players saying, ‘Love the head, hate the grip.’ ”

Key to the designs is the 303 stainless-steel face, which Cameron said was the overwhelming choice from tour players as opposed to an insert, and the 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum sole and flange. Using the aluminum allowed Cameron to achieve several design goals.

“We were trying to go a little more compact, a little more pleasing to the eye while getting as much moment of inertia out of the design as we could for forgiveness,” he said. “We can make the head bigger and bigger and bigger, but most people are hitting the ball within a dime-shaped spot so why do we need it bigger? The bigger you make it, the more cumbersome it looks. So we milled the aluminum mid-section for perimeter weighting to allow for a higher MOI without getting too big.”

But why aluminum as opposed to other lighter materials such as carbon fiber or plastic? According to Cameron, aluminum can be anodized to a color and also costs less than carbon fiber. Plastics had drawbacks as well.

“I’m not a fan of using plastics,” Cameron said. “Going from extreme heat such as in Palm Springs to extreme cold such as in the underbelly of an airplane can alter a plastic to where it changes sound and changes feel and can possibly crack over time. We’ve found aluminum checks the boxes we need.”

Speaking of checking boxes, the line is so extensive that it would be difficult to imagine a player who can't find a model to fit their stroke.

The Phantom X 5 is a near-face-balanced mid-mallet with a single bend shaft that has a new sole plate design and graphics. The X 5.5 features a small slant/jet neck setup inspired by Justin Thomas’ prototype gamer, while the X 7 is an angular wingback mallet with a single bend shaft. The long “wings” reposition weight farther back, increasing stability. The X 7.5 is identical to the Phantom X 7 but with a small slant/jet neck to promote slight toe flow for strokes with a modest arc.

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The Phantom X 9 is near-face-balanced, compact high-MOI wingback mallet while the X 9.5 has a small slant/jet neck with enhanced alignment features and toe flow. The Phantom X 12 is a departure from the other models with an aluminum face and sole along with stainless-steel wings to boost forgiveness and stability while a slimmed-down flange section allows for longer-looking, easy-to-aim extended alignment feature.

Coming in June are the X 5s, a center-shafted version of the X 5, but Cameron produces this center-shaft mallet with a twist. “I don’t like true center-shaft putters,” he said. “I like the shaft back a quarter of a shaft but at the bottom of the face it is dead-center.”

Among the more popular designs on tour, the X 11 is a high MOI, face-balanced, compact wingback design with a mid-bend shaft. The X 11.5 is identical to the X 11 except it features a low-bend shaft to produce a slight toe flow.

If many of the shapes look familiar to previous Phantom X putters, that is strictly by design and with good reason.

“Mallets take me about two years to get into play with tour pros while blades take me about six months,” Cameron said. “If we have a two-year line, guys are getting into them at the end of the run. If we totally change the look, that becomes an issue, so I’m thrilled we didn’t do that. They’re new models but with a familiar look. For players such as Max Homa, Patrick Cantlay and Justin Thomas, it’s an easier transition for them to put the new model in play. It keeps our momentum going.”

Not that Cameron, who designed mallets for Ray Cook more than three decades ago, thought he would be designing mallets for Titleist.

“Twenty years ago, I was doing a lot of Newport and Newport 2 blades,” Cameron said. “Wally Uihlein [former Acushnet CEO] thought of me more of a blade designer. He said, ‘Look, Scotty, you can’t be great at everything.’ For years that drove me crazy because I wanted to be great at everything. Now I’m designing blades and mallets and couldn’t be happier.”

The new Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5, 5.5, 7, 7.5, 9, 9.5 and 12 putters will be available April 15. The Phantom X 5.5s 11, 11.5 will be available June 17. Cost is $429.

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The Scotty Cameron line of golf putters by Titleist have exploded in popularity over the last few years. In this guide, we review the new Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters.

We’ll do a deep dive and tell you everything you need to know, including:

  • How to buy the Scotty Cameron Phantom X
  • A breakdown of all the key features in the latest version of the putter
  • Explanations on all 7 models of the putter you can buy today
  • A summary of different weighting, grips, and shafts that you can buy for the putter

Is the Phantom X one of the top putters available this year? Read below to find out!

  • How to Buy the Scotty Cameron Phantom X 2022 Putters

The 2022 Phantom X putters are not available on Amazon yet. However, they can be purchased from PGA Tour Superstore, a very reputable online store for golf enthusiasts. Check out each of the Phantom X models in more detail below.

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The 2022 Scotty Cameron Phantom X is the newest and next evolution of the Phantom X mallet-head putter . This line of putters from Titleist has seen great success on the PGA Tour so far. There are ten new models released in 2022, with three of them coming mid-year. 

The new lineup of mallet putters features brand new head shapes as well as a few updates to the most popular Phantom X models out currently. There is black sight lines on each putter, allowing you to line up each shot correctly with your golf ball.

The 2021 Phantom X line was very popular amongst golfers and even saw 2021 PGA Player of the Year Patrick Cantlay use it during the season with great success. This putter gets praised for its smooth putting stroke and the new models were created with player input.

With many models and new options to choose from, there is sure to be a certain head shape and weight for everyone out there to try. Below we will go over each of the 7 models available to purchase.

The Phantom X is Scotty Cameron’s line of mallet-head putters. The Phantom X has been on the Tour for a few years now, but most recently has seen an increase in use and popularity. There has also been a massive increase in mallet-head usage on the PGA Tour. 

There used to be a 70/30 split in favor of blade style putters and now that number is opposite with 70% of players opting for a mallet style putter. Scotty Cameron is taking advantage of that success by releasing these 7 new models of the Phantom X. Scotty Cameron is commonly known as the king of modern mallets.

Here are the main putter features in the new Phantom X that we life.

The new Phantom X putters all have a 303 solid stainless-steel face. The stainless steel face carries from the putter head through to the body and wings of the putter. 

Titleist integrated an aluminum sole for ultimate feel when putting. The aluminum helps keep a consistent sound and soft feel off the face of the putter. The reasoning behind the aluminum is to allow for perimeter weighting on the putter, which allows for a higher moment of inertia (MOI). 

The Phantom X putter will definitely have forgiveness even on hits not off the center of the face.

The Phantom X head shapes were designed with quite a bit of feedback from touring golf professionals. Each model has been redesigned or updated based on tour player preferences such as:

  • alignment lines
  • stainless steel faces
  • different style putter heads
  • specific shafts
  • specific neck options

PGA Tour Player of the Year Patrick Cantlay had the Phantom X 5 in his bag all year and was high on strokes-gained-putting.

The great thing about the new 2022 Phantom X models is that there are 7 different options to choose from, all with different shaft and neck configurations depending on what you are looking for and comfortable with. 

The Phantom X 5, 7, 9, 11 and 12 models all have a stepless steel shaft, which minimizes face rotation with a single mid-bend aimed right at the target line. The Phantom X 11.5 features a low-bend shaft installed over a milled topline spud. The Phantom X 7.5 and 9.5 have small slant/jet necks. 

The best way to find what you like is to head into a golf retailer and try out every model for yourself. Below, we break down all of the new Scotty Cameron Phantom X models in more detail.

The X 5 is a redesign of the popular 2021 model. The 2022 Phantom X 5 comes with a new sole plate design and updated graphics. 

It is a face-balanced putter with customizable sole weights in both the heel and the toe. This model has a single bend shaft with an updated aluminum sole plate in the face for maximum feel. The 5, like all of the Phantom X models, has a single sight line to help you line up your shots.

The X 5 is often compared to the X 5.5. The main difference from the 5.5 model is the single bend in the shaft as opposed to the slant/jet neck in the 5.5. It is one of the most comfortable mallet putters I’ve ever held.

The Phantom X 5 is available for $429 USD.

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The X 5.5 is also an update on the 2021 model. It comes with a new sole plate design and also updated graphics on the putter head. The only different between this and the 5 model is the small slant neck in the shaft. 

The Phantom X 5.5 is what Justin Thomas uses on the PGA Tour. It also has the customizable weights in the heel and toe and the brand new aluminum sole plate for maximum feel. This model is also available left-handed.

The Phantom X 5.5 is available for $429 USD.

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The Phantom X 7 was completed updated for 2022. The head is an angular wingback mallet head with a single bend shaft. It again has the brand new aluminum sole along with brand new dual purpose alignment features. 

The long wings on the head create a great alignment aid on the ball and also helps position the weight further back on the putter head which increase MOI. It also has the customizable weights in the heel and toe of the putter to provide maximum feel and distance control.

The Phantom X 7 starts at $429 USD.

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Just like the X 5 and 5.5, the Phantom X 7.5 is identical to the X 7 but with a small slant neck. This small change helps promote slight toe flow on the putter head. The head is the all-new angular wingback mallet shape with customizable weights in the heel and toe. A brand new aluminum sole with the enhanced alignment options, this putter is great to look at from above.

The Phantom X 7.5 starts at $429 USD.

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The all new Phantom X 9 putter shares very similar design attributes as the X 5 and 11 putter heads. Instead of having the slit where the wings are, it is a near-full faced putter head. The near-full face putter head provides a more balanced compact MOI mallet head, and also shares the same features as the other models. 

It has the customizable weights in the heel and tow and the face and wings are integrated with a rounded 6061 aluminum sole flange component. The “full” head at address may be more appealing to golfers wanting a full putter head look instead of the wing-back style. 

Like the X5 and X7, the Phantom X 9 has a straight shaft.

The Phantom X 9 is available for pre-order and starts at $429 USD.

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Just like the Phantom X 9, the X 9.5 is considered a near-full faced mallet head. The difference from the X 9 is the small slant neck instead of the single bend shaft. It holds customizable weights in both the heel and toe and has a solid milled stainless steel face. 

The full mallet face provides a unique profile with enhanced alignment aids on the ball. The feel on this putter is next to none.

The Phantom X 9.5 starts at $429 USD.

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Lastly, the Phantom X 12 is fully redesigned with an elongated single alignment line that also has a thinner mid-section and updated graphics on the bottom of the putter. The new Phantom X 12 has the highest MOI of the 7 new models being released and is a similar putter head to the Taylormade Spider X. 

It is a single mid-bend shaft with swept back wings design. It has perimeter weighting on the heel and toe and is definitely the most forgiving option of the 7. A left-handed version is also available in this one.

The Phantom X 12 is available for pre-order and starts at $429 USD.

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Each new Phantom X model being release features perimeter weighting with customizable weights on the heel and toe of the putter. Each model released also comes with different shaft options, depending on what your preference is when putting.

The optimal weight distribution is immediately obvious when you get your hands on the Phantom X.

The main difference between the whole number and decimal number versions of this putter is the shaft bends. So if you prefer a single bend shaft or a small slanted neck, you can get your preference.

Our best advice is to head into any major golf retailer and try out all of the options to see what the best option for you is. The single bend shaft will probably feel most natural to new golfers.

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All of the new Phantom X putters are equipped with a brand new updated Pistolero Plus grip that features a non-slip and decorative texture. The Pistolero grip has a pronounced angle toward the butt end. Your bottom hand sits nicely in the groove while you putt. Overall, I think it provides really great comfort and feedback while putting.

If you don’t like the grip that comes equipped, or you are more familiar with others, you can definitely equip whatever grip you’d like onto the club as well. Putting all comes down to feel.

There are a lot of great things to like about this putter. First off, it’s the most beautiful putter ever created, with a sleek profile, clean topline, and light grey design. The dark color schemed feels so premium in your hands. Put this putter side-by-side with any other one and this one gets chosen based on looks every time.

The weighting in the putter is top notch too, with optimal weight distribution throughout the club. The integration of steel into the head works well. Your putter stroke is so smooth with this thing in your hands and the golf ball has no bounce off the face.

The most obvious drawback to this putter is the almost $500 USD price tag. That’s up in driver territory for price! If you have the wallet to stomach this purchase, you’ll be happy. But for most people, that is simply too much to spend on a putter.

The other thing that is confusing are the ten different models that the Phantom putter comes in. Most amateur golfers do not hit enough strokes to care about a straight vs slant neck, the difference in sole vs heel weights, or the different head styles. Plus, the odds of your local golf shop having every model available to hit and practice with are low. If you are a left-handed golfer, the selection is limited to certain models as well.

It would be nice if Titleist pulled some analytics for this putter and sold the two most common models only and left the rest to custom order for professionals. 

Which professional golfers use the Scotty Cameron Phantom X?

Many professionals tour players have been using one of the new Phantom X putters. Justin Thomas has already committed to using the Phantom X on tour this year. Pantrick Cantley also uses the Phantom X and he was the PGA Tour Player of the Year last year.

Which Phantom X putter is the most popular?

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5 is the most popular putter in the lineup. It has a large mallet head that it easily forgivable and popular amongst both amateur and professional golfers. With the ability to pick the shaft configuration that you like the most, there is an option for everyone.

Why is the Phantom X putter so expensive?

Scotty Cameron is a premium golf brand and it has built a reputation for using quality components and the latest technology. The premium steel head and custom weighted inserts provide advanced customization for golfers and increase the price.

The brand new Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters are completely redesigned from the 2021 options with new technology that is sure to help improve your putting game. It also helps that Scotty Cameron is providing many different options for golfers, depending on what kind of shaft and putter head they prefer. 

The updated graphics on the putter head are sleek and great to look at. I think this is the best looking putter that has ever been released. There is brand new aluminum soles to provide maximum feel and sound on the ball. The perimeter weighting on the heel and toe provide great feel and distance control on every single putt.

The only thing that we really don’t like is the price of these putters. Scotty Cameron putters will always be the premium brand. But, with all of the new technology and the amount of golf professionals that use these putters, it sure does let you know that you get what you pay for in the end.

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Joel Tadman tests out the new Phantom X putters released by Scotty Cameron.

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These elegant putters will mostly suit current mallet users, those with straighter strokes or golfers that prioritise a forgiving, stable clubhead that is easy to align. They will also unquestionably add a touch of class to any bag.

Less address footprint

Forgiveness

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This popular mallet range was recently extended with the launch of the Phantom X 11.5 model and this certainly enhances the offering. It is undoubtedly more traditional in looks - gone is the yellow color scheme and in comes a white sightline on a black flange, making alignment easer to see.

The squat mallet shape is also very appealing - it is large enough to offer great stability without looking or feeling cumbersome. Performance wise, this putter is excellent. It was consistent from long range and short putts fell in with regularity, just because of how well balanced the overall design was and the resulting timing we were able to achieve.

We also really enjoyed the stock pistol grip, which is thicker at the top to sit in your hands more comfortably and encourage better control of pace and the face.

If you're looking for a premium-looking mallet that performs, the Scotty Cameron 11.5 is one of the best putters out there right now.

2020 Scotty Cameron Phantom X Putters Review

Crafted from the best materials with the attention to detail you expect from Scotty Cameron, the Phantom X mallet range really is a thing of beauty. There are nine different head-shape and shaft-bend options to choose from, each offering something a little different depending on your visual preferences and stroke type.

We naturally gravitated towards the .5 models, which have a lower shaft bend that provides a little more toe hang. This helps ease the transition from a blade-style putter.

 The other helping hand comes from the fact these putters are a little smaller than you expect, especially compared with the oversized Futura range, without seemingly any drop off in forgiveness.

You’ll notice the loud, high-pitched ‘ping’ at impact. This is a result of the very shallow face milling and might not be to everyone’s taste. The milling pattern also contributes to what is quite a firm yet responsive feel.

The #5.5 is the smallest in the range and is ideal for those who don’t want to be bombarded with sightlines. The all-black top of the #8.5 (right), with its long, neon yellow sightlines, not only helps frame the ball but also lets you see the path of your stroke.

In terms of looks and overall performance, though, it was the #12 model that really stood out. It felt the most stable and the smoothest overall.

The new Pistolero Plus grips are still quite slim but do have less taper at the bottom to create more even grip pressure across both hands. There are five different grip options available

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One of his career highlights came when covering the 2012 Masters he got to play the sacred Augusta National course on the Monday after the tournament concluded, shooting a respectable 86 with just one par and four birdies. To date, his best ever round of golf is a 5-under 67 back in 2011. He currently plays his golf at Burghley Park Golf Club in Stamford, Lincs, with a handicap index of 3.2.

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Top 5 Best Scotty Cameron Putters Of All Time (Reviewed)

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Love golf but dread putting? Struggling to find a club that perfectly fits your style of game? 

Never fear! This helpful guide has everything you need to know about the top 5 best Scotty Cameron putters of all time.

At A Glance: Our Top 5 Picks for Scotty Cameron Putters On The Market In 2024

  • Best Scotty Cameron Putter: Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2 Putter

Best Scotty Cameron Blade: Scotty Cameron Special Select Del Mar Putter

Best traditional mallet putter: scotty cameron fastback putter.

  • Best for Forgiveness: Scotty Cameron Phantom X 8.5 Putter
  • Best for Arc Putting Stroke: Scotty Cameron Special Select Squareback 2 Putter

Best Scotty Cameron Putter: Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2

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  • Great feel coming off the clubface
  • Classic design
  • 303 Stainless steel clubhead
  • Not as forgiving as the mallet-style putter

At the top of our list is the Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2 . The Newport 2 makes it to the top because of the classic look and feel of the club.

This is one of the best blade putters design that has been around for many years, but Scotty puts out a new one every few years. 

This putter is made with a solid 303 stainless steel and gives it very consistent performance , feel , and sound . It does not matter what your handicap is; this is a putter that will likely improve your feel and ability to make putts. 

The Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Standards also has a new Soft Tri-Sole Design . This is to help golfers have a great topline view and stability at impact as well.

The new raw stainless finish is glare resistant so that golfers are not squinting when they try and roll their putts. 

The Newport 2 is a tour-proven design that will allow you to square up the face and roll more putts into the hole. If you are a golfer that likes simplicity and function, the Newport 2 is the way to go.

Key Features and Technology

  • Improved sound and feel from previous models
  • New Soft Tri Sole Design 
  • Easy to square up the putter face

What Customers Say about Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2

The Special Select Newport 2 also allows you to customize it to suit your specific style and preferences. With options to change the grip, shaft length, and head finish, you really can make this amazing club do anything.

Customers love this putter too, applauding the Special Select 2’s design and accuracy. The features that gained special attention include its perfect size, shape, and weight, as well as its straight putt.

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  • 303 Stainless material
  • Soft Tri-Sole Design
  • Tour-inspired shape
  • Not as classic looking as the traditional blade

The Scotty Cameron Select Del Mar is part of the same Special Select group of putters.

This is a mallet-style design, and it is a perfect solution for the mid handicapper that needs some extra forgiveness in a putter design but still wants that Scotty Cameron feel. 

With the Del Mar, you will get the Performance Balanced Weighting that will direct more weight to the heel and the toe of the putter.

This helped Scotty Cameron to increase the size of the sweet spot. In general, mallet putters tend to be a little more forgiving and a better fit for the straight back, straight through shots. 

The putter heads on the Special Select series are tour inspired, giving golfers a sleeker look . The topline is flatter, and there is no question that these Del Mar Scotty Cameron putters have players look to them.

Key Features and Technologies

  • Performance balanced weighting 
  • More forgiving 
  • Players type look

What Customers Say about Scotty Cameron Special Select Del Mar Putter

The Del Mar has multiple aesthetic upgrades too. New Super Select graphics, shaft band, and headcover are all present – not to mention the cherry red translucent and asphalt paint fill! 

Customers simply can’t get enough of the Special Select Del Mar Putter’s precision and milled face design. Its milled face feels like no other, and has the added perk of actually sitting square to the target line when soled!

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  • Soft face inlay
  • Made with aircraft aluminum
  • A mix between a blade/mallet can be hard for a golfer to decide which is best

The Scotty Cameron Fastback is not the newest release from Scotty, but it is certainly a choice worth considering.

The Fastback is made with a 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum and a face inlay . The face inlay is designed to give a higher MOI and a more balanced feel . 

Just like the other Scotty Camerons on the market, the Fastback is designed to sit perfectly square at address . This feature will help golfers with alignment and consistency .

The stainless steel bodies on the Scotty Cameron Fastback help to give it a very balanced and stable feel at impact. 

Not all golfers like a putter with a face inlay, but this Fastback has a solid feel at impact with little to no vibration. The shape of the Fastback is a bit like a blade mixed with a mallet.

If you are one of those players that can’t decide which is the best putter design for you, this could be a great choice.

  • Sits perfectly square at address
  • Face inlay with no vibration 
  • Stainless steel body for longevity

What Customers Say about Scotty Cameron Fastback Putter

The Flashback Putter also features a new textured Pistolero Plus grip. This grip has a larger profile in the top-hand location near the base and is also relatively heavier than the Pistolini Plus grip.

Customers boast about the Flashback Putter’s accuracy and consistency and are particularly impressed by its amazing feel and sound. Many praise how it hits the ball straight, as well as helping you hit putts with consistent speed no matter your swing length.

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 8.5 Putter

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  • Better toe flow increased hang
  • Easy alignment
  • Unique looking clubhead design
  • Club head sits low to the ground
  • Very high pricing on these putters

Most of the time, golfers don’t think of the Scotty Cameron putters as being forgiving. However, the truth is, if you find the right match for your game, they can be very forgiving.

Generally speaking, the larger mallet style design putters have more forgiveness because their club head is so much larger, and the sweet spot is bigger. 

The Phantom X 8.5 putter is a very unique looking option. If you have ever played with the Scotty Cameron Futura, you can think of this as the update and replacement.

The 8.5 has a bit of a bend in the shaft to help players with alignment and a true roll at impact. 

If you have a slight arc in your putting stroke, the Phantom is the club to consider.

Generally speaking, the larger mallet putters are best for the straight back straight through putting strokes, but the Phantom X putter will work for the arc as well.

  • Larger mallet style
  • Large sweet spot 
  • More forgiving than other Scotty Cameron putters
  • Helps with straight back/straight through putting stroke

What Customers Say about Scotty Cameron Phantom X 8.5 Putter

For golfers with a heavier swing, the Phantom X 8.5 Putter also features adjustable weight ports in the sole near the face of the club. 10, 15, or 20-gram weights can all be added to the head depending on personal preference.

But don’t take it from me, plenty of customers also have a lot to say about the Phantom X 8.5 Putter’s balance and feel. Honorable mentions include how its weight and balance help with ball confidence and the amazing feel, making it one of the most popular choices for putters.

Titleist Scotty Cameron Special Select Squareback 2 Putter

Best for Arc Putting Stroke

scotty cameron select squareback 2

  • No face inlay
  • Heel and toe balanced
  • Easier to align than a traditional blade
  • Some golfers will find switching to a mallet is a better fit

The way we like to describe the Squareback 2 putter is the big brother of a blade style putter .

When you look at the classic blades that Scotty Cameron has put out, you will see that this Squareback comes out quite a bit further in the back.

If you love a blade style putter, but you want something that is a bit easier to align , the Squareback is a great choice. 

This is another option in the Special Select series so that you will benefit from the Soft Tri-Sole design and the great looking top line.

This putter has a high performing face that is precision milled from one piece of 303 stainless. 

We love this putter for the lower handicapper that wants something a bit different than a blade but is not ready to go to a mallet style putter design.

  • Similar to blade functionality 
  • Made from 303 Stainless steel 
  • High performing face for great consistency

What Customers Say about Titleist Scotty Cameron Special Select Squareback 2 Putter

This putter is also relatively heavier than others. This is because of the 6601 aluminum sole. Not to worry though, the Special Select Squareback 2 has adjustable features to help decrease the weight. 

Not yet convinced? Customers everywhere talk about the Special Select Squareback 2 Putter’s control and stability, and how it offers speed control and feel that’s unmatched among many putters.

Scotty Cameron Putters Buying Guide

Scotty Cameron putters are a unique purchase. Once you buy one, you will likely never buy another kind of putter again.

There are a few things that are important to know before you purchase your first Cameron putter. 

Why Are Scotty Cameron Putters The Best? 

The main thing that makes the Scotty Cameron putters stand out is the precision and the technology.

These putters have had thousands of hours of research and design poured into them, and they have been tested and proven on the PGA Tour. 

Most amateur golfers believe that if a tour player is using a club, it will help their game. Although this is not always the case, switching to the Scotty is very likely going to be a positive addition to your game.

Very few people are disappointed by the manufacturing, design, or feel of a Scotty Cameron. 

How Do I Choose A Scotty Cameron Putter? 

When it comes to finding the best putters for your game, you need to start with your stroke type. If you have a straight back and straight through putting stroke, then you will probably want a mallet type design. For the arc putting stroke, the blade style putter is a better fit. 

Once you have the type of putter narrowed down, you should consider if you want a face inlay or a precision milled face. Most of the time, the face inlays are going to offer a slightly softer feel. This will come down to more of a personal preference than a performance type of decision. 

When you have your putter head style, the face inlay, and your stroke figured out, there will probably only be a few current models to choose from.

Scotty Cameron always keeps certain classic putters available, but they will not put new putters out every few months. Sometimes buying a used Scotty Cameron makes sense if there is no availability in the most recent designs. 

Are Scotty Cameron Putters Worth It? 

The one downside to the Scotty Cameron Putter is the price. There is one question that these putters are priced at the top of the market.

They do not offer a value putter in any style. When you want a Scotty, you must commit to spending several hundred dollars. 

For golfers that struggle with spending a lot of money on a putter, they need to consider how many times during a round of golf the putter is used.

You will use your putter more than any other club in your bag, and therefore spending some extra money on a quality design may make a lot of sense. 

When you compare the price of a Scotty to a new driver from TaylorMade or Callaway, the price will look like a bargain.

Most players will use their driver only 12 or so times in a round of golf. Putters come out of the bag twenty five or more times in the course of a round of golf. 

Types of Putters 

There are two basic types of putters that golfers need to choose from. These are the blade and the mallet putter. Both the blade and the mallet have impressive technology and features; the key is to find a putter that works for your individual needs. Here are a few of the most important things to know about the blade vs. mallet putter.  

A mallet putter is a more forgiving option that works best for golfers with a straight back and straight through style putting stroke. With the mallet style, putter golfers can square the clubface up quite easily and get some better distance control.

Mallet putters are designed to work for a wide range of handicaps, and the new modern mallets are offering more technology than we have seen from a mallet putter in the past. With the larger club head size players get a lot more flexibility in what they can do with the club. 

Blade 

A blade style putter is designed to work best for those with an arc style putting stroke . Blade style putters are typically considered to be a good option for faster greens and better players. However, many beginner golf sets are sold with a blade putter. Essentially you must find the putter that looks the best and performs most consistently for your needs. 

What to look for when buying a putter?

Choosing a putter can be a bit tricky. There are some really great options on the market, even outside of the Scotty Cameron golf brand. If you think that you may want to purchase a new golf putter, here are the things that you should keep in mind. 

A putter grip is going to be different from the other grips in your golf bag. With a putting grip, you typically have a flatter front panel f or your hands to rest on. In addition, many grips are going to be a thicker design so that players can eliminate some of their hand and wrist motion in the putting stroke. 

The golf shaft is not as important in a putter as in some other clubs. However, in recent years, studies have been done to show that having a steel or a graphite/steel mix shaft can lead to some more consistency. 

Forgiveness

The more forgiving a putter is, the easier it is for a golfer to repeat their putting stroke. The most forgiving putters are typically mallet type putters with a larger sweet spot than standard. In addition, many forgiving putters have a long alignment line to help golfers line their shots up to the hole. 

The look and feel of a putter need to match the needs of a player. Most of the time the Scotty Cameron putters have some of the best feel on the market, so this should not be a major concern for the golfers that play Scotty Cameron clubs. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions we get about the best Scotty Cameron putters of all time. As Scotty Cameron continues to put out new models, this list will only continue to expand.

What’s the purpose of the different length shafts in all Scotty Cameron putters?

The shaft length should be carefully chosen based on a player’s height and the arm length. It is very important to get into a position where your eyes are over the golf ball, and you can see directly down the line of your putt. Scotty Cameron putters can typically be custom ordered to the size that you need.

Which Scotty Cameron putter is right for me?

The best Scotty Cameron putter is the Newport, but this does not mean that it is the right fit for all players. Many golfers like to change things up and go with more of a blade style. Some of the newer Scotty Cameron putters have an almost futuristic mallet style design. The key is to find one that is a good match for your game.

Why Is Scotty Cameron Designs Considered High Quality?

Scotty Cameron putters are researched for long periods of time, developed, and then released back to the market with the most stringent manufacturers restrictions and regulations. The Scotty Cameron putters are a step above the rest because of the high-quality materials and the time put into getting these clubs to the market.

Which Scotty Cameron putter is considered the best for beginners?

The Special Select Newport 2 is the best Scotty Cameron putter for beginners. This is because it has an all-around consistent performance, feel, and sound – no matter the handicap. Note, beginners should still get fitted for a putter to ensure it suits their play style and needs.

What makes Scotty Cameron putters more expensive than others?

There are multiple reasons why Scotty Cameron putters are more expensive than others on the market. The use of high-quality materials, advanced manufacturing techniques, customizable features, and a tour-proven reputation are all contributing factors.

How do I authenticate a Scotty Cameron putter?

Other than purchasing the club from an authorized retailer, the best way to authenticate a Scotty Cameron putter is to verify its serial number. Found on the club’s hosel, you can authenticate the number by phoning the Scotty Cameron customer service hotline and speaking to one of their representatives.

Can I customize a Scotty Cameron putter?

Yes, you can customize multiple parts of a Scotty Cameron putter. Including the grip, head finish, and shaft length, you can make multiple adjustments on a Scotty Cameron putter to suit your individual style and preference.

If you have been indecisive about whether or not to get one of the new Cameron putters, hopefully, our guide has helped narrow things down for you.

The Scotty Cameron Newport putter stands at the top of our list because of the balanced feel, the weighting, and the classic look.

This is a club that has many PGA Tour victories to its name, and it is something that can take your game to the next level.

The great thing about all of these putters in our review is they will earn a spot in your bag for many years to come; the Scotty Cameron putters do not expire!

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Scotty Cameron Phantom X Putters: Overview, Performance, Customization, Pros & Cons, Comparison, And Maintenance

Brenda draughn.

January 8, 2024

Discover the features and benefits of Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters, including their design, performance, customization options, pros & cons, comparison with other putters, and maintenance tips. Find the right model for your putting style and keep your putter in top condition with our helpful advice.

Overview of the Scotty Cameron Phantom X

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters are a remarkable line of golf clubs that have been expertly designed and constructed to enhance your putting performance . These putters are widely recognized for their exceptional quality and precision, and they have become a favorite choice among professional golfers and enthusiasts alike.

Design and Construction

One of the key features that sets the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters apart is their superior design and construction. Each putter in this range is meticulously crafted using the finest materials and cutting-edge technology. The attention to detail is evident in every aspect of these putters, from the shape and design to the weight distribution and feel.

The Phantom X putters are available in both blade and mallet designs, catering to different player preferences. The blade design offers a more traditional look and feel, while the mallet design provides increased stability and forgiveness. Whether you prefer a classic or modern style, there is a Phantom X putter that will suit your taste.

Alignment Technology

Aligning your putter correctly is crucial for achieving accurate putts, and the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters excel in this area. These putters feature advanced alignment technology that helps golfers align their putts more consistently and accurately.

The alignment technology includes visually appealing sight lines and dots on the putter head, which serve as guides to ensure proper alignment with the target line. These alignment aids are strategically placed to promote a square setup and a straight putting stroke.

Additionally, the Phantom X putters have a high-MOI (Moment of Inertia) design, which means they are more resistant to twisting upon impact. This increased stability further enhances alignment, as it helps golfers maintain a consistent path and square impact with the ball.

Face Insert Technology

The face insert technology used in the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters is another noteworthy feature that contributes to their exceptional performance. The face insert is precision-milled from high-quality materials, such as stainless steel or aluminum, to provide a soft yet responsive feel.

The insert is designed to optimize energy transfer from the clubhead to the ball, resulting in consistent distance control and improved accuracy. It also helps to enhance the feel and sound at impact, giving golfers the confidence they need to make smooth and precise strokes.

The face insert technology in the Phantom X putters is customizable, allowing golfers to choose the insert that best suits their preferences. Whether you prefer a softer feel or a firmer response, there is an insert option available to cater to your specific needs.

Performance of the Scotty Cameron Phantom X

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters are known for their exceptional performance on the greens. In this section, we will delve into three key aspects that contribute to their outstanding performance: stability and forgiveness, distance control, and feel and sound.

Stability and Forgiveness

When it comes to stability and forgiveness, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters excel. The design and construction of these putters contribute to their ability to offer stability throughout the putting stroke. The multi-material construction, which combines 303 stainless steel and 6061 aircraft aluminum, enhances the moment of inertia (MOI) and helps to reduce twisting on off-center hits.

The strategic weight distribution in the putter head further enhances stability. The heavier sole and back weights increase the MOI and provide a more stable stroke, even on mishits. This means that even if you don’t strike the ball perfectly, the Phantom X putters will still help you maintain a consistent line and distance.

Distance Control

Distance control is crucial in putting, and the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters offer excellent control in this aspect. The face insert technology used in these putters plays a significant role in achieving consistent distance control. The face insert is made of a soft, responsive material that provides a satisfying feel and promotes a smooth roll off the face.

The unique milling pattern on the face insert helps to control the speed and distance of the ball. The pattern is strategically designed to reduce skid and promote a true roll, ensuring that the ball maintains its intended distance. Whether you’re facing a long putt or a delicate tap-in, the Phantom X putters will give you the confidence to control your distances effectively.

Feel and Sound

The feel and sound of a putter can greatly impact a golfer’s confidence and performance on the greens. The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters are designed to provide a pleasing feel and sound that golfers love. The combination of the face insert and the multi-material construction contributes to this desirable feel.

The soft, responsive face insert offers a lively yet controlled feel at impact. It provides just the right amount of feedback to let you know when you’ve made a solid strike. The aluminum and stainless steel materials used in the putter head also contribute to the overall feel, giving it a balanced and solid sensation.

In terms of sound, the Phantom X putters produce a crisp and satisfying “click” at impact. This sound not only enhances the overall putting experience but also provides auditory feedback on the quality of the strike. The sound is neither too loud nor too muted, striking the perfect balance for most golfers.

In summary, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters offer exceptional performance in terms of stability and forgiveness, distance control, and feel and sound. The combination of innovative design, advanced technologies, and high-quality materials make these putters a reliable choice for golfers looking to improve their putting game. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, the Phantom X putters will help you achieve consistent and confident strokes on the greens.

  • Stability and forgiveness are enhanced through the multi-material construction and strategic weight distribution.
  • Distance control is achieved through the face insert technology and unique milling pattern on the face.
  • The feel and sound of the Phantom X putters are pleasing, with a soft yet controlled feel and a crisp “click” sound at impact.

Customization Options for the Scotty Cameron Phantom X

Grip selection.

When it comes to customization options for the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters, one area where golfers have a lot of choices is the grip selection. The grip of a putter plays a crucial role in how the club feels in your hands and can greatly impact your overall performance on the greens.

Scotty Cameron offers a variety of grip options for the Phantom X putters, allowing golfers to choose the one that best suits their preferences and playing style. Whether you like a firm and tacky grip or a softer, more cushioned feel, there is a grip option available for you.

One popular grip option for the Phantom X putters is the Pistolero Plus grip. This grip features a slightly larger diameter, providing a more substantial feel in the hands. It also has a pistol-style shape with a flat front and a slight taper towards the back, promoting a consistent grip pressure and enhancing control.

If you prefer a more traditional grip, the Classic Pistol grip might be the right choice for you. This grip has a more slender profile and a slightly softer feel compared to the Pistolero Plus. It offers a comfortable grip with a traditional look and is favored by many golfers who appreciate a more traditional feel.

For those who prefer a grip with a more pronounced texture, the Matador grip is worth considering. This grip features a pattern of deep horizontal grooves that provide excellent traction and enhance grip stability. It is a popular choice among golfers who prefer a firm and tacky feel in their hands.

In addition to these grip options, Scotty Cameron also offers various sizes to accommodate different hand sizes and grip preferences. Whether you have smaller hands or prefer an oversized grip, there is a size available to ensure a comfortable and secure grip.

Shaft Options

In addition to grip selection, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters also offer customization options when it comes to the shaft. The shaft of a putter can have a significant impact on the overall feel, balance, and performance of the club, so it’s important to choose the right one for your game.

One option available for the Phantom X putters is the standard steel shaft. This shaft provides a solid and stable feel, offering excellent feedback on each stroke. It is a popular choice among golfers who prefer a traditional and reliable option.

If you’re looking for a lighter and potentially more forgiving option, the graphite shaft might be worth considering. Graphite shafts are known for their lightweight construction, which can help increase swing speed and provide a smoother feel. They also have the potential to dampen vibrations, reducing the impact on your hands and making for a more comfortable experience.

Custom Engravings

For those looking to add a personal touch to their Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter, custom engravings are available. Custom engravings allow you to personalize your putter with your name, initials, or any other desired inscription.

Scotty Cameron offers a variety of font styles and sizes for custom engravings, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your preferences. Whether you want a subtle and understated engraving or a bold and eye-catching design, there are options available to make your putter truly unique.

Custom engravings not only add a personal touch to your putter but also make it easier to identify and differentiate from others on the course. It’s a great way to showcase your individuality and make a statement with your equipment.

Pros and Cons of the Scotty Cameron Phantom X

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter series has gained a reputation for its exceptional performance and sleek design. However, like any golf club, it comes with its own set of advantages and limitations. In this section, we will explore the pros and cons of the Scotty Cameron Phantom X, helping you make an informed decision before investing in this putter.

Advantages of the Phantom X

The Phantom X putters offer several advantages that set them apart from other putters in the market:

  • Exceptional Stability and Forgiveness : One of the key advantages of the Scotty Cameron Phantom X is its remarkable stability and forgiveness. The multi-material construction, featuring a precision-milled aluminum face and stainless steel body, enhances stability during the stroke, providing a consistent roll and minimizing mishits. This stability allows golfers to maintain control and accuracy, even on off-center strikes.
  • Superior Distance Control : The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters are designed to provide excellent distance control. The advanced weighting system, including strategically placed weights in the sole and perimeter of the putter, ensures a balanced and controlled stroke. This helps golfers achieve optimal distance on their putts, leading to more consistent results on the greens.
  • Unparalleled Feel and Sound : When it comes to putting, feel and sound play a crucial role in providing feedback and confidence to golfers. The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters deliver a satisfying feel and sound upon impact, thanks to the integrated vibration dampening technology. This feature not only enhances the overall experience but also helps golfers develop a better sense of touch and control on the greens.
  • Wide Range of Customization Options : Scotty Cameron understands that every golfer has unique preferences and playing styles. With the Phantom X putters, you have the opportunity to customize your club to suit your needs. From grip selection to shaft options and even custom engravings, you can personalize your putter to make it truly your own.

Limitations of the Phantom X

While the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters offer numerous advantages, it’s important to consider their limitations as well:

  • Higher Price Range : The Phantom X putters are known for their premium quality and performance, but they also come with a higher price tag compared to other putters in the market. The craftsmanship and technology behind these putters justify the cost, but it may be a factor to consider for golfers on a tighter budget.
  • Limited Variety of Head Shapes : The Phantom X putters primarily feature a mallet design with variations in neck configurations. While mallet putters are known for their forgiveness and alignment aids, some golfers may prefer the traditional blade design. If you have a strong preference for blade putters, the Phantom X series may not offer as many options.
  • Putter Weight and Balance : The weight and balance of a putter can greatly impact a golfer’s stroke and feel on the greens. While the Phantom X putters offer a well-balanced design, some golfers may prefer a different weight distribution or overall heft. It’s essential to try out different models within the Phantom X series to ensure compatibility with your putting stroke and personal preferences.

Comparison of the Scotty Cameron Phantom X with Other Putters

When it comes to choosing the right putter, golfers often find themselves faced with numerous options. Among the top contenders in the market, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X stands out for its exceptional performance and innovative features. In this section, we will compare the Phantom X with two other popular putters: the Scotty Cameron Select and the Odyssey O-Works.

Phantom X vs. Scotty Cameron Select

The Scotty Cameron Select putters have long been revered for their precision and craftsmanship. However, the Phantom X takes performance to a whole new level. One of the key differences between the two models is the design and construction. The Phantom X features a modern, high-MOI mallet design, while the Scotty Cameron Select offers a more traditional blade design.

The mallet design of the Phantom X provides enhanced stability and forgiveness, making it easier for golfers to achieve consistent strokes. The weight distribution in the Phantom X is optimized to prevent twisting and promote a smoother roll off the face. On the other hand, the Scotty Cameron Select putters are known for their classic blade design, which appeals to golfers who prefer a more traditional look and feel.

Another aspect where the Phantom X shines is its alignment technology. The Phantom X putters come with a variety of alignment aids, including sight lines and dots, to help golfers align their putts more accurately. The Scotty Cameron Select putters, while still offering some alignment assistance, may not have the same level of customization when it comes to alignment options.

Phantom X vs. Odyssey O-Works

The Odyssey O-Works putters have gained a strong following among golfers due to their exceptional feel and performance. When comparing the Phantom X with the Odyssey O-Works, one notable difference is the face insert technology. The Phantom X utilizes a multi-material face insert that enhances the feel and sound at impact, providing a more responsive feedback to golfers. The Odyssey O-Works putters, on the other hand, feature a proprietary Microhinge insert that promotes a smooth roll and improved distance control.

In terms of stability and forgiveness, both the Phantom X and the Odyssey O-Works perform admirably. However, the Phantom X’s mallet design and optimized weight distribution give it an edge in terms of resistance to twisting and enhanced forgiveness on off-center hits.

When it comes to customization options, both the Phantom X and the Odyssey O-Works offer a range of choices. Golfers can select different grips and shaft options to suit their preferences. Additionally, the Phantom X offers the option for custom engravings, allowing golfers to personalize their putters.

Phantom X vs. TaylorMade Spider

The TaylorMade Spider putters have gained popularity among golfers, thanks to their stability and performance. When comparing the Phantom X with the TaylorMade Spider, one of the main differences lies in the design and construction. The Phantom X features a sleek and modern mallet design, while the TaylorMade Spider offers a more angular and futuristic appearance.

In terms of stability and forgiveness, both the Phantom X and the TaylorMade Spider excel. The high-MOI design of the Phantom X and the perimeter weighting of the TaylorMade Spider contribute to their exceptional stability and resistance to twisting. This allows golfers to maintain consistent strokes and improve their accuracy on the greens.

When it comes to distance control, the Phantom X and the TaylorMade Spider are both top performers. The face inserts in both putters are designed to promote a smooth roll and enhance distance control. Golfers can expect a consistent ball speed and improved accuracy with these putters.

  • To summarize:
  • The Phantom X offers a modern mallet design, while the Scotty Cameron Select has a more traditional blade design.
  • The Phantom X provides enhanced stability and forgiveness, thanks to its optimized weight distribution and high-MOI design.
  • The Phantom X offers a variety of alignment aids, while the Scotty Cameron Select may have fewer customization options in terms of alignment.
  • The Phantom X features a multi-material face insert for improved feel and sound, while the Odyssey O-Works has a Microhinge insert for a smooth roll.
  • Both the Phantom X and the Odyssey O-Works excel in stability and forgiveness, but the Phantom X’s mallet design may offer a slight advantage.
  • Customization options for both the Phantom X and the Odyssey O-Works include grip and shaft selection, with the added option of custom engravings for the Phantom X.
  • The Phantom X and the TaylorMade Spider both offer exceptional stability and forgiveness, but the Phantom X’s design may appeal to those looking for a sleeker mallet putter.
  • Both the Phantom X and the TaylorMade Spider provide excellent distance control and accuracy, thanks to their advanced face insert technology.

How to Choose the Right Scotty Cameron Phantom X Model

Blade vs. mallet design.

When it comes to choosing the right Scotty Cameron Phantom X model, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is whether you prefer a blade or a mallet design. Both designs have their own unique characteristics and advantages, so it’s important to understand the differences between the two.

A blade putter, as the name suggests, has a more traditional and compact shape. It typically features a thinner and narrower clubhead, which can provide a more precise feel and greater control over your putting stroke. Blade putters are often favored by golfers who have a more traditional putting style and prefer a putter with a classic look and feel.

On the other hand, a mallet putter has a larger and more forgiving clubhead. The extra weight and size of the mallet design can help to increase stability and resistance to twisting, which can be beneficial for golfers who struggle with consistency in their stroke. Mallet putters also often have alignment aids or visual cues built into the design, which can assist with proper alignment and aim.

Ultimately, the choice between a blade or mallet design comes down to personal preference and your individual putting stroke. Some golfers may find that they have a natural affinity for one design over the other, while others may benefit from trying out both styles to see which one feels more comfortable and effective for their game.

Weight and Balance Considerations

In addition to the design of the putter, weight and balance are important considerations when choosing a Scotty Cameron Phantom X model. The weight and balance of the putter can greatly impact the feel and performance, so it’s essential to find a model that suits your preferences and putting style.

Different golfers have different preferences when it comes to the weight of their putters. Some golfers prefer a heavier putter, as it can help to promote a smoother and more controlled stroke. Others may prefer a lighter putter, which can provide a faster and more responsive feel. It’s important to experiment with different weights to find the right balance for your game.

Balance refers to the distribution of weight throughout the putter. There are three main types of balance: face-balanced, toe-balanced, and heel-balanced. Face-balanced putters have the weight evenly distributed across the face, making them ideal for golfers with a straight-back, straight-through putting stroke. Toe-balanced putters have more weight towards the toe, which can benefit golfers with an arcing putting stroke. Heel-balanced putters, on the other hand, have more weight towards the heel and are suited for golfers with a more pronounced arc in their stroke.

Consider your own putting stroke and try out different weights and balance options to find the optimal combination that feels comfortable and promotes a smooth, consistent stroke.

Putting Stroke Compatibility

Another important factor to consider when choosing a Scotty Cameron Phantom X model is the compatibility of the putter with your putting stroke. Every golfer has a unique putting stroke, and finding a putter that complements your natural stroke can greatly improve your performance on the greens.

There are three main types of putting strokes: straight-back, straight-through; slight arc; and pronounced arc. Straight-back, straight-through strokes have a minimal amount of rotation and follow a straight line back and through. Golfers with this type of stroke often benefit from face-balanced putters, as they help to keep the face square to the target throughout the stroke.

Slight arc strokes have a moderate amount of rotation, with the putter moving slightly inside on the backswing and slightly inside on the follow-through. Golfers with a slight arc stroke may find toe-balanced putters to be the most suitable, as the weight distribution can assist with the natural rotation of the stroke.

Pronounced arc strokes have the most rotation, with the putter swinging significantly inside on the backswing and inside on the follow-through. Heel-balanced putters are often recommended for golfers with a pronounced arc stroke, as the weight distribution can help to stabilize the face through impact.

To determine your putting stroke type, observe your natural motion when making putts. Pay attention to the path of the putter head and any rotation that occurs. Once you have identified your stroke type, you can select a Scotty Cameron Phantom X model that is specifically designed to enhance the characteristics of your stroke.

Maintenance and Care Tips for the Scotty Cameron Phantom X

Taking proper care of your Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter is essential to ensure its longevity and optimal performance. In this section, we will discuss some maintenance and care tips that will help you keep your putter in excellent condition for years to come.

Cleaning and Polishing

Cleaning your Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter regularly is crucial to remove dirt, debris, and any residue that may accumulate during your rounds of golf. Here are some simple steps to keep your putter clean:

  • Gently Wipe the Head : After each use, use a soft cloth or towel to gently wipe the head of your putter. This will remove any dirt or grass clippings that may have stuck to it.
  • Use Mild Soap and Water : If your putter requires a deeper clean, fill a basin or sink with warm water and add a small amount of mild dish soap. Submerge the putter head in the soapy water and use a soft brush or toothbrush to gently scrub away any dirt or stains. Be careful not to scrub too vigorously, as this may damage the finish.
  • Dry Thoroughly : After cleaning, make sure to dry the putter thoroughly with a towel. Pay special attention to the hosel and the cavity behind the face insert to ensure no moisture remains.
  • Polish the Head : To maintain the aesthetics of your Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter, you can use a specialized putter polish or a mild metal polish. Apply a small amount of polish to a soft cloth and gently buff the putter head in circular motions. This will help restore the shine and remove any surface scratches.

Storage Guidelines

Proper storage is essential to protect your Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter when it’s not in use. Follow these storage guidelines to prevent any damage and maintain its performance:

  • Headcover Usage : Always use the headcover provided with your Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter when storing it or transporting it in your golf bag. The headcover will protect the putter head from scratches, dings, and other potential damage.
  • Avoid Extreme Temperatures : Do not expose your putter to extreme temperatures. Avoid leaving it in your car trunk or any other place where it may be subjected to excessive heat or cold. Extreme temperatures can cause the materials to expand or contract, potentially affecting the performance and durability of your putter.
  • Store Upright : When not using your putter, store it in an upright position. This will help prevent any bending or warping of the shaft. Additionally, storing it upright will prevent any accidental knocks or bumps that may occur if it’s laid flat or leaned against other clubs.
  • Avoid Moisture and Humidity : Keep your putter in a dry environment to prevent any moisture or humidity damage. Moisture can cause rusting or corrosion, which can negatively impact the performance and appearance of your putter.

Shaft and Grip Maintenance

Apart from the putter head, the shaft and grip of your Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter also require regular maintenance. Here’s how to take care of these components:

  • Clean the Shaft : Wipe the shaft of your putter with a damp cloth after each round of golf. This will remove any sweat, dirt, or oils that may have accumulated. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as they may damage the finish or grips.
  • Inspect the Grip : Regularly inspect the grip of your putter for any signs of wear or damage. If you notice any cracks, tears, or significant wear, it may be time to replace the grip. A worn-out grip can affect your grip pressure and overall control during your putting stroke.
  • Regrip if Necessary : If you feel that the grip of your putter has become slick or worn, consider regripping it. Regripping your putter will provide you with a fresh, tacky grip, enhancing your control and feel while putting.

Remember, proper maintenance and care will not only extend the lifespan of your Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter but also ensure consistent performance on the greens. By following these tips, you can keep your putter in top condition and continue sinking those crucial putts with confidence.

Note: The following table provides an overview of the maintenance and care tips for the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter.

Scotty Cameron Phantom X FAQs

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters are highly popular among golfers, thanks to their exceptional design, performance, and customization options. If you’re considering investing in a Phantom X putter, you probably have some questions. In this section, we’ll address the most frequently asked questions about the Phantom X putters.

What is the Price Range of the Phantom X Putters?

When it comes to pricing, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters fall into the premium category. The price range for these putters can vary depending on the specific model and customization options you choose. On average, the Phantom X putters range from $399 to $599. While this may seem like a significant investment, it’s important to remember that the Phantom X putters are crafted with precision and use high-quality materials, ensuring optimal performance on the greens.

Can I Adjust the Loft and Lie of the Phantom X?

Yes, you can adjust the loft and lie of the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters. The loft refers to the angle of the putter face in relation to the ground, while the lie refers to the angle formed between the shaft and the ground. The ability to adjust these parameters allows you to fine-tune your putting stroke for optimal performance.

To make adjustments to the loft and lie, you will need to visit a professional club fitter or an authorized Scotty Cameron retailer. They have the expertise and tools required to make precise adjustments to your putter. It’s worth noting that not all models within the Phantom X range may offer adjustable loft and lie options, so it’s essential to check the specifications of the specific model you’re interested in.

Are Headcovers Included with the Phantom X Putters?

Yes, headcovers are included with the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters. These headcovers are designed to protect the putter head from scratches, dings, and other damage during transportation or when not in use. The Phantom X putter headcovers feature a sleek and stylish design, often matching the overall aesthetics of the putter itself.

The headcovers are typically made from high-quality materials, such as durable synthetic fabrics or genuine leather, ensuring long-lasting protection for your prized putter. They are also designed to be easy to put on and take off, providing convenient access to your putter when you’re ready to make your next stroke.

In summary, the Scotty Cameron Phantom X putters offer a premium golfing experience, combining exceptional design, performance, and customization options. While they may come with a higher price tag, the quality and craftsmanship of these putters make them a worthwhile investment for serious golfers. You can adjust the loft and lie of the Phantom X putters, allowing you to fine-tune your putting stroke. Additionally, headcovers are included with the putters to protect the putter head and add a touch of style.

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Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 Review

Are you looking for the perfect putter to take your game to the next level? Scotty Cameron putters have long been one of the premium products on the market. The 2022 Phantom X putter range is for golfers looking for a premium mallet putter.

The new Phantom X line features 10 models so you should find one that suits your eye and your stroke!

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 packs a punch with its refined graphics, enhanced alignment features, and customizable options. You’ll be sure to hit the green with confidence, thanks to its small slant neck, milled aluminum sole, and updated Pistolero Plus grip.

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, this putter is sure to level up your game. 

Note that I have been playing a Phantom X12 since the end of 2019.

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 Review

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Titleist Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5

  • Redesigned for increased forgiveness, easier alignment, and confidence-inspiring performance
  • Re-designed precision milled 6061 aluminum face/core
  • 6061 aluminum and 303 stainless components
  • Customizable stainless steel sole weights dial in the optimal putter length-to-weight ratio
  • Also available in a left-handed model

Key Takeaways

  • The Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 putter has a design and construction identical to the Phantom X 7.
  • It features enhanced alignment features and stability with flow, thanks to the way the weight is distributed and customizable sole weights.
  • The putter promotes confident alignment with elongated white sight lines and a milled topline.
  • Customization options are available for length, loft, and lie through Scotty’s Custom Shop.

Pros And Cons Of the Phantom X 7.5

What are the benefits of Scotty’s Phantom X putter?

  • very stable design
  • great for lining up
  • lacks feedback on slight mishits

Design and Construction

You’ll love the design and construction of this putter. It has a precision-milled aluminum sole/flange component and a small slant or jet neck for toe flow. The putter also has a 3.5º loft and a 70º lie angle. It features a misted finish, refined graphics, and a Pistolero Plus grip with a new, non-slip texture. It is described by the company as a wingback mallet so it will probably better suit those with a penchant for a blade putter but who aren’t finding the middle of the face as often as they would like.

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The head shape promotes confident alignment with a single milled sight line on the top and long white sight lines in the flange. The weight distribution allows for more weight to be positioned back and perimeter-side for ultimate balance.

You can customize the RH length, loft and lie, and stainless steel sole weights. Plus, you can get authentic Scotty Cameron replacement grips, headcovers, and other accessories for your putter. The Phantom X 7.5 will have you looking and feeling good on the course.

Phantom X 7 and 7.5

The X 7.5 is identical to the new Phantom X 7 in its design other than the neck. The 7.5 model has a slant neck to promote slight toe flow as Scotty calls it.

Alignment and Stability

The putter’s weight distribution allows it to have more weight positioned toward the back and perimeter, creating enhanced alignment and stability with a slight toe flow, as evidenced by its small slant/jet neck and dual-purpose alignment with a single milled sight line on the top line and long white sight lines in the flange. 

It promotes alignment and stability with flow for a confident, controlled stroke. Its customizable features and sleek design make it a great choice for players of all levels!

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Specifications

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 is designed to help you optimize your performance on the greens:

  • Available in RH lengths of 33, 34, and 35 inches
  • 303 solid stainless steel face and body
  • 6061 aircraft aluminum sole/flange component
  • 3/4 shaft offset
  • Pistolero Plus grip
  • loft of 3.5º and lie of 70º

The Phantom X 7.5 lets you take your game to the next level. The combination of its enhanced alignment features, stability, and customizable options will help you sink more putts and lower your score. 

Phantom X 7.5 Top

Customization Options

Experience the ultimate in putting customization with the Phantom range. You can customize length, loft, and lie. Get the perfect fit for your putting stroke.

  • Right-handed players can get the length customized in 1/2″ increments
  • Custom loft and lie available through Scotty’s Custom Shop

This putter is designed to give you the confidence to make those tricky putts. With its customizable specs, it’s a great option for any golfer. 

You’ll be able to fine-tune your putting game with this putter. Knowing it’s tailored to you should give you a major confidence boost. 

Who Should Use This Putter?

Anyone looking for some extra MOI to help them be a little more consistent on the greens will benefit from a mallet-type putter. Obviously, this is one of the more expensive models available so that may put you off but with care, this club will give you a great many years of service.

The 7.5 is going to suit players who need a bit more of a toe-hang putter so those with more of an arc-type stroke.

The Phantom X 7.5 is sure to be a game-changer for any golfer looking to take their putting to the next level. Here’s why:

  • Enhanced alignment and stability for improved accuracy
  • Customizable stainless steel weights for personalization
  • Refined graphics and a revamped Pistolero Plus grip
  • Authentic Scotty Cameron accessories for a complete look

This putter is designed to provide the highest level of performance. The shape of the putter promotes confident alignment with elongated white sight lines in the flange and a milled top line.

It has all the features you need to be successful on the green. From its customizable features to its sleek design, it’s sure to help you make every putt count.

So if you’re looking to take your game to the next level, the new Phantom X 7.5 is definitely worth a look.

Other Models

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X putter line includes a total of 10 models to help you take your game to the next level.

  • Phantom X 5
  • Phantom X 5.5
  • Phantom X 5s
  • Phantom X 7
  • Phantom X 7.5
  • Phantom X 9
  • Phantom X 9.5
  • Phantom X 11
  • Phantom X 11.5
  • Phantom X 12

Other Options

If you don’t quite have the budget for a Scotty then you might want to consider a more reasonably priced putter like one of the TaylorMade Spiders. I used one of the early versions of this putter for about 5 or 6 years and still have the ghost version as a backup for winter golf.

If your budget is nearer the $100/£100 mark then take a look at this article on budget putters .

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 Review: Conclusion

As I said in the introduction I have been using an X 12 since the end of 2019 and have found it has given my putting a new lease of life – the X 7.5 could do the same for yours!

The Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 is the perfect putter for any golfer. It’s packed with features and options, and its design and construction are top-notch.

It’s lightweight, stable, and perfectly balanced. Plus, it’s got many customization options and accessories, so you can personalize it just how you like it.

If you’re looking for a putter that’s top-notch in design, and performance then take it for a spin on the practice green! It’s no exaggeration to say that this putter will up your game and make you the envy of all your golfing buddies.

Looking for a blade putter? The Scotty Cameron Super Select Newport 2 is a great choice.

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ]

Who is scotty cameron.

Scotty Cameron has been designing putter heads since the 60s. From helping his dad with designs in their garage through working for Cleveland and Ray Cook before eventually partnering his company with Titleist. His putters are played by numerous professional golfers and have won multiple majors since 1993!

Are Scotty Cameron Phantom Putters forgiving?

Yes, the Phantom X mallet range is a forgiving line of putters although the same could be said of mallet putters in general.

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You fly for hours, anticipating your arrival, wanting to take in the area and the views of another country far away from your departure airport. The airport and the area you leave from is detailed and visually full, and you know you have a great airport scenery waiting for you at the other end of the flight, then when you arrive...

...  Nothing, but flat plain emptiness and the same boring standard X-Plane basic scenery, worse there is no OSM (Open Street Map) data in the tile either, so there is no road or autogen detailing in there as well, just well nothing.

When Drzewiecki Design released their UUEE Sheremetyevo Airport XP , I loved it because it was like a visitor from the Cold War past, the Soviet era, and it was also great scenery and great choice of a destination to fly to from any of the capitals of Europe...  but that was it, just this great airport in the middle of nothingness, bland....   zero ville.

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Now Drzewiecki Design has released "Moscow City"  a scenery package to compliment their UUEE Sheremetyevo, and boy how much a difference this release has done to this totally boring area.

To get the full first impression effect I flew JARDesign's A320neo from EFHK Vatnaa, Helsinki to UUEE Sheremetyevo which is flight Finnair AY153 which is a daily 9.25am service.

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First Impressions

I was surprised to start picking up scenery still quite away out from central Moscow, as I approached my 6000ft transition altitude. Here there was buildings and houses and the physical visual notes you were arriving somewhere.

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Looking hard at the horizon through the A320's windows and you could see the iconic silhouette of Moscow city.

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The scenery provides lite versions of all Moscow's Airports, this is UUWW Vnukovo, which was easily recognisable as you flew over. As you fly closer to the centre of the city the density of the objects below becomes quite heavy as the landscape fills in. You have all kinds of infrastructure including, blocks of flats, tower blocks, factories, housing, skyscrapers and almost everything that makes up an urban landscape, in all there is 2000 custom-made buildings that makes up this impressive scenery.

A note here in that you don't get that rolling as you move feeling effect where as it just suddenly appears in front of you and then quickly disappears behind as soon as you have flown out over the area. There is a slight effect of that as there has to be, but only in the far distance and as you can see from the images the views in every direction are widespread and visually it is very good to excellent.

The "Seven Sisters" or "Stalinist skyscrapers" built from 1947 to 1953 are all in the scenery with their "Wedding Cake" architecture or officially  Russian Baroque               - Gothic style. Most famous is the Moscow State University, front and centre of the image below.

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Central Moscow is excellent and extremely realistic, and you really need a travel guide to pick out the landmarks and detail, but it is hard to miss the Red Kremlin complex  and St Peter's square from the air.  Both sides of the aircraft is visually full until you have crossed right over the city.

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I am not a fan of the generated 3d OSM scenery, but this is very good in blending in perfectly with the X-Plane default scenery and giving you a smooth transition from country to urban and back again with great realism.

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Over the city and turning north towards Sheremetyevo, another Moscow airport UUMU Chkalovsky is represented on the turn.

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The city skyline is now easily visible on landing at Sheremetyevo, and that really helps in the arrival factor, more so in that the cities building infrastructure spread now comes up and around the airport to fill the gaps to the city itself, and making the original  Sheremetyevo scenery that was so open and lonely in the old X-Plane view is now a big part of the whole in this combination. No doubt it really brings this always good scenery now alive and very usable.

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Sheremetyevo Airport

Before we move on to the city itself. It is important to note the area around UUEE Sheremetyevo itself.

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Compare the large image above to the earlier image at the start of this review to see the amount of change there is around UUEE Sheremetyevo with the addition of this Moscow City package. The two sceneries are of course meant to be used together, and in reality it would look odd if you had Moscow City scenery installed without the Sheremetyevo scenery included to fill out the northern areas. A highlight is that both sceneries together form a single whole, as the areas between the airport and the central city area are well filled in and that gives you a huge area of coverage and the full visual aspect.

To get a closer lower look at the Moscow Center I commandeered Dreamfoil's lovely Bell 407.

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There is a 4.000km² total area covered with this scenery here, and you have expect some sort of building replication to cover all that ground. There is of course but as well in the fact there is also enough variations as to not keep it all interesting and not obviously visually obvious.

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The closer you go to the central area, the variations in the buildings change there in style and density as well. And then more of the iconic buildings start to appear as you get closer in again to the middle. The business district is excellent, with a lot of business towers and the more modern futuristic skyscraper architecture that stands out in every view point in eye scans across the city.

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The more recent is in tune with the more older Stalinist era that makes up the Moscow skyline.

The Kremlin Complex and the Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed (St Basil's) is excellently represented and so is "Red Square"

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There are Orthodox churches everywhere and all the big icons in the Moscow Cathedral Mosque, Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Grand Arena of the Central Lenin Stadium, Otkrytive Arena and department stores, museums and power stations and more....

I did have issues with many buildings floating, including the Kremlin. I tried both "Runways follow terrain contours" on and off with no flattening of the objects and there is no information in the manual either on how to fix the problem.

Night lighting is very good, yes there is again a repeatable pattern to the majority of the hundreds of the apartment blocks that does stand out, but the more individual buildings do all have that personal touch and some buildings look really very good.

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The highlight here is the business district which looks magnificent and is very realistic from any direction at night as is the lit Stadium.

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Although away from the central area the Ostankino Tower that stands 540.1 metres (1,772 ft) tall, and is the tallest freestanding structure in Europe and it looks great at night and is a very good position indicator from the air from any direction.

Included Moscow Airports

As noted also included in the scenery are seven airports and several helipads.

UUWW Vnukovo

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The futuristic Vnukovo International is very good for a lite version, with great terminals and lots of small detailing. Only thing missing is the static aircraft and a bit more ramp equipment, but otherwise it is highly usable.

UUDD Domodedovo

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The oldest of Moscow's International airports is Domodedovo. Again it is quite devoid of static aircraft and I am not crazy about the blue terminal glass work, but it is still a very workable scenery to use and has a lot of well made objects.

UUBW Zhukovsky

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Zhukovsky was a major aircraft testing facility since the  cold war years, with most of the major Russian Experimental Design Bureau's having facilities here. It is also now used by the Ministry of Emergency Situations! and cargo carriers. It was also used as a test site for the Soviet Buran  reusable Spacecraft because it has the world's second longest pubic runway at at 5,402 m (17,723 ft). Mostly it is a collection of very large hangars but has a lot of static aircraft in storage.

UUMO Ostafyevo International Business Airport

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A former military airbase. Ostafyevo features a new modern glass terminal, and caters primarily to business aviation.

UUMU Chkalovsky

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Chkalovsky is a military logistics airport that is famous for it's support for the Russian Space program and transport to Star City and the Yuri A. Gagarin State Scientific Research-and-Testing Cosmonaut Training Center. Yuri Gagarin left here on his final flight before crashing by the town of Kirzhach.

UUBM Myachkovo Airport

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Myachkovo is a small General Aviation Airport that is owned by the Finpromko company. Cargo aircraft up to the size of the Ilyushin ll-76 freighter can also use the airport.

UUMB Kubinka

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Kubinka has been a significant Russian military airbase and large airshows are held here to show off the Russian military might.

There is also provided UUU1 Kremlin Airport, within the Kremlin walls, but I couldn't get it to work? There are two pads in H1 and H2.

Your first thoughts after reviewing this excellent Moscow scenery is not with this actual package. You then wish that you could have this extensive scenery at London, Rome, Madrid, Berlin and the list could go on with any of your favorite European Cities, and don't count a load in the Middle East and Asia. But a London scenery like this would certainly be a godsend in our X-Plane world. Drzewiecki Design has already done Warsaw and Manhattan, so there is always hope.

It is not cheap either and you need to add in their UUEE Sheremetyevo scenery package on top of that as well. But you get an awful lot of ground covered here for your money, with the area covered here that is extensive...  huge and flying into Moscow will never be the same again.

A few areas to note in one that in my case a few of the buildings floated, the download is huge load at 1.4gb and this Russian area is not the best for navigation aids and programming FMS units as most waypoints are not recognised. Most of the airports ILS coordinates also have to checked and recalibrated (Drzewiecki Design do provide all the correct coordinates) so there is a little work to do to set up repeat services but the work is worth the results.

Not only is the actual Moscow city and all it's buildings supported, you also get seven (if lite versions) of Moscow's other airports included as well, but the framerate processing of all this huge amount of objects and scale is pretty good to excellent. Framerate does hurt more on a lower (helicopter) level and certainly you need a computer with a little extra power is in no doubt required, but overall for the size of the area the scenery is extremely efficient.

Yes I was impressed by this Moscow City Scenery, as this once very barren area of X-Plane is now a very attractive repeat destination as nothing can give you a greater fulfilment than seeing your destination appear in the distance and then give you a huge visual experience as you fly over and approach your destination.

Moscow City certainly delivers that and more...  Just more sceneries like this please!

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Moscow City XP by Drzewiecki Design is NOW available! from the X-Plane.Org Store here :

  • Extremely detailed model of Moscow metropolitan area in Russia
  • Almost 2000 custom-made buildings and other objects, all high quality, FPS-friendly and with night textures
  • Whole Moscow center done in 3D as well as all other important landmarks - museums, palaces, skyscrapers, towers, bridges, railway stations, Zara stores...
  • Trains, ships, 3D people, cars, airport vehicles, static aircraft - anything you can imagine
  • About 4000 sq.km of photoreal 0,5-1m/pix terrain with autogen
  • Sceneries of all surrounding airports including UUWW Vnukovo, UUDD Domodedovo, UUBW Zhukovski, UUMO Ostafyevo, UUBM Myachkovo and UUMB Kubinka, with all airport buildings, detailed layouts, people, airport vehicles and more
  • Very detailed Kremlin model with newly constructed heliport

Requirements

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Installation and documents:

Download for the Moscow City XP is 1.47gb and the unzipped file is deposited in the "Custom Scenery" as four files:

DDZ Moscow City XP (3.99gb) - Yes GIGABYTES!

DDZ Moscow City XP Layer 2 (30.20mb)

DDZ Moscow City XP Documents (1.0 mb)

ZZZ_DDZ Moscow City XP Terrain (20.10mb)

Installation for Windows comes with an .exe installer that deposits the files in the correct order required (however I still moved the ZZZ- folder to the bottom via the INI text install list.

Installation Instructions are provided for Mac and Linux

You need to check all airports ILS coordinates are correct, instructions are provided.

Documents: Two documents include

Moscow City XP MacLinuxinstall

Moscow City XP Manual (seven pages)

Review System Specifications:

Computer System : Windows  - Intel Core i7 6700K CPU 4.00GHz / 64bit - 16 Gb single 1067 Mhz DDR4 2133 - GeForce GTX 980/SSE2 - Samsung Evo 512gb SSD 

Software :   - Windows 10 - X-Plane 10 Global ver 10.50

Addons : Saitek x52 Pro system Joystick and Throttle : Sound - Bose  Soundlink Mini

Plugins: JARDesign Ground Handling Deluxe US$14.95 : WorldTraffic US$29.95

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Thank you for this very thorough (as always) review. I just bought it (it's on sale) and have only one disappointment so far: Red Square has no ILS or any landing aids at all for that matter. And what a nightmare of an approach! Also I was hoping the package would include an add-on that gives my c172 a big cup holder for my Stoli. Otherwise the scenery is gorgeous. What a country!

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Moscow parks – leisure, nature and historical

Moscow is the most green megapolis in the world. There are over a hundred parks and green spaces like gardens, squares and boulevards. You will definitely bump into a few of them wherever you go. Whether you are interested in memorial, historic parks, parks of wildlife or you just want to have a calm break from the speedy city life – city parks have something special for everyone.

Moscow leisure parks

The leisure Moscow parks are undoubtedly the most popular and famous with the locals and travelers. Today such parks provide a great number of exciting entertainments for Muscovites and city guests, adults and children.

The Gorky Park

The Gorky Park

Gorky Park opened in 1928 and was the first holiday park in the Soviet Union with playgrounds, a sports stadium, exhibition halls and attractions for kids. Today it has a fresh, vibrant appearance. The park features bike rental stations, a comfortable business area with Wi-Fi, an outdoor movie theatre and a greenhouse where you can buy fresh greens such as basil and lettuce. To contemplate the sky and the stars, go to the observatory and look through the telescope while listening to fascinating stories from astronomers. Enjoy many sports in the park: volleyball, handball, football or a peaceful jog around the beautiful surroundings.

Zaryadye Park

Zaryadye Park

Opened in September 2017, Zaryadye is the youngest on our list. Located just a few minutes away from Red Square, it includes various activities like the floating bridge with its thin V-form extension, an ice cave, also concert hall and an amphitheater. The entire territory of the park was divided into four zones of Russia: forest, steppe, tundra, and the floodplains.

Neskuchny Sad

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By walking along the Moskva River’s bank from the Gorky Park towards Vorobievy Gory (Sparrow Hills) you’ll reach Neskuchny Sad («Not Boring» garden), a wonderful place in the Moscow center, one of Moscow’s oldest parks, charming slice of wildlife. The park mostly consists of pristine forest, dotted with old summer pavilions, ponds and quaint little stone bridges. There are a lot of opportunities for different activities lots of children playground, a ping-pong and chess clubs, football fields and tennis courts, horse riding, tree climbing and having rest in one of the nice cafes.

Museon Park

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Hermitage Garden

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Hermitage Garden has always been known as an amusement, entertainment center with theatres, shows, cafes, summer pavilions, pergolas since 1830. Shalyapin, Sobinov, Nezhdanova – great Russian opera singers starred on the garden stage. Famous Russian composer Rakhmaninov conducted the orchestra. Sara Bernar, Maria Yermolova, outstanding actresses, played in the open air performances. Tolstoy and Lenin had a stroll in the garden. So lots of celebrities from different epoques liked it a lot and spent their time in Hermitage Garden. You can find here three theatres in the garden: Hermitage, Sphere and New Opera. During winter an ice rink works here and in summer a musical stage is assembled to host jazz and brass band festivals.

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In Sokolniki Park visitors can play billiard, chess or draughts, table tennis, as well as go cycling, roller blading and swimming in the summer and ice skating or skiing in winter. Each season is highlighted by special memorable and bright events, for example, Summer Jazz Festival or Baby Fest (for future mums), open air beach disco parties, Ice Cream Day, International Clown Festival and many other shows and exhibitions. The park has an observatory, kids center and a co-working zone with free Wi-Fi which is really nice for spending high quality work time there.

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Moscow nature parks

The nature parks are national reserves with the amazing forestry and incredible variety of animals and plants there. The breath of wildlife and the chance to be closer to the virgin nature excites both children and grownups. Hundreds of different species of animals can be found in Moscow nature parks. The richest woodlands with old and even ancient trees, like a 200 years pine-tree in the Elk Island National Nature Park, are the point of passionate interest for visitors.

Aptekarsky Ogorod

Aptekarsky Ogorod (Apothecary Garden)

Aptekarsky Ogorod (Apothecary Garden)

Aptekarsky Ogorod (Apothecary Garden) is one of the oldest gardens in Moscow. It was founded in the XVIII century by Peter the First (great Russian emperor). A larch that he planted himself still grows in the garden, so it’s more than 250 years old. At the time of its foundation, it was a garden with herbs and medicinal plants and was used as an educational center for doctors. Today there are the orangery with its tropical palms, the carp pond, and the immense trees that dot the landscape and turn wonderful golden shades in the autumn. Several restaurants and cafes work here making it a very nice spot for relaxation no matter what season it is. You can book a special tour or join the guided excursion group.

Losiny Ostrov

Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island Park)

Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island Park)

Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island Park) is located at the north of Moscow. It covers 22 km from the west to the east and 10 km from the north to the south and it’s one of the most beautiful national parks in Moscow. Two rivers, Yausa and Pechorka begin here. You can find lots of fields, ponds, meadows, streams in the park as well as elks. Here you can enjoy guided tours, available in English. You can choose a guided tour about flora and fauna of the area, you’ll learn why elks are there, which animals are their neighbors. Or enjoy another excursion, which is totally devoted to historical past of ancient tribes once lived there, you’ll know about old Russian mythology, rituals and traditions.

Serebyany Bor

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Serebyany Bor (Silver Forest)

Serebyany Bor (Silver Forest) is a famous pine forest in the west of Moscow. The park has 230 forms of plant life, and is also home to watersports complex, providing a lot of activities for visitors. The layout of Serebryany Bor is unusual, as it is located on an artificial island between a meander in the Moscow River and a channel. There is an artificial lake, the Deep Gulf and picturesque Bezdonnoe (Bottomless) Lake in the depths of the forest. Serebryany Bor’s beaches are the cleanest in the city and very popular among Muscovites. On weekends it is difficult to find a free spot here, especially because a whole range of services are offered to visitors, from simple deckchairs to catamaran and yacht rides. Driving is prohibited on the territory of the island so be ready to use trolleybus to reach the entrance.

Botanichesky Sad

Greenhouse of Botanical Garden

Greenhouse of Botanical Garden

Main Botanical Garden of The Russian Academy of Sciences is the largest and most famous is Moscow. The garden is a real museum of nature with a very rich (more than 18000 types) collection of plants. The park was founded in 1945 at the place of the 17th century Apothecaries’ Gardens. The garden’s collection is turned into botanical expositions, made with use of modern receptions of landscape architecture. Here you can see a tree nursery, a shadow garden, hothouse complex, collection of flowers, a rosary, exposition of coastal plants, garden of continuous blossoming, Japanese garden and expositions of cultural plants and natural flora plants. The biggest part of Garden is the Tree nursery occupying the space of 75 hectares. About 2 thousand wood plants grow here. Another big exposition of the Garden is nature Flora, divided into six botanic-geographical collections: European part of Russia, Caucuses, Central Asia, Siberia and Far East. Pride of the Main Botanical Garden is the collection of tropical, coastal and water plants, which is considered as the best in Europe. The Japanese garden, a great model of Japanese landscape gardening art has a 13-level stone pagoda of the 18th century, stone Japanese lamps, ponds, falls and streams, tea lodges and more than 100 species of the most character Japan plants. It is especially decorative in spring, during Oriental cherry blossoming and in fall, when foliage blazes in crimson colors.

Moscow historic parks

Historic nature parks and estates once were the mansions of the Moscow aristocracy. At that far times the estates were outside the Moscow city limits, but after the city expansion and urbanization, they became easily accessible.

Kolomenskoye

Kolomenskoe

Kolomenskoye Museum and Park

The chief attraction of the park is undoubtedly the stone Church of the Ascension of the Lord. It was constructed in 1532 by order of Tsar Vasily III to commemorate the birth of his son and heir, Ivan the Terrible. But there is a lot more to see in the park: the pretty Church of the Icon of Our Lady of Kazan – with its bright azure domes and plenty of gold. Further into the park there is a charming Church of the Beheading of St John the Baptist, built by Ivan the Terrible to mark his coronation.

Kuskovo

Kuskovo Park

Kuskovo Park is one of the oldest country estates in Moscow. It was given to General Sheremetev by Peter the Great in 1715, but was left to fall into neglect before being plundered by Napoleon’s troops in 1812. Nowadays the estate has been restored to its former glory and is a good example of Russian 18th Century imperial architecture. The palace is a fine and rare example of wooden neoclassicism. It was completed in 1775, and the rich interiors remain unchanged since 1779. It includes a room hung with exclusive exquisite Flemish tapestries, an abundance of silk wallpaper and an impressive collection of 18th century European and Russian paintings. The palace looks onto the lake, which is surrounded by smaller pavilions: pretty Italian, Dutch and Swiss Cottages, Blank’s Hermitage and the old Orangery, where the State Ceramics Museum is located now, an extensive and absorbing collection of porcelain from the 18th century to the present day. On the other side of the lake is a large wood popular with local cyclists and joggers.

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