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Here's every putter used by a winner on the PGA Tour in the 2024 season


Thomas Northcut

June 17, 2024

Putting is normally a key component to success on the PGA Tour. Given that, it seems logical to take a look at every putter used to win a tour event over the course of the season. As the 2024 season rolls on with 38 regular-season and FedEx Cup Playoff events, we're taking a look at what's been in the bag for this year's winners so far. After 27 events and 28 winners overall, L.A. Golf captured its first win of the season with Bryson DeChambeau's triumph at the U.S. Open. TaylorMade leads the way with 12 wins overall with Odyssey in second place with eight wins. Ping and Titleist each have three, and L.A.B. has one. Come back each week to see who else will be added to the list of winners.

Bryson DeChambeau, U.S. Open


Alex Slitz

Putter: L.A. Golf Armlock prototype

Key putting stat: DeChambeau finished 12th in strokes gained/putting (4.697) while making 349-plus feet of putts for the week.

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Scottie Scheffler, Memorial Tournament



Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X X1

Key putting stat: Like when he won the Players Championship in March, Scheffler was a modest 22nd in strokes gained/putting. But he finished first in putts per GIR, which was a big deal consider he hit 50 of 72 greens on the week.

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Robert MacIntyre, RBC Canadian Open



Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour T3

Key putting stat: In grabbing his first PGA Tour title, MacIntyre led the field in strokes gained/putting (11.190), including finishing in the top 10 daily on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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Davis Riley, Charles Schwab Challenge


Sam Hodde

Putter: Scotty Cameron by Titleist Phantom X 7.2 tour prototype

Key putting stat: Riley ranked fourth in strokes gained/putting for the week, needing no more than 29 putts in any individual round at Colonial Country Club.

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Xander Schauffele, PGA Championship


Ross Kinnaird

Putter: Odyssey Toulon Las Vegas Prototype

Key putting stat: When Schauffele made his six-foot birdie on the 72nd hole to beat Bryson DeChambeau by one stroke, he joined Payne Stewart in 1989 and Phil Mickelson in 2005 as the only golfers to birdie the final hole to win the Wanamaker Trophy.

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Rory McIlroy, Wells Fargo Championship


Jared C. Tilton

Putter: TaylorMade Spider X X3

Key putting stat: In the process of shooting a final-round 65 to runaway with his fourth Wells Fargo win of his career, McIlroy was second on the day in strokes gained/putting (3.907). That left him eighth on the week at 4.282.

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Chris Gotterup, Myrtle Beach Classic


Tracy Wilcox

Putter: TaylorMade Spider X

Key putting stat: Gotterup won his first PGA Tour title by finishing third in stroke gained/putting at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club (7.505) as he made more than 406 feet of putts over 72 holes.

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Taylor Pendrith, CJ Cup Byron Nelson


Sam Hodde

Putter: Odyssey Versa Jailbird 380 CS

Key putting stat: The Canadian ranked 14th in strokes gained/putting for the week in Dallas, needing no more than 27 putts in any of his four rounds en route to victory.

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Rory McIlroy & Shane Lowry, Zurich Classic of New Orleans


Chris Graythen

Putters: McIlroy—TaylorMade Spider X X3; Lowry—TaylorMade Spider Tour Z

Key putting stat: McIlroy rolled in two crucial birdie puttes on the 11th and 16th holes during Sunday's final round in foursomes (alternate shot) to help the team rally into a playoff—and set up the eventual win.

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Scottie Scheffler, RBC Heritage


Jared C. Tilton

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X X1

Key putting stat: Scheffler ranked only 36th in strokes gained/putting for the week, but was second in Putts per Greens in Regulation (93 on 55).

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Billy Horschel, Corales Puntacana Championship


Michael Reaves

Putter: Ping Sigma 2 Tyne 4

Key putting stat: Horschel ranked second on the week in the Dominican in Putts per Greens in Regulation (1.57).

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Scottie Scheffler, Masters Tournament


Andrew Redington

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X X1

Key putting stat: The now two-time Masters champion took full advantage of his birdie opportunites at Augusta National by continuing his hot putting, ranking third in putting average for the week.

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Akshay Bhatia, Valero Texas Open


Raj Mehta

Putter: Odyssey Versa Jailbird 380 Long

Key putting stat: While just 24th for the week in strokes gained/putting, Bhatia was first in Putts per GIR as he went on to claim his second career PGA Tour title at the age of 22.

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Stephan Jaeger, Texas Children's Houston Open


Raj Mehta

Putter: Odyssey Ai One 2-Ball CH

Key putting stat: En route to his first PGA Tour victory, Jaeger was third in strokes gained/putting (6.394) and needed just 109 putts for the week.

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Peter Malnati, Valspar Championship


Julio Aguilar

Putter: Scotty Cameron by Titleist TourType Special Select Masterful prototype

Key putting stat: For the week, the 36-year-old tour veteran was second on strokes gained/putting, adding 8.307 (he's eighth for the season overall). He was also first in putts per GIR (1.6) and T-11 in putts per round (26.5).

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Scottie Scheffler, Players Championship


David Cannon

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X

Key putting stat: En route to becoming the first player to win the Players Championship in back-to-back years, Scheffler was a modest 37th in strokes gained/putting. But he finished tied for third in putts per GIR, which was a big deal consider he hit 55 of 72 greens on the week. And the fact the pain in his neck was continually exaserbated on the greens as he was turning his head to aim his putts.

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Scottie Scheffler, Arnold Palmer Invitational


David Cannon

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour X

Key putting stat: Switching to the mallet this week at Bay Hill, Scheffler finished fifth in strokes gained/putting (4.347). He made his final 23 putts inside 15 feet at Bay Hill.

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Brice Garnett, Puerto Rico Open


Andy Lyons

Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG 7S

Key putting stat: En route to his second career PGA Tour title, Garnett finished 10th in putts per GIR (97 on 59).

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Austin Eckroat, Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches


Brennan Asplen

Putter: Ping Redwood D66

Key putting stat: As he closed out his first career PGA Tour title, Eckroat finished first for the week in putts per greens in regulation with 96 on 59. For the week he made more than 322 feet in putts.

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Jake Knapp, Mexico Open


Fernando de Dios

Putter: TaylorMade Rossa Itsy Bitsy Spider

Key putting stat: The PGA Tour rookie finished 16th in strokes gained/putting en route to his first PGA Tour victory.

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Hideki Matsuyama, Genesis Invitational


Michael Owens

Putter: Titleist Scotty Cameron by Titleist GSS

Key putting stat: En route to his first PGA Tour title in more than two years, Matsuyama was third in the field in strokes gained/putting (4.298) and ranked sixth in the field during his final-round 62.

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Nick Taylor, WM Phoenix Open


Orlando Ramirez

Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour Red

Key putting stat: Taylor didn't just lead the field at TPC Scottsdale in strokes gained/putting, he picked up more than nine strokes on his peers en route to the playoff victory over Charley Hoffman. For the week he holed a career best 459 feet of putts with a mallet he first put in the bag in 2020.

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Wyndham Clark, AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am


Tracy Wilcox

Putter: Odyssey Ai One Jailbird Cruiser

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Key putting stat: En route to shooting his record-breaking 12-under 60 at Pebble Beach during Saturday's third round (which turned out to be the final round of the rain-shortened event), Clark made more than 189 feet in putts. After putting the Odyssey in his bag for the first time while at Pebble, he ranked first in strokes gained/putting for the tournament.

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Matthieu Pavon, Farmers Insurance Open


Orlando Ramirez

Putter: Ping Cadence TR Tomcat

Key putting stat: Using a center-shafted mid-mallet that Ping introduced in 2015, Pavon ranked fifth in strokes gained/putting, bettering the field average by more than five strokes. He made seven putts in his three rounds at Torrey Pines from longer than 20 feet, including a clutch 23-foot par save on the 16th in Saturday's final round.

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Nick Dunlap (a), The American Express


Orlando Ramirez

Putter: Odyssey O-Works Tank 7

Key putting stat: The 20-year-old sophomore at Alabama rolled in more than 200 feet of putts during the week, ranking seventh in the field, including a nerve 5 feet, 9 inches, on the 72nd hole for the closing par that alllowed him to become the first amateur to win on the PGA Tour since Phil Mickelson did it 33 years earlier at the 1991 Northern Telecom Open in Tucson.

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Grayson Murray, Sony Open in Hawaii


Kevin C. Cox

Putter: L.A.B. Golf Link.1

Key putting stat: Murray saved his best for last on the putting green, rolling in a 38-footer for a birdie that clinched the playoff victory at Waialae Country Club. For the week he was 23rd in putts per GIR and 29th in strokes gained/putting.

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Chris Kirk, The Sentry


Kevin C. Cox

Putter: Odyssey Ai One 6T CH

Key putting stat: Kirk ranked third in the field in putts per GIR (1.58) and 11th in strokes gained/putting (3.564).