Named after golf industry veteran and Callaway Golf’s Senior Vice President/General Manager of Putters Sean Toulon, the new range consists of six models to appeal to a wide variety of players.

The four blades (Madison, Austin, Long Island and San Diego) and two mallets (Memphis and Indianapolis) incorporate a unique blend of high quality materials, craftsmanship, looks and the latest in putter technology to deliver both excellent performance and feel.

“Building a better-performing putter takes imagination, intelligence, focus, precision and experience,” said Toulon. “In our quest to manufacture the best, we focused on creating harmony between sound, feel and roll, ensuring they’re all in sync to maximise performance.”

Toulon putter’s innovative ‘Deep Diamond’ Mill face is the result of extensive testing and works to channel the vibrations caused by impact away from golfer’s ears to produce what Odyssey describe as a “slightly softer, yet still crisp, solid sound with incredible feel.”

Many of Callaway’s staff players have been quick to add Toulon models to their setup including Thomas Pieters, Pablo Larrazabal and Michelle Wie, as have some non-contracted players like Masters Champion Sergio Garcia who put a Toulon putter in play in recent weeks.

Taking cues from the looks and performance-driven designs of Indy cars the high-MOI (moment of inertia) Indianapolis is the most striking of the new models and backs up its looks with performance, with Wie favouring the model for much of 2017.

Each Toulon putter comes standard at 35 inches and is fitted with a SuperStroke Pistol GT Tour grip, with the Memphis and Indianapolis also available in left-handed.

Toulon Design Putters will appear in Australian golf shops beginning October 13.

RRP: $649.99.

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