What we say...
Odyssey's Toulon Memphis putter made it in to our top 10 mallets of 2018 in our biggest ever equipment test - Top Gear. Find out what our testers made of it below
Toulon Memphis Putter Review: You should know
There’s a new kid on the block when it comes to premium 100% CNC Milled putters, and that name is Sean Toulon. Since leaving TaylorMade he’s started his own premium putter business which Callaway bought last year. The Memphis has a deep diamond mill pattern on the face which Toulon says channels vibrations, improving sound, feel and the quality of roll imparted on the ball.
Toulon Memphis Putter Review: We say
It’s really difficult to quantify gains in performance when it comes to buying a premium putter just like it’s hard to say a pair of designer shoes perform better than a pair from Clarks.
Whatever premium products we buy, they have to tug at our heart strings, win us over and convince us they’re worth every last penny. Unless they do we’re struggling to tell TG readers a £400 putter is better than a model for quarter of its price. What we will say though is the Memphis is a cracking, cute little mallet and if you’re a sucker for a Scotty Cameron or Bettinardi putters you really should have a look at Toulon too. Our test pro was the biggest fan, reckoning the Memphis and the Bettinardi Queen Bee were his favourite mallets.
Toulon Memphis Putter Review: Verdict
The Memphis is beautifully created, it’s rounded simple design with a single long sightline couldn’t be anymore appealing in our eyes. We can’t say for sure the science behind the diamond mill face pattern is better or it will help you hole more putts, but it looks amazing and two of our three testers would happily put one in teh bag for 2018.