Toulon Design Daytona Beach Putter
The Toulon Design Daytona Beach is an all-new multi-material crowned mallet design best suited for strokes with minimal arc and face rotation. The 2022 Toulon Design putters have been completely reimagined to improve performance with a new Deep Diamond Groove mill pattern, split weighting system, our new Stroke Lab shaft and midsize pistol grip.
Toulon Design putters are developed with an obsessive attention to detail, exacting precision, and Tour-proven performance. They’re meticulously crafted to be the best milled putters in the world.
We’ve established an extremely high standard, and we’re taking our performance driven designs to new heights with an outstanding 2022 lineup. We’re delivering a wide range of premium enhancements from compelling new head shapes, featuring our new deep diamond groove face milling, to a stunning Midnight Black finish, split weight forward weighting configuration, and our latest generation Stroke Lab shaft. This collection truly showcases our best Toulon Design milled line ever.
Deep Diamond Groove Mill pattern
Deep full face grooves are designed to control sound and feel by channeling vibration. The face also features a medium depth double fly cut to enhance forward roll and feel. With this precise attention to detail, we’ve created our most consistent and best-rolling Toulon Design putters ever.
Midnight Black Finish
Toulon Design is widely recognized for its premium look and construction. The beautiful black finish is played on Tours worldwide and showcases the meticulous craftsmanship of these finely milled putters.
Stroke Lab Weighting
Innovative multi-material shaft saves 40 grams of weight, which is redistributed to the head and grip end of the putter. Stroke Lab completely rebalances the putter for improved tempo and consistency in the stroke, and this major-winning technology continues to dominate on Tours around the world.
Adjustable Weighting System
Every Toulon Design putter comes with a new two split-weight design that moves the weights forward, and toward the toe and heel. The positioning improves the inertia of the head, while also improving the consistency of impact ratio and forward roll. All of this leads to speed consistency and a high level of performance.