The Ryder Cup could come down to one of these 12 U.S. team putters

U.S. team members Brooks Koepka and Jordan Spieth pictured at the 2021 Ryder Cup.

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Driving the golf ball is always an important stat, but when it comes to the Ryder Cup, the most memorable and often times the most demoralizing moments happen on the putting green. All it takes is just one miss or one make to define a golfer’s performance in the Ryder Cup and trust in their putters is going to be crucial.

When the U.S. team takes to Marco Simone against the Euros these are the putters the 12 Americans will have in the bag.

*Putters are accurate from their most recently played PGA Tour event.

Sam Burns

Even before his win at the Dell Technologies Match Play this year, Sam has been a long-time user of an Odyssey O-Works 7S

Patrick Cantlay

Although he lost out at the FedEx St.Jude to Lucas Glover, Patrick has had years of great play and success with his Scotty Cameron T5 prototype.

Wyndham Clark

After playing with Rickie Fowler and seeing how well he was putting with his counter-balanced Odyssey Jailbird, Wyndham asked for the same thing, and as you probably know — the rest is U.S. Open history.

Wyndham’s Odyssey Jailbird Jonathan Wall

Rickie Fowler

Considering Wyndham got the idea to use a counter-balanced Odyssey Jailbird from Rickie, it’s no surprise that Rickie has the same putter.

Rickie’s win at the Rocket Mortgage helped him earn his pick for the Ryder Cup team Getty Images

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Brian Harman

Brian won the 2023 Open Championship with a TaylorMade Spider OS, and I don’t think he has plans to change it any time soon.

Brian Harmon won the Open Championship with a putter that came out in 2016 Getty Images

Max Homa

Max plays a Scotty Cameron T5.5 weld neck prototype, which is quite similar to other putters used by his American teammates.

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Brooks Koepka

Even after signing an equipment deal with Srixon, Brooks has continued to use his Scotty Cameron button-back Newport 2.

Brook’s Scotty Cameron botton back Jonathan Wall

Collin Morikawa

Collin uses a TaylorMade TP Soto Prototype with a Pureroll insert.

Collin Morikawa with his TaylorMade Soto Getty Images

Xander Schauffele

Xander plays an Odyssey Toulon 7CH with a high-contrast red finish.

Xander’s red Toulon 7CH Jonathan Wall

Scottie Scheffler

Although he has made a few putter switches recently including to a TaylorMade Spider, Scottie went back to his Scotty Cameron at the Tour Championship.

Scottie’s Scotty Cameron newport 2 Jonathan Wall

Jordan Spieth

Jordan has used a Titleist Scotty Cameron 009 with a topline alignment going back to his junior golf days

Jordan’s longtime 009 Jonathan Wall

Justin Thomas

Beyond a few brief moments with other flat sticks, Justin has been loyal to his Scotty Cameron Phantom 5.5 for years.

JT spotted recently working on his game Justin Thomas – Instagram
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