Toulon’s newest Small Batch putter? Meet the Texas

Toulon Texas 2024 putter

The newest addition to Toulon Golf's Small Batch series is the Texas, which takes its design inspiration from the Austin and La Grange models.

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Toulon Golf’s founder, Sean Toulon, is at it again. Beyond Toulon’s 2024 First Run collection, they added a refined series known as the Small Batch, which offers unique designs intended to inspire and celebrate workmanship and creativity.

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The face of the Toulon Texas. Toulon Golf

And the newest addition to the Small Batch series is the Texas, which takes its design inspiration from the Toulon Austin and La Grange models. They are also heel-toe weighted blade-style putters that present refined characteristics, including a thinner topline with more rounded front and back edges.

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The Toulon Texas at address. Toulon Golf

Another feature of the new Small Batch Texas is the distinguished lack of features beyond the head shape. For golfers who prefer to use the geometry of the putter head to guide their alignment rather than a topline dot or flange sightline, the Texas offers a clean look from address.

Other details include icons milled into the sole to represent famous players from Texas, plus three stars in the cavity to acknowledge the Toulon Family’s three children.

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Each icon represents a famous Texas golfer. Toulon Golf

Toulon Golf Small Batch Texas specs

— Material: 904L Stainless Steel
— Face Mill: Super Fine Double Fly
— Finish: Brilliant Black PVD
— Grip: Toulon Special Black Deep Etched
— Head Weight: 350 grams
— Toe Hang: 53 degrees
— Loft: 3 degrees
— Lie: 70 degrees
— Shaft: Chrome steel
— Headcover: Small Batch Leather

Pricing and availability

Toulon’s Small Batch Texas is available in limited quantities starting today at and is priced at $1,800. For more information about Toulon Golf, their Small Batch series and the rest of their putter collection, visit

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Ryan Barath Editor

Ryan Barath is GOLF Magazine and’s senior editor for equipment. He has an extensive club-fitting and -building background with more than 20 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. Before joining the staff, he was the lead content strategist for Tour Experience Golf, in Toronto, Canada.

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