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These are all the putters used by winners on the PGA Tour this season

The 2019-20 PGA Tour is now complete, and as we often see, a hot putter is a big reason that each of these winners have lifted trophies in the 2019-'20 season. Employing a variety of shapes and styles, the putters used by those players are as varied as their strokes. TaylorMade's sweep of the FedEx Cup playoffs allowed them to have the most wins with 11. Scotty Cameron putters posted 10 wins, followed by Ping with seven. SIK and Odyssey each have four wins and Bettinardi with one. Here’s a look at all the winning putters on the PGA Tour this season along with a key putting stat from the week the player won.

Jared C. Tilton

Joaquin Niemann

A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier

Key putting stat: Niemann ranked first in strokes gained/putting with his platinum-finish putter, picking up more than eight shots on the field on the greens.

Marianna Massey

Sebastian Munoz

Sanderson Farms Championship

Key putting stat: Ranked fifth in strokes gained/putting, more than six shots better than the field average.

Jonathan Ferrey

Cameron Champ

Safeway Open

Key putting stat: Champ made 21 birdies over 72 holes but needed just five putts from outside 10 feet to do so.

Stan Badz

Kevin Na

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Key putting stat: Na made a PGA Tour record 558 feet, 4 inches of putts over the four rounds. His strokes gained/putting mark for the week was an unheard of 14.516 strokes better than the field.

Sam Greenwood

Lanto Griffin

Houston Open

Putter: SIK Flo

Key putting stat: Griffin ranked a mediocre 54th in greens in regulation but made the most of the opportunities, ranking first in putts per GIR with 1.604.

JUNG YEON-JE

Justin Thomas

CJ Cup at Nine Bridges

Key putting stat: Thomas used his mallet putter with a SuperStroke Pistol GT Tour grip to rank 10th in putts per green in regulation.

Chung Sung-Jun

Tiger Woods

Zozo Championship

Key putting stat: Woods needed just 89 putts on the 55 greens he hit in regulation (1.618 average) in making 27 birdies en route to victory.

Rob Carr

Brendon Todd

Bermuda Championship

Putter: SIK Pro C

Key putting stat: Made seven consecutive birdies putts on holes 2 through 8 in the final round.

Zhe Ji

Rory McIlroy

WGC-HSBC Champions

Key putting stat: Converted all nine of his par-save putts over his final 36 holes to play the last two rounds bogey-free.

Gregory Shamus

Brendon Todd

Mayakoba Golf Classic

Putter: SIK Pro C

Key putting stat: Saving par and converting birdies are key to winning. Todd did both in Mexico, ranking T-8 in putts per green in regulation and T-4 in scrambling.

Streeter Lecka

Tyler Duncan

RSM Classic

Key putting stat: Duncan jarred a 25-footer on the final hole to get into a playoff with Webb Simpson, then he made a 13-footer for the title on the second extra hole.

Cliff Hawkins

Justin Thomas

Sentry Tournament of Champions

Key putting stat: Thomas ranked second in putts per green in regulation. Holed a 10-foot bogey-saving putt on the 72nd hole to get into playoff.

Chris Condon

Cameron Smith

Sony Open in Hawaii

Key putting stat: Rode a hot putter to victory, picking up 8.232 strokes on the field on the greens (ranked first).

Keyur Khamar

Andrew Landry

The American Express

Key putting stat: Made a pair of six-foot birdie putts on the 71st and 72nd holes to win by two over Abraham Ancer.

Icon Sportswire

Marc Leishman

Farmers Insurance Open

Key putting stat: Over the final nine at Torrey Pines South, Leishman made a 14-footer for birdie at No. 11 followed by a nine-foot par save at 12. A five-footer for birdie at 13 was followed by a 12-footer at 14 and an eight-footer on 15 for crucial par saves.

Christian Petersen

Webb Simpson

Waste Management Phoenix Open

Key putting stat: Simpson holed a 17-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole and one from similar length in overtime to secure the win.

Harry How

Nick Taylor

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Key putting stat: Taylor ranked second in putts per green in regulation for the week.

Chris Trotman

Adam Scott

Genesis Invitational

Key putting stat: Not known for his putting, Scott was nonetheless a respectable 27th in strokes gained/putting and 15th in putts per green in regulation for the week.

Kevin C. Cox

Viktor Hovland

Puerto Rico Open

Putter: Ping PLD

Key putting stat: Rolled in a 30-footer for birdie on the final hole to capture his first PGA Tour title.

Stan Badz

Patrick Reed

WGC-Mexico Championship

Key putting stat: Reed led the field in strokes gained/putting for the week and helped his cause by converting 13 par-save putts out of 16 chances.

Ben Jared

Sungjae Im

Honda Classic

Key putting stat: Im holed a pair of eight-foot birdie putts on the two “Bear Trap” par 3s, Nos. 15 and 17, at PGA National’s Champion course.

Keyur Khamar

Tyrrell Hatton

Arnold Palmer Invitational

Putter: Ping Vault Oslo

Key putting stat: Ranked 15th for the week in strokes gained/putting, picking up 3.357 strokes on the field.

Ronald Martinez

Daniel Berger

Charles Schwab Challenge

Key putting stat: Made a putt from 10 feet, 5 inches on the final hole for birdie, enough to get into a playoff with Collin Morikawa, which he won.

Kevin C. Cox

Webb Simpson

RBC Heritage

Key putting stat: Simpson sank putts of 10 feet, 22 feet, 14 and 18 feet along with a two-putt birdie from 40 feet on the par-5 15th to secure the win with a final-nine 30.

Maddie Meyer

Dustin Johnson

Travelers Championship

Key putting stat: Johnson’s putting was key at TPC River Highlands. He ranked fourth in strokes gained/putting and made putts on Sunday of 27 feet on the par-3 eighth, 24 feet from the fringe on the following hole and a 16-footer on the par-4 14th.

Stacy Revere

Bryson DeChambeau

Rocket Mortgage Classic

Putter: SIK Tour prototype

Key putting stat: DeChambeau’s distance grabbed the headlines, but he also ranke first in strokes gained/putting, picking up nearly seven strokes on the field.

Sam Greenwood

Collin Morikawa

Workday Charity Open

Key putting stat: Morikawa hit 53 greens in regulation and averaged just 1.585 putts per GIR to lead the field in that stat.

Andy Lyons

Jon Rahm

The Memorial

Key putting stat: Although 30th in strokes gained/putting, he picked up more than three strokes on the field on the greens.

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Stacy Revere

Michael Thompson

3M Open

Putter: Ping Anser 4

Key putting stat: Thompson picked up his putter at a municipal course nearly two decades ago. He picked up two strokes on the field on the greens during the final round.

Keyur Khamar

Justin Thomas
WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational
Putter: Scotty Cameron by Titleist X5
Key putting stat: Thomas holed 19 birdie putts for the week, ranked eighth.

Matthew Stockman

Richy Werenski
Barracuda Championship
Putter: Scotty Cameron by Titleist GSS
Key putting stat: Werenski only needed 1.655 putts per green in regulation, ranked eighth.

Sean M. Haffey

Collin Morikawa
PGA Championship
Putter: TaylorMade TP Juno
Key putting stat: Ranked first in strokes gained putting, picking up more than eight strokes on the field, including 4.566 strokes in the third round.

Jared C. Tilton

Jim Herman
Wyndham Championship
Putter: Bettinardi Inovai 5.0 Tour F.I.T. Face
Key putting stat: For the week Herman was third in strokes gained/putting, picking up more than six shots on the field. In all, he made 444 feet of putts over the four rounds.

Keyur Khamar

Dustin Johnson
The Northern Trust
Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour IB
Key putting stat: Was ninth in strokes gained/putting and tied for first in putts per green in regulation.

Keyur Khamar

Jon Rahm
BMW Championship
Putter: TaylorMade Spider X Chalk
Key putting stat: Ranked sixth in both strokes gained/putting (at 3.880) and putting average. Made 66-foot putt on first playoff hole to win.

Keyur Khamar

Dustin Johnson
Tour Championship
Putter: TaylorMade Spider Tour IB
Key putting stat: Was ninth in strokes gained/putting. Made crucial 21-footer for par on the 13th hole of the final round.