Oxygen Putter Review - All You Need To Know

Oxygen Putter Review – All You Need To Know

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Oxygen storms the putter market with two product lines: the Oleander and the Trillium Putter, selling for $129 and $119, respectively. The Oleander Putter dramatically enhances the visual interpretation of a golf putt using break lines, while the Trillium is a traditional blade putter with incredible consistency and feels old-school.

One of the most neglected areas of the golf game by beginners is the putting green. The sad truth is that poorly made putters can and will sabotage short games and stunt potential growth. Having spent the last 30 years in the golf industry, I have used a lot of golf. I recently found a video online where professional PGA-certified golf instructors tested the Oxygen putter at the PGA merchandise show demo day in Orlando, Florida.

I became interested in this brand and decided to purchase and test the two lines. Upon further research, I discovered that The Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella chose Oxygen Putters as his ‘Best New Product’ at the PGA merchandise show. I also realized a buzz on forums like GOLFRX about what this putter model does to golfers’ short game.

In the rest of this article, I will walk you through a full review of Oxygen putters and all you need to know about these models to help you decide whether it’s worth your consideration.

Oxygen Putter Models

Currently, there are two models of the Oxygen putters:

  • Oxygen Oleander Putter
  • Oxygen Trillium Putter

The brain behind these duo putters is Bernie Fay, owner of The MISIG (Most Important Stretch In Golf), a golf stretching, swing training, and exercise or cardio device.

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These sets stand out from the many options on the market because they are made with bone piano keys for a golf putter insert face, unlike the popular plastic insert face or metal or alloy aluminum, brass, or copper.

Also, these oxygen putters are made with sheepskin leather grips instead of rubber grips, which makes them feel softer and silkier. “It carries the feel of a putt through the hands much better than rubber,” Bernie says.

Oxygen Putter Specifications

Below is a quick rundown of the comparison of both putters:

SpecsOxygen Oleander PutterOxygen Trillium Putter
Forgiveness and feelingThe cavity is hollow and filled with proprietary injected foam or polymer.An “old school” blade putter with proprietary insert face backing
Design3-dimensional raised putt breaking lines for visual interpretationCNC-milled face
FaceBone Piano Key Insert FaceBone Piano Key Insert Face
Shaft34″34″
Loft3.53.5
Lie7171
Toe HangMedium Medium
Grip designSheepskin LeatherSheepskin Leather
Custom embroidered head coverIncluded Included
Price$129$119
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<strong>Oxygen Oleander Putter</strong>

Oxygen Oleander Putter

  • Visual interpretation design
  • Unique appearance and material design
  • Ideal for beginners
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Oxygen Trillium Putter

Oxygen Trillium Putter

  • Unique appearance and material design
  • Excellent feel and grip
  • Ideal for those who still like the traditional blade-style putter
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Using the Oxygen Oleander Putter

The most fascinating thing about the Oxygen Oleander putter has to be the brilliant visual interpretation design on the putter head that gives you a directional prediction of how your next golf putt will go on the green.

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As you can see in the image below, the putter has raised three-dimensional putt break lines.

When you hit the ball directly on the face of the first line, the putt rolls straight and then breaks left to right late. Hitting the putt on the front of the second line will make it break left to right early, then move straight.

The third line will make the putt roll left to right and break over the entire putt, while hitting the ball on the face of the fourth line will give you a straight putt and a “double breaking” putt.

The fifth line on the Oleander putter head causes the putt to break right to left over the entire putt, while the sixth line causes the putt to break right to left early and then roll straight. When you hit the ball on the face of the seventh line, the putt rolls straight and then breaks right to the left.

See how the Oxygen Oleander putter works in the video below:

What I like about this putter

  • Visually creates a much better target line.
  • Ideal for beginners
  • Great feel and grip
  • Unique appearance and material design
  • 60-day free returns

What I don’t like about this putter

  • Not customizable
  • It can be expensive for budget-conscious golfers who do not want used products.

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Using the Oxygen Trillium Putter

The Trillium golf putter features a solid 431 stainless steel head, CNC milled face, and concert-grade piano key insert face.

The CNC-milled microgroove face gives you a great forward roll on your ball to get your ball tracking toward the hole and minimize the deviation. If you like more stability in your putter head (the mallet style) or need to improve your putting, the Trillium model is an ideal option.

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Like the Orleander putter, this model has a silky smooth real leader grip, which puts me in full control of my putting better than rubber grips.

What I like about this putter

  • Ideal for those who still like the traditional blade-style putter
  • Again, excellent feel and grip.
  • Unique appearance and material design
  • 60-day free returns

What I don’t like about this putter

  • I couldn’t pinpoint a particular defect in this putter.
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Fredrick

Hello, I'm Fredrick, and I have a genuine passion for golf. With over 15 years of immersion in the golfing industry, I've not only played the game extensively but also honed my skills in crafting informational guides on golf. Golf is not just a sport to me; it's a way of life, and I'm thrilled to share my expertise with fellow enthusiasts.