Cameron crafts a new range of putters!

That's Scotty, not President Obama's new best friend David!

Bob Warters's picture
Fri, 16 Mar 2012

Cameron crafts a new range of putters!

When it comes to putters, master craftsman Scotty Cameron leaves nothing to chance. Weight, balance and stability are all factored in to his designs in his California studio. Even the stepless steel shaft contributes to a clean, unimpaired visual appeal at address.

He says: “My goal when designing and building a putter is to provide the golfer with pure putting confidence – whether it’s for the best players in the world or golfers who aspire to play their best.”
And he claims the performance and preference options available in his new Titleist by Scotty Cameron Select line, are his deepest yet.

These putters have all been Tour-validated, developed and refined through product and player research conducted at my state-of-the-art studio and on practice greens around the world.”

And there’s a price to pay for quality - each of the new models will have a recommended price of £278 and will be available from May.

The new family includes five modern blade models (Newport, Newport 1.5, Newport 2, Notchback, Newport 2.6), two mallets (GoLo, GoLo S), three mid-lengths/belly putters (Newport 2 Mid, GoLo Mid, GoLo S Mid) and two long-shafted, broomhandle options (Big Sur, Big Sur S).

All feature a deep-milled face for a softer feel and sound, as well as refined shapes and a Black Mist, non-glare finish Tour players prefer. The Big Sur models have high grade milled aluminium heads which make them easier to handle.

Golfers can be fitted for length, weight and a putter’s neck configuration to provide the most appropriate amount of toe flow during the stroke.

The new Cameron Select Newport, Newport 1.5, Newport 2, Notchback and Newport 2.6 putters - replace the Studio Select line with red dot graphics and red dot weights in the sole, while the GoLo Mallets and mid-length and Newport 2 Mid putters replace the Studio Select Kombi lines.

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