I can't see any differences I don't know why people would pay more money for the bottom car...
To @9wood if you truly can't see the difference, then the explanations given should have answered your question.
The Scotty is a 009 tour edition which in itself is very hard to come by. From what I hear there's 1 for every 600 normal Scotty Cameron putters. Which isn't that many if you really think about it.
The Scotty is milled and all I can find about the putter you own is that it's cast.
Those two differences alone make the Scotty more valuable to me, however the Scotty would remain on the shelf in a glass case, probably guarded with cameras and a body heat sensor, etc...
Yep right up to the point you slice your first drive into the woods. I'm guessing / hoping this is your form of sarcasm.
In case it's not, we can game plan all we want but in the end we have to play the ball where it lies and since even the pro's can't keep it in the fairway an entire round. A game plan that assumes you will only be on the fairway is likely a plan that won't be very effective.
You were given multiple answers, did you read them? A Scotty Cameron 009 is a collectors item, they are only made for tour players in very limited production runs. The 009 is based off the Newport head that most people could buy for $350, but there are still differences between the two heads and again the 009 is a collectors item.
Most Anser style putters look similar but just because they look similar doesn't mean they are the same. Putters are made with different types of steel, some are milled, others are cast, different tolerances are used. If you look closely, which is why many of us think you're trolling, you can see there are obvious differences in how the putter is constructed.