Scotty putters are a top of the line, quality tool for putting. I own 3 of them, and dont use them. I won one and the other two were gifts. I dont use them because I dont putt well with them. Dont know why, but I dont use them very eell.
What I do putt well with is a cheapie Zone 1 putter I found in a discount bin. I think I paid $10 for it many years ago.
My point is, just because a club has a high price tag on it, it's not a guarantee it will play well for you.
For my last birthday, one of my daughters presented me with a Cleveland T 2135 (?) Putter. Something about a raised aim line is its claim to fame. From what little use I have given it, it seems to be able to match my putting stroke pretty well. Its not in my bag yet, but maybe some day.