Re: Master Scotty Cameron Putters: Worth It or Not? Thread
Very hard to say.....I suppose it's a personal decision and one must decide for oneself what's best for them.
There are numerous super nice putters on the market made by many other manufacts. to simply rule them out.
I think club snobbery is foolish.....I've seen too many guys with "million" dollar games playing with ten dollar sticks....they couldn't give a rat's arse whose name is on the club...only how it performs for them. Don't ever bet against these fellas.
One the flip side, though, don't begrudge someone for wanting to own a premium stick even though their skill level isn't "there".
Go with whatever brings pleasure and enriches your golf experience.
I am proud of the "Made In Usa" aspect of the Scotty line. On the other hand, "The Made in China" label on my YES putter doesn't stop it from working out nicely for me.....on the occasion that I'm putting hot that day.
I feel the fit and finish of the Scotty products I've tried to be flawless. I also have found that to be true of the PING products I've owned over the years. The color phase paint sceme on my YES putter is simply awesome...it does some wicked changing in full sunlight. It seems to be a very well made stick, too.
$300 for a Scotty........$230 for another leaders sticks.........it's all about what works best for you and fits your eye and stroke. A premium putter does seem to be a better investment in your game than a $400 driver that you stroke ten times per round.