Re: Master Scotty Cameron Putters: Worth It or Not? ThreadI like the way the Circa 62 feels in the hand, the weight and where the shaft bends, the visibile marks, and the fact that is was made in the USA. It's not the easeist putter to just pick and start knocking them in-but the roll off the face of the putter is smooth smooth smooth. My father has been golfing just over 30 years now, and he's a good man and solid single digit golfer (5 or 6). Offers a few tips if you want 'em, and will let you know when you hit a good shot. But during my career low round (72) with him the best compliments I ever got on a golf course was his quietley muttered disbelief when I sunk a few left to right 8-12 foot sliders. "Damn! so smooth, look at the way he gets the ball rolling...so smooth."
My Cameron was $200, not sold as brand new, but still in the plastic with an untouched headcover. They're expensive, but not outrageous, I've seen some good deals pop up from time to time on globablgolf, 3balls, and ebay.