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Scotty Cameron putters

post #1 of 15
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Papa's getting a brand new putter for Christmas

I have decided that I have had enough of my old Winex putter (I know, it's second-hand, and I've never heard of the name either).

Instead, I think it's about time to get a Scotty Cameron and join the masses of Cameron fans.

I'm wondering, what is the benefit of the iridescent Studio Design finish? I've seen rusted Studion Design putters: is there a benefit to having a rusty putter, like there is to having a rusty wedge?

Finally, are there any recommendations for SC putters? Tell all of your Cameron glory tales here!
post #2 of 15

Re: Scotty Cameron putters

I can't see ever wanting a rusty putter, but thats me. I don't mind it on my Oil Can wedges, but thats a different story. Scotty putters are awesome, the Newport 2 I have feels great (I should be getting it refinished sometime this spring). Make sure you get the right length. I think a lot of guys (like myself) make the mistake of getting a "stock" 35" putter when they would do well to play on 33-34" in length. Beyond that, its up to you. I'd like to pick up a Newport 2.5 one day... it doesn't have the plumber's neck. Enjoy that putter when it comes!
post #3 of 15

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I have a SC Newport II SS Pro Plat. the funny thing is it's not my gamer. I rotate between this and my Yes! Tracy
post #4 of 15

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I have 5 different Scotty's in My Bag so I'm a little biased. I'm with Jeff above, get fitted for your putter
post #5 of 15

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I just picked up this baby for xmas. I was trying other putters, but this one felt very solid and not too light which I liked. It was kind of pricey, but oh well. I'll probably keep it forever. Plus, I'll probably use it the most out of all my clubs lol.

post #6 of 15

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That scotty is nice... I hope you enjoy it!
post #7 of 15

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Originally Posted by muskegman
That scotty is nice... I hope you enjoy it!
Yeah, it's very nice. I'm sure I will.
post #8 of 15

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I'm looking at buying my first cameron by the end of jan. I'm not too keen on the inserts that are in the newer one though. Anyone have any feedback positive or negative aobut them.

Better with or with the inserts?
post #9 of 15

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If you don't like the insert, you can always get the studio style which is just the milled face. I believe it's cheaper and has a nicer finish on it. ;)
post #10 of 15

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I have a Pro Platnium that does not come out of my basement.But that being said I am going to treat my self to a Red X next week for my birthday.Hate like hell to give up my Yonex Blade but I'm bored so.
post #11 of 15

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Before going all Titleist in November, I was using the Phantom 2 center shafted mallet and it was a nice feeling putter. I am now playing the Newport Studio Style with the insert and it just unbelievable the feel the insert makes. It feels better then the Phantom 2 or the Studio Design I had before that. I did try the Odessey 2 ball tour model but never felt comfortable with it. Have played SC's for about 4 years and feel that they are worth every penny. Just my take on it.

Mike
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Just got the FED EX alert that my REDX is on the way.I will be driveway sitting looking for the blue and white!!!
post #13 of 15

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I've had two black gun-metal Camerons in my life, a Newport Two (which I still have) and a Coronado which Erik sent through the Cameron shop. I love the feel of the black Camerons more than the newer ones. They are a bit softer and more pretty to look at if there isn't much rust.

Currently I'm playing a 2-ball, but if I switched the first putters I would try would be anything Cameron. Solid, solid clubs.
post #14 of 15

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I'm a big fan of the anser design, but was never satisfied w/ the light weight of the putter. When I first tried the Cameron Newports, that did it for me and I bought one even though it was more than the driver I have now. :p It's a very solid feeling putter and I love it and don't think I'll replace it unless it's another Cameron.
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Hey forum. I made really simple little Scotty Cameron Putter site that shows you all of the Scotty Cameron ebay listings at a glance just by clickin. I find it useful, I know a bookmark would have a similar effect, but i set this up to be even simpler. Let me know what you guys think:

http://www.scottycameronputterclub.com/

-Cap
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