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Is this Prototype Scotty authentic?

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Hey guys I'm new here. I am very familiar with proto's but a buddy of mine is letting his prototype Scotty go and I'm comfortable with it so I'm looking to buy it. It looks to be a circa 62 number 2. But can anyone notice anything that looks off?
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Also.. the only thing on the bottom is the word "prototype". No place does it say Cameron or Circa so just a fyi.
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The fact that it doesn't say Cameron anywhere on it seems a bit off to me, even if it is a prototype. Maybe take a few more pics and send an email to Cameron.

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Originally Posted by tristanhilton85 View Post

The fact that it doesn't say Cameron anywhere on it seems a bit off to me, even if it is a prototype. Maybe take a few more pics and send an email to Cameron.
Thanks for the reply. That's a good idea. I'm going to do that.
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Thanks for the reply. That's a good idea. I'm going to do that.

Cameron won't authenticate any putter without a fee - and certainly not from pictures via email either. It looks pretty cool if you ask me, but if you want it authenticated then you need to send it to the SC custom shop for validation and a certificate ($75 fee plus shipping)

check here:

 

 

http://www.scottycameron.com/custom-shop/?p=authenticate

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You're right . I don't know why I didn't think about that. Thanks though, I really liked the look too! Guess I'll be sending it in .
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