SC putter fittings take place at Scotty Cameron's only recently opened studio. They're $350 just for the fitting.
Of course you could go that route, but its not necessary as I said. Titleist has fittings at demo day events....
We (Titleist Tech Rep) are hosting Scotty Cameron Putter Fitting Days. The best thing to do is check the Titleist web site for an event in your area... and ensure they bring the putting line to your specific event as well.. but flying out to get a personal fitting is not the only way...the events are limited of course but they exist...c'mon man.
Due to all the requests for Scotty Cameron putter demos, this summer we will be having limited putter events throughout the country. The rep will bring all the Cameron putters, talk about toe flow, styles of putting and help each individual player select the putters that fit their style. It will be limited to about 20 players so that everyone can get individual attention.
I see you didnt get the Pepsi joke. That was my point...
In restaurants everyone asks for Coca-Cola, and the waiters have to frequently say: "Is Pepsi Okay?"
So Pepsi should change their slogan.... the benchmark is Coca-Cola... whether lots of people love Pepsi or not... it is what it is...Lol
This was my point..
1-You use the putter more than any other club
2-So make a quality investment
3-Let feel and performance rule, not necessarily cost etc..
4-You cannot go wrong with a SC, they are top quality benchmark, proven and made the in USA
5-Get fitted for any club you buy in today's world...
that's all. Hope this helps. Enjoy!
Edited by golfbarefoot - 7/23/14 at 3:29pm