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So my scotty newport has developed some kinda disease. Help me cure it PLEASEEEE.

My local golf course put down a granular fert on the greens and after wiping my putter down after every hole, a day or two later I notice these spots on the sole of the putter. Always around the lettering. Has anybody heard/seen anything like this before?

I know it is a legit scotty, so its got no concern about being a fake/replica.

PICS: https://imgur.com/a/69TULDx

 

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3 minutes ago, kiwi91 said:

So my scotty newport has developed some kinda disease. Help me cure it PLEASEEEE.

My local golf course put down a granular fert on the greens and after wiping my putter down after every hole, a day or two later I notice these spots on the sole of the putter. Always around the lettering. Has anybody heard/seen anything like this before?

I know it is a legit scotty, so its got no concern about being a fake/replica.

PICS: https://imgur.com/a/69TULDx

 

I would contact Scotty Cameron and ask them. The pics don't really show much.

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Just appears to be what you can normally see on a putter. Wipe it down and keep it dry.

I agree: there's not much to see in the photos.

That said, I know how particular people are about their Scotty Camerons.

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2 minutes ago, iacas said:

Just appears to be what you can normally see on a putter. Wipe it down and keep it dry.

I agree: there's not much to see in the photos.

I will try uploading another picture, to me its not really an issue as its obviously not effecting its play-ability but I have just sold it there on eBay and was just curious to see if it was something anyone else has dealt with.  

 

 

 

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I can try to get a picture of it later, but my Scotty has similar rust around some of the stampings. 

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FYI, here's what mine looks like. (I removed all of the paintfill a while ago.)

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I use a product called Snow-Cap to take rust stains from well water off of my driveway and the side of the house.  Bet it, or a similar rust stain removal product would do the trick in about a second.

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