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Scotty Cameron circle t headcovers

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ok, so i was doing some shopping, and i had a couple questions about the circle t head covers. Do they come with a pivot tool? My studio stainless putter head cover is a circle t with no slot for pivot tool, and it says for tour use only on the side and titleist on the reverse. On the one im looking at, there is a pivot tool on one side with no writing and a titleist (R) and a pivot tool spot.

Are these both legit, or is one of them fake?

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There are so many covers and variations for these gems....I'm like a babe in the woods.

Hopefully someone with much knowledge on the matter can chime in and help ya out.

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the face of that first putter looks very suspect... beware on that one

the 2nd pic looks pretty nice, but a standard cover nonetheless regardless of its circle T status

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the face of that first putter looks very suspect... beware on that one

thanks for that, i was just using it as an example though. im so afraid im gonna buy a fake one

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thanks for that, i was just using it as an example though. im so afraid im gonna buy a fake one

circle T's are nice but you can get some nice steals on the bay...

I picked this up for 50 bucks

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I cannot give a definite answer, but my best guess would be it varies. The reason that I say that is because they are used by different players, and some might want a slot for that because they use the pivot tool, while some may use different divot tools, like ones from courses or something. But again, that is just a guess so don't hold me to it.

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I am very suspect of the headcover you are thinking of purchasing (the first one). It looks like nothing more than an OTR headcover that someone stitched a circle t on. The one that is yours (the second one) looks legit.

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Just bought a Scotty Cameron Futura putter on ebay and the headcover happens to have a Circle T on it that is fadded to the same red thread on the Futura name. Looks Legit and my question is how many Circle T Futura head covers did they make? I can't find a single one online or even a picture of another one!

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