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Is it just me, or does it seem like the value of Scotty Cameron putters are going down? I'm not talking retail price, because if anything that's going up... But on the private sale Used market side they seem to be declining. I'm seeing some extremely nice putters in "as new condition" being sold at half the price or less! Even some rare ones have been seen for sale at prices as low as $150! Sometimes the putter covers cost more than the putters themselves. Haha. I guess the economy around here really is struggling...
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lucky you am looking for a scotty for a pressie in uk & ebay.co.uk are still relatively expensive even in used condition, dont complain about paying less for premium products you lucky people!!
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This is also being effected by supply and demand. There are a lot of Cameron putters in circulation these days.

Sooo true! The local shops that carry "used" stuff (Mostly Roger Dunn Golf shops) have too many to even deal with.

I bought a nice Newport Studio Select straight shaft, with blue dots about a month ago and I thought I got a steal! I won a driver at a tournament and traded it in, but they wouldn't give me full retail value (which was BS, it was still in the dang plastic!) Anyways, I said there's a putter I want, can you make me a deal? And the manager sold me an "as new condition" Scotty for $220 with original ugly headcover! I probably could have found it online cheaper... or could I...? It seemed like a rare putter to me. you just don't see too many straight shaft Scotty's "used" and definitely don't see them in any color other than red. Still Im seeing some sweet steals out there. Mint condition Circa 62's, Detour's, Studio Stainless putters, etc... Some as low as $100! It's a shame that the value is decreasing, but I always thought they were a bit over priced to begin with. In my opinion, Scotty should make less of them, and only make as many as are ordered by customers.
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  • 2 weeks later...
2 reasons: the economy, and, as Cheif Broom said, he just keeps pumping the market full of them. It is making them easier to find and less valuable. As a matter of fact, last time I went to the golf store, there were 5 used Camerons in the bin.
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