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So what the heck is the deal on the Scotty putter head covers on ebay?

I wanted to get a new cover for my Scotty, so I was expeting maybe $15-20 for a new cover.

Good lord, the prices on there are insane. Most avg about $60 - $120.

I even saw this one for $500. Like what? Really? Are these collectors items or something?

Here what I'm talking about: http://www.ebay.com/itm/SCOTTY-CAMERON-BLACK-MINI-CROWN-PUTTER-COVER-W-TOOL-/400276651004?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash;=item5d3258fbfc

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The expensive ones are rare and usually collectors items, yes. The putter is expensive and the covers are ridiculously expensive, even the regular ones. I bought a non-standard $10 cover that actually looks pretty good. The stock cover is hideous. No doubt they sell them with an ugly grey one to make more money on people buying new covers.
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Get a Scotty Headcover and Get a Putter Stolen.

You might want to get something a little more anonymous - lot's of options out there. Although, when I owned Scottys, I wanted a Hula Girl Cover... but at that time, even I would not go $80.

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Originally Posted by brianm423

I'm pretty sure you can buy putter covers through Scotty Cameron's website.  Don't know how much they go for, but worth a look.



OMG!!! Best advice ever! Thanks. I just found the exact same one I found on ebay ($65) for $35 on his website. I just now ordered it.

Now this begs the question, if you car buy them for $35 direct from his webiste, then why are people paying these crazy prices on ebay. WOW.

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Like someone else said, some people like to collect Cameron headcovers and some of the more rare ones fetch a pretty hefty sum.  Id also agree with not using a Cameron headcover.  Its pretty much liking inviting someone to steal your putter.

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Originally Posted by TitleistWI

Like someone else said, some people like to collect Cameron headcovers and some of the more rare ones fetch a pretty hefty sum.  Id also agree with not using a Cameron headcover.  Its pretty much liking inviting someone to steal your putter.



Huh? If someone's gonna steal something, don't you think they take my $400 driver instead? So I should replace my Titleist driver head cover with a plain one?

Or why not just walk off with my hole bag.

I don't know where you're from, but the golf courses I play in the Denver area, don't have any problem with people stealing stuff. Plus I always keep a close eye on my bag. If I go into the pro shop, I ask my buddy to watch them.

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Originally Posted by Motley01

Huh? If someone's gonna steal something, don't you think they take my $400 driver instead? So I should replace my Titleist driver head cover with a plain one?

Or why not just walk off with my hole bag.

I don't know where you're from, but the golf courses I play in the Denver area, don't have any problem with people stealing stuff. Plus I always keep a close eye on my bag. If I go into the pro shop, I ask my buddy to watch them.

No because people know that they can get $300 or more for any Cameron putter.  If your driver is more than a year or 2 old, its worth next to nothing.

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The standard Studio silver head cover runs about $25 dollars on ebay. If you are looking for an authentic scotty cameron aftermarket head cover you need to be prepared to pay for the branding.

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Originally Posted by MitchWayne

The standard Studio silver head cover runs about $25 dollars on ebay. If you are looking for an authentic scotty cameron aftermarket head cover you need to be prepared to pay for the branding.



You can get the more common ones fairly cheaply.  A few years ago when my bag was still all Titleist I bought a Circa 62 putter cover on Ebay and I think it cost me about $30.

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Originally Posted by TitleistWI

No because people know that they can get $300 or more for any Cameron putter.  If your driver is more than a year or 2 old, its worth next to nothing.



Exactly.

I am in the process of de-identifying my clubs. One can try to keep a close look on their bag, but the reality is that you can't keep your eyes on it all the time. It's one reason I have a Sun Mountain Bag and not one with an OEM blaring's ID on it. I am also getting anonymous head covers. Until then, I use a large towel to drape over the head covers.

Theft is always a problem, especially if you play public or semi-private clubs on a consistent basis.

From what I understand, any theft is done quickly. They don't stand around to inspect your bag. They look for a head cover, pull the club, and go. If you scream "expensive", guess what happens?

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