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Hello all, I have been debating buying a Scotty Cameron California Monterey 1.5 and have a question, on the Scotty site it says that it comes with the following headcover: http://www.scottycameron.com/putters/puttermodel.aspx?id=402

but on many ebay auctions people are selling it with the Studio Select black one like this: http://www.scottycameron.com/putters/puttermodel.aspx?id=407

So which is it ? I know it doesn't matter, I was just wondering.

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From what I understand the studio headcovers are cheaper.  Therefore the seller (stores or personals) give you the cheaper one.  If you want the "nicer" one you have to buy it separately.   If I bought mine in a store, I would demand that I get the correct headcover from Scotty.

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I just got the California Monterey about 3 months ago. I purchased it at Golfsmith.

They initially gave me the silver studio select headcover. Then I argued with them, when I found out it should be the new black headcover. I showed them what the Scotty website had should come with it, and they finally got me the new black one.

These stores should know what headcovers come with each version of a Scotty. They thought I was nuts until I proved them, then they apologized.

I wonder if it's against Scotty Cameron authorized retailers policies to sell a putter with a different headcover? I don't think they can or they will lose their license.

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Originally Posted by Motley01

I just got the California Monterey about 3 months ago. I purchased it at Golfsmith.

They initially gave me the silver studio select headcover. Then I argued with them, when I found out it should be the new black headcover. I showed them what the Scotty website had should come with it, and they finally got me the new black one.

These stores should know what headcovers come with each version of a Scotty. They thought I was nuts until I proved them, then they apologized.

I wonder if it's against Scotty Cameron authorized retailers policies to sell a putter with a different headcover? I don't think they can or they will lose their license.


Honestly, half the people working in Golfsmith, Edwin Watts or Golf Galaxy, are not golf professionals.  It's a job, not a passion like it is for most of us on the forum.  And most of them aren't equipment geeks, so no surprise they wouldn't know which head cover goes with which putter.  Additionally, Scotty changes headcovers pretty regularlly within the same line of putters, especially when he changes finish, so keeping up with what head cover goes with what putter based on the finish and model year could be a career on it's own.

I would suspect those stores get a group of putters and head covers, they are not matched up head cover to putter, so employee's wouldn't always know what head cover goes with what putter.

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Originally Posted by Motley01

I just got the California Monterey about 3 months ago. I purchased it at Golfsmith.

They initially gave me the silver studio select headcover. Then I argued with them, when I found out it should be the new black headcover. I showed them what the Scotty website had should come with it, and they finally got me the new black one.

These stores should know what headcovers come with each version of a Scotty. They thought I was nuts until I proved them, then they apologized.

I wonder if it's against Scotty Cameron authorized retailers policies to sell a putter with a different headcover? I don't think they can or they will lose their license.

An authorized Scotty Cameron retailer? Wouldn't that be like an autorized retailer of Pepsi or Levis?

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