Reviews and Problems with Titleist Scotty Cameron Circa 62
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Value for money 10
13 May 2009
Summary: Originally I bought the studio select newport because the shop didn't have the newport 2. I didn't know that the newport did not have the guide groove. Strangely, I was putting much better and my distance control improved immensely.
Summary: What a beauty! Very pleasing to the eye at set-up and very well-balanced. Like all Cameron putters, this is a great feeling putter. No welds from hosel to head so the feel is incredible. I know it's tough to spend the money for a putter, but look at it this way- it's your most important club.
Summary: Of all the many, many and expensive putters I have had, this is by far the best. The milled carbon steel gives it a wonderful feel, balance is superb, and the one dot alignment actually works better for me than other forms.
Summary: Owning a Scotty seemed like a big jump for someone who putts poorly (regular 3-putts). Anyway, long story short, I like the feel of the putter on course after using a fren's scotty and decided to get one myself. Got this beauty from eBay, brand new at a good price.
Summary: Never before have I bought a club and it has made a difference so quickly, I was shooting high 90's until the very day I got this, I only three putted once and the rest were 2 or better, my score came right down.....the old saying putt for doh....
Summary: excellant putter by far the best scotty out there. brill look and quality finish. lots of roll , great wieght and good alignment makes putting simple! although it has a hefty price tag its worth every penny ,it helped to take 10 shots off my game amust buy for any golfer!
Summary: A very well balanced putter and great looks also. Mine came with the leather grip which I didn't like, I am used to rubber I guess. Taking care of this putter might be a problem for some, due to the oil can type finish.