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Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Design
4.9 out of 10

Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Design

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Shoots in the 90s

Mike Norton, GolfReview.com
3 January 2014
  • Summary: This club just ticks every box. I have tried many putters in my time but this is the one. Not only does it look superb but it feels and performs amazing! If you want a Scotty this has to be one. They don't make these models anymore so if you find one at a good price get it! You won't be let down!
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Shoots in the 70s

Mark Orchard, GolfReview.com
18 April 2013
  • Summary: The skill of any sport starts with the equipment,if it doesn't look good or feel good you are at a disadvantage already. I have tried many putters well known and not so well known.This putter is very easy to line up therefore I can't see why anyone shouldn't use it.Also it looks and feels great.
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Shoots in the 80s

John Selleh, GolfReview.com
10 February 2012
  • Summary: I have over ten high end putters (10) in my collection. I have missed 3' putts with my $1,750 circle T putter, but my most consistant putting rounds will come from my $130 Studio Design. What can be more important than confidence in your putter?
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Shoots in the 70s

Fredrik Johansson, GolfReview.com
14 September 2011
  • Summary: Over the 20years i have playd golf, my putting never been close to my scores to day. I have tried all kinds off putters, but never found one this good locking and eyasy to play.
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Shoots in the 70s

Larry Wilson, GolfReview.com
23 September 2010
  • Summary: I've used my Scotty 3.5 Studio for about seven years and it's the best putter I've EVER used. The feel and color are sensational but the sound it makes when you hit the SWEET SPOT. SWEEEEETT!!!!
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Shoots in the 70s

1tallrider, GolfReview.com
27 November 2008
  • Summary: I am rolling a Cameron Studio Design 1. This is the classic blade with a shallow flange. An outstanding putter. If you are a feel person and want to learn to put a better stroke on the ball, then this is a choice you must consider.
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Value for money 2
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Shoots in the 70s

tangojay, GolfReview.com
2 August 2008
  • Summary: Another "improved" design by the Xerox master, this is a good feeling putter,but, if you want the real thing, do yourself a favor and buy a T.P. Mills, after all, Mr. Mills is who is being robbed of their designed this time.
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Shoots in the 70s

Money Mike, GolfReview.com
12 June 2008
  • Summary: Picked up one of these last year brand new at Golf Galaxy for $200.00. I used to be skeptical of Camerons and felt they wree over price and over rated. Boy was I wrong! This is by far the best putter I have ever used. It looks great and has great feel.
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Value for money 10
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Shoots in the 80s

Tom Kehoe, GolfReview.com
1 May 2008
  • Summary: The finest most balanced putter I have tried and I have tried scores of them. The appearance alone instills confidence. Thanks Scotty, fine peice of work.
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Shoots in the 80s

CDNLFT, GolfReview.com
11 March 2008
  • Summary: They don't make scotty's like this anymore IMHO. The feel, the finish, material, balance is all there compared to the newer models, which seem to be manufactured rather than crafted. Beautiful crafted mallet putter that makes the ball roll off smooth and solid. Hard to find, if you find one, get it.
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