Reviews and Problems with Titleist Studio Select Kombi
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good product and would recommend
10 December 2013
Summary: This is one of 7 SC putters I own. They are all well balanced and easy to align I had to do some restoration on this putter, new grip a little and red paint fill. I keep switching back and forth among 3 different putters every 1 to 2 weeks, so, haven't found which is the best one yet, but I would...
Summary: Love the style of this 50" Titlest Cameron Studio Select Kombi long putter. I am 72 and It works great for my back that was hurt several months ago and I will be able to use this length even after 2016 as I have found I can use it without anchoring to my body.
Summary: I purchased this putter because the straight putter I had was not working for me. The putter it self has improved my putting. The only thing that disappointed me was they said I would get a cover with it and there was no cover. Very nice putter
Summary: Awesome, well balanced, easy to line up, Adam Scott uses it, and it gets the ball in the hole sooner. I wish I had not resisted paying for a Scotty Cameron for so long. This putter truly gives you a competitive advantage. If you want to putt better, buy a Scotty!
This will help a lot of golfers with their putting.
13 January 2013
Summary: This product is very stable. The feel is excellent, much better than I expected from a large putter head. I was experiencing twisting in some of my putts and this has eliminated it. Distance control is good. I find I am no longer leaving long putts short.
Summary: Can't go wrong with a Scotty putter. Many golfers might go with the blade model. This mallet model actually allows you to aim very easily. The material is so solid. I have played a scotty blade model before. This one the line-up is very easy and increas my confident.