Scotty Cameron Fans?


#41

yeah I saw that LOL

I am going Thursday and I will let you know how I turn out!!


#42

it was eye opening and awesome.

funny how just lie angle and sight lines make a huge difference in putting


#43

Finally got the whole gang together


#44

Second from the left is a thing of beauty to me.


#45


#46

Far left, is that a mil spec Newport 2…?


#47

it’s an early 2000’s pro platinum. I haven’t made the leap for anything from the gallery or limited release yet. I’ve just sent the normal releases to the custom shop.


#48

A weekend project I though maybe some on here would appreciate.


#49

you sir, are an inspiration. Care to share the cut sheet / plans for that? I’m a shitty carpenter without detailed instructions. Also, how’d you get the logo on there?


#50

I putt with a 5s! I never see anyone else with a 5s much bless center shafted putters from any company. :drooling_face:


#51

Wow. We have shockingly similar putters.

I’ve got the same Scotty bullseye flange. A 2010 Newport 1.5, and a Futura 6m


#52

Haha I was in a bad place on the greens early last summer and needed something entirely different for a while.


#53

haha that’s why I picked mine up. But I went from Newport (plummer’s neck) to the 5s (center shafted). I saw you had been using heel shafted Camerons. Did that feel like a big adjustment “toe-flow” wise?


#54

Im a novice carpenter at best, and this didn’t give me too much trouble. I started with just one 1-in-x-3-in-x-8-ft-Pine-Board which was about $10 at Home Depot. The top and bottom pieces are 20 in long and the side pieces are 28 in long. I clamped the two side pieces together and drilled a 2 in diameter hole every 4 in. I glued each side together and put a couple of finishing nails on each side to hold it in place. The logo I just printed from the internet on a piece of cardstock paper and x-acto knifed an outline then traced it onto the wood. Two coats of paint and polyurethane later we got ourselves a putter rack. Excluding the cost of buying a finishing nail gun, which I don’t think was necessary, I was all in for about $40 in materials.


#55

Basically I was struggling with over-releasing the head with all my traditional putters (more likely a setup issue that just had the release happening too early) and was dead pulling a lot of putts even though they felt perfect. Something about the mallet, combined with no offset, made it so I didn’t do that. Aside from adding a little forward press with it I didn’t feel like I changed my stroke very much. I’m incapable of pulling a putt with the mallet (pushes happen though). Gamed it for about a month and went back to my Newport and putted really well the last few weeks of the season. Funny game!


#56

Anyone know of any places to get Scotty apparel other than the Scotty site and ebay? Been looking to find a 1/4 zip thats reasonably priced


#57

Scotty Cameron.

Reasonably priced.

LOL

(Speaking as the owner of a 2nd hand Circle T)


#58

Grabbed a mint floor model X7 about 18 months ago on 2nd Swing. Great putter and my first Scotty. Love at first putt.


#59

Center shafted disciple here. Converted and few years ago with a Ping Kinloch. I like to crowd the plate and get right on top of the ball, so it works for my style


#60

same here I went center shafted after my fitting at the gallery. I have tried and tried and tried to use blade putters but i does well for a couple of rounds but then goes downhill and I always go back to a mallet.