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  1. Scotty Cameron 2017 Welcome Kit $120 USD plus shipping to buyer Feel free to ask any questions, Cheers
  2. Going through my phone to sort out some pics for finishing up my JPX900 HotMetal review, i ran across several variations of my WITB just in the last two years, there were more before that, but fortunately it's before camera phones were really the thing...ha So here's a look back, if you have multiple years worth, lets see them as well. July 2015 Feb 2016 Sept 2016 June 2017 Aug 2017 Nov 2017
  3. Get ready to blow an hour or two... Scotty Cameron has announced a new Custom Shop tool to tweak and personalize your Cameron putter. This is nothing really new, as Mr. Cameron has had some kind of interface online in the Custom Shop for some time. That tool was a little clunky though as you had to click all over the place to make sure you hit all of the spots for paint and stamps. This new tool seems much more user friendly. Now all of the options are on the left margin, and require just a few clicks to update and customize your putter. It's a fun little diversion for the day. If you don't have time to goof with it right now, I'll give you my initial takes. It is easy to use, and works great if you have a newer Cameron to work with. My old Tel3 Newport Long Neck was not in the new fancy system, though it could still be customized. Full restoration is now $290! Maybe I missed this, but didn't it used to be a ton cheaper? Like $150 and that included a new grip and headcover. As for grips and headcovers... Custom Shop Only headcovers and grips are not as cool as they once were. Gone are the Custom Shop only grips and headcovers. Sure, there are some in the system only available through the shop, but I always liked the simple Custom Shop grips of various colors. Not many, if any, grip and headcover combos. I always wanted to go grip-headcover-shaft band all in purple or orange. Not available. If you want a $50 metal shaft band, you can have one. Odd thing is that not all of the paintfill colors are available on the shaft bands. If you have an orange theme running through your putter, you'll not be able to select orange shaft band. ​It's insanely expensive. Take a look at the screen shot that I came up with from playing with the system. Total customization price: $492, and that doesn't include the original putter. I'm one of the last people to ****** about how expensive golf equipment is, especially custom putters, but FFS that's outlandish. You can send a putter to Putter Lounge or other refinishing folk for a fraction of that and all you'll miss are the Cameron Shop bands and such. Maybe I'm off base on this, but it's almost offensively expensive now. Thoughts? Anyway, feel free to check out the new system and let me know what you think. Am I way off in my assessment? Is there something that I have missed valuewise, or do you agree that the price boost seems over the top. Are the Custom Shop Only items enough to get your money? Do you think that the sun headcovers would be a hell of a lot better without the Camo? Seriously, why is 2017 Cameron's Camo year? I don't get it. This cover in various colors could have almost single handedly changed my attitude on the whole process. Anyway, what are your thoughts? Feel free to read the press release from Cameron below at your leisure. Custom Shop Creator on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZm3QCR5eRs FAIRHAVEN, Mass. (Oct. 11, 2017) – In keeping with the idea that the putter is the most personal club in a golfer's bag, Master Putter Maker Scotty Cameron today introduced his new Custom Shop Creator – a state-of-the-art online putter customizer accessible through ScottyCameron.com. The Custom Shop Creator (www.scottycameron.com/customshop​) allows golfers to virtually personalize their Scotty Cameron putters like never before, instantly bringing their ideas to life through realistic high-resolution image renderings. Golfers then send their putters to Scotty's Custom Shop, housed at the Putter Studio in Southern California, where their customizations become a reality. “I created the Custom Shop to give passionate players a way to preserve, personalize and protect their putters for life,” Cameron said. “The Custom Shop Creator really takes the creative process to another level. From your desktop or mobile device, you can easily experiment with custom stampings, sight lines, different weights and paintfill. You can change the finish from silver to black. It just gives you that feel of a Tour-like experience and creating a one-of-a-kind design.” All putter models since 2014, plus many of Scotty's most popular prior models, are available in the new customizer for photo-realistic customization. Owners of older putter models will be seamlessly linked to Scotty Cameron's Classic Form, where an additional 100 putter models may be customized. Since 2004, Scotty Cameron has offered personalization, customization, authentication and restoration services in the Custom Shop. From specialty grips, headcovers and authentic accessories to stamps, initials, engraved weights and full restoration of years old, game-worn Scotty Cameron putters, the Custom Shop has provided golfers with a resource to not only customize an already-purchased putter, but to also authenticate and refurbish these valuable clubs. The new Custom Shop Creator introduces several new features: • Realistic renderings display vibrant representations of custom stamps, initials, sight lines, weights, finishes and more – including accurate depictions of Scotty's translucent and opaque paintfill colors – all in real-time as a user moves through the application. • Responsive design adapts to mobile and desktop devices providing users the flexibility to enter a Custom Shop order from anywhere. • Seamless workflow presents customization choices in an improved sequence more aligned with the way a customer would logically move through the process. • Quick links to popular models allow users to easily search and choose from existing putter types to move immediately into the customization process. • Save customizations feature – provides users with the option to create their custom putter at their own pace, saving within the application to finish later. • New Custom Shop-only accessories – added to the Custom Shop include new stamps, as well as 12 new headcovers, shaft bands, 15 new paint-filled shaft rings and new grips. PRICE AND AVAILABILITY: Full putter restoration, including choice of silver or black finish, is $290. Authentication is $75. New paint is $72. Grips range from $15-$57. Headcovers range from $35-$124. Loft and lie adjustments are free. ON THE WEB: www.scottycameron.com/scottys-custom-shop • YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/ScottyCameron • INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ScottyCameron • TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/ScottyCameron
  4. Played my first round with my new Newport and I have to say the matador grip is no bueno for me. It gets so slippery it feels like I'm constantly wiping my hands because I'm scared the putter will slip during my stroke. Granted it is hot and humid here all year long, I wasn't having this issue with the Winn grips on my Evnroll or the Spider Tour. Do different weight grips have a large effect on putters? I know the matador is not counter-balanced, but will putting a grip like the Tour SNSR completely change the feel of the putter? Help a confused noob putter ho please!
  5. I look at the bags of people I play with and think, wow! I seriously need to sort my kit out! Don't get me wrong, I do like my irons (Mizuno MP30 3-PW), but I am sure that being so old and so well used, they are not helping my game much anymore. My bag is okay, but my trolley - OMG! - It's one of those old Titleist square tube fold-up jobbies haha! I have a mixture of wedges and these too are old (apart from my Callaway 56 degree) and my woods are also quite ancient when it comes to comparing against the adjustable modern drivers of the last few years or so! Driver sounds like a frying pan! I love the look and feel of the new Taylormade P-Series irons and Titleist have always been a firm favourite in terms of both look and feel. I've also hit a few shots on the range with the Mizuno MP4 - wow such a sexy looking set of sticks!! I'd love to just get myself fitted and start a new chapter in my golfing career, but fallen on hard times and although on an upward curve now, this is not likely to happen for some time. Would be nice to be a test subject, I reckon! #Taylormade #Titleist #Mizuno #Callaway #Ping - I'll Be Your Guinea Pig if you need normal people to test your clubs. I would blog and brag all day about your brand - I'm active in many groups and follow so many blogs, I have also just started to get a decent following on my FB Fan Page and building a group - https://www.facebook.com/SunsetSafarisGolf/#- https://www.facebook.com/groups/SunsetAfricanSafariandGolf/ I play off 8, have been as low as 3, so please pick me !
  6. Just curious who's gaming one. I recently purchased a 33" model and I absolutely love it. I didn't think I would (and didn't really want to), but it just works for me. I don't care or really have much need for a high MOI putter, but the extra weight at the back made this putter feel softer compared to the 5w or pretty much an other Scotty I've tried. What made you want to buy one?
  7. I'm selling a Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport, recently refinished by Continental Golf in Raleigh, NC. Paint fill is Tiffany blue and has a new Iomic blue/white grip and original headcover that is in good shape. Length is 34" and putter has 15 gram weights in heel and toe. I also have a Scotty Cameron weight tool that I'll include so that someone can take out the weights if they want. It is in almost perfect condition with the exception of a small dent in the heel side of the face. Continental golf buffed out all scratches but this one was too deep to remove without completely re-milling the face and losing a lot of weight. It is not in the center and will not affect contact with the ball. Asking $225 shipped. rcslade@hotmail.com
  8. Up for sale is a Scotty Cameron Newport M1 Mallet Used 3 rounds. Mint condition. Comes with head cover. $285 Trade Bait: Taylormade tour spider (dj model) Will ship next business after payment.
  9. Out for sale is a Scotty Cameron circle t tour X7M putter with black and Tiffany custom shop headcover. It's in a perfect condition. I'm asking $2000 shipped.
  10. Im a 20 y/o golfer from Sweden, working in one of biggest Golfstores in Europe. Always looking to renew the bag with better gear, this is the final WITB for the season, feeling great! Playing with Titleist Pro V1x balls, Peak Performance Golf Stand Bag. Driver: TaylorMade M1 460 9.5* (set 2 stage lower) with a Project X Hzrdus Yellow 6.5 (75g), 44.75" (Tipped 0.5") D5 SW, got 3 weights total, 1 in CG, 2 in slides. Its a boooooooooooooomb!!!! Fairwaywoods: Titleist 915Fd 13.5* set to B1 with a Oban Devotion 8, 05 Flex 42.20" (Tipped 1.5") D3 SW, I had the Tour Green 85X in for a test but my old devotion is still better. The new Cobra F6 King Baffler 16.5* with a Aldilda ATX Tour Green 85X 41.75" (Tipped 1") D3 SW, Heavy weight in the front. My swing is kind of deep so I think the rails will benifit my aggressive swing alot, havent tried it alot yet. Irons: Titleist 716 AP1/AP2 Combo. AP1 in the 3 Iron and 5-Pw is AP2. The 5 iron got 25.5* of loft, so my gap is 20, 25.5 then 30 in the 6 iron. I am playing the AP1 like driving irons for little bit more forgivness. Got the Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100, great shaft nothing more to add! Wedges: SM5 52/12* F Grind, bent to 51/11* regular X100 shaft, going to pull it out and install TI X100 next season. SM6 F Grind 56/14*, bent to 55.5* TI X100 shaft, TaylorMade TP ATV 58*, bent to 59.5* KBS HI-REV X shaft, works really well, need alot of bounce since I take big divots. All of them painted in the swedish colours. Putter: Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2, 33.75", installed 2x 25g SuperMan weights, custom painted it in Swedens colours. Also got the limited Sweden Super Stroke Grip.
  11. Hey guys, wanted to take a minute to introduce to y'all - STICKSWAP. My buddy and I created this golf club marketplace so people like you could easily buy & sell used clubs. Just like eBay, but just clubs. Also, we'll be spending money on advertising to make sure your clubs get seen, and ultimately sold. Check it out and let me know what you think. - www.stickswap.co Best, Mike
  12. Hi Guys, Tour2000 joined today, I'm a 1 handicap in Maryland. Played quite a bit of tournament golf (mostly for cash) but some amateur events. I've been working on new golf instruction material with my coach (out of Olney Golf Park - Brendan Horton) that we believe will help people with limited time improve their golf game. I'm gearing up to make a run at winning the MD State Amateur and Open next year - putting in serious work on improving flaws in my swing. Thanks for the great site. Tour2000 MUIRA CB57 NIPPON NS PRO 1150GH (Pured) Titleist 913 Driver Taylormade Rocketballs (2)(4) Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2.0
  13. I'm at work so I'll post pics this afternoon All R15's were used for maybe 5 or 6 rounds and a few range sessions. Great condition. R15 3W - Fujikura Speeder 67 Evolution Stiff - $110 shipped R15 - 3H - Fujikura Speeder 77 Evolution Stiff - $90 shipped R15 - 5H - Fujikura Speeder 77 Evolution Stiff - $90 shipped Scotty Cameron Circa 62' #2 W/ Super Stroke Slim 3.0 in near PERFECT condition - $125 shipped Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Newport Mid Slant - Could use a refinishing, but in good condition - $75 shipped Or make me an offer.
  14. Driver- Titleist 915D3, 7.75* w/ Diamana D+ Stiff, 44.5" (tipped 1/2") Fairway- Titleist 915Fd, 15* w/ Diamana D+ Stiff Hybrids- Titleist 913H, 21* w/ Diamana White Stiff Irons- Mizuno MP-64, 4-PW w/ DG S300 Wedges- Titleist Vokey SM5, 50* 54* & 58*, w/ DG S300 Putter- Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 w/ Matador STD/MID grip Ball- Titleist Pro V1x Bag- Titleist Lightweight Carry Glove- Titleist Perma-Soft
  15. What is Genuine Leather? We all see it everyday, a company claims that it only uses "genuine leather" in the manufacturing process of their goods. Of we notice the stamp on our leather goods that state that the item is genuine leather, top-grain leather, or full-grain leather. But what do these stampings actually mean? And is there that a difference between the quality of each leather type. Whether you're buying a golf club head covers, a scorecard holder, or belt, you should know exactly what to look for in your leather: FULL GRAIN LEATHER Considered the most durable, expensive and highest quality grade of real leather is Full Grain. Full Grain is the top layer of the hide, and the only layer to posses the grain appearance. TOP GRAIN LEATHER The second highest quality grade of leather is Top Grain. Top Grain has been split from the top layer of blemished hide, sanded and refinished. Sanding is a common process that tanners use to rid the hide of scars, scrapes and imperfections. GENUINE LEATHER The third highest quality grade is Genuine Leather. Genuine Leather is produced from the layers of hide that remain after the top is split off for the better grades. The surface is usually refinished to resemble a higher grade leather. BONDED LEATHER The fourth quality grade of leather is Bonded. Bonded is referred to as such because it is made from the dust and shavings of other hide layers. These remnants are then collected, glued and pressed together to form a single piece of hide. The hide is then sanded, refinished and often times painted to resemble a piece higher grade leather. But no matter what quality grade, you can be certain that any item made with real leather is made from the hide of an animal, and will produce a durable and long lasting item. Now it's no secret that OEM manufactures in the golf industry almost exclusively use synthetic leather for their golf clubs headcovers, and other "leather" items. The reason for this is purely economical. Synthetic leather is much less expensive than real leather. However, this results in sub-par quality items. SYNTHETIC LEATHER Synthetic Leather is an artificial (man-made) leather. While this leather type may appear to look and feel like real leather, synthetic leather is of much lower quality than real leather. However, it is often used as a substitute for real leather because it is less expensive: POLYURETHANE "PU" LEATHER Polyurethane Leather is made by coating a backing fabric such as cotton, polyester or shredded leather with a flexible polymer and then treating it to look more like animal hide. Polyurethane upholstery is the most realistic imitation of genuine leather, with respect to look and feel. VINYL LEATHER Vinyl upholstery is made from two separate synthetic materials. The fibers of the upholstery are constructed from strong polyester fibers. The fibers are then coated with vinyl, and then melted onto the surface of the fibers, sealing them closed and making a virtually waterproof surface that is still flexible and tough. CONCLUSION Regardless of what material quality is claimed by the manufacturer, or stamped on the item, we hope that this article has provided you with some facts that will make you a better informed consumer. Or, the very least, be better equipped for your next leather purchase. CLICK HERE to view the original article.
  16. Awesome giveaway here from GolfHQ.com Enter here: http://www.golfhq.com/scotty-cameron-rory-mcilroy-putter-giveaway
  17. Got this in the ol' InBox today... This if from proozy.com Have purchased many items from them in the past -- always very reliable. I tried the coupon code and it takes the selling price down to $399.00... http://proozy.com/collections/clubs
  18. So Titleist's corporate HQ are in MA. Has anyone ever gone there to get a putter fitting? I broke in to the 80's last year and my putting is still atrocious. I think if I get a putter and decide on a style (I've bounced from belly putter>fatso grip>left hand low>etc). Then once I decide on a technique, I can really start practicing that. Any info about this will be appreciated. Thanks!
  19. Hello People of MGS! I just bought a Scotty Cameron Studio Design 1 this afternoon for the greatest price of the century (which I will not share as I was sworn to secrecy by my friend who works at the golf shop). The reason why I received such a great deal on this putter was because it is a little beat up. The previous owner seems to have hit the ball off of the toe quite a lot, and it did not come with a head cover so it is a bit rusted. I will try and post pictures once my phone is working, but till then my description will have to do. The black finish on sole is wearing away, and little speckles of rust are replacing it. The back of the putter is fine, and the spin-milling on the face is still good but as I stated previously, the finish on the toe has faded away because the previous owner seems to have hit it off that side quite a bit. I looked up how much it would cost to refurbish and authenticate the putter throughscottycameron.com, but it came out to about $408.00 (S+H included) and I don't have that kind of money. So here are my questions: is there any way to get rid of the black finish and rust without destroying the spin milling on the face? I also wanted to customize the paint a little on the back, face, and sole so I figured paint stripper and a cue-tip was the best way to get rid of the stock paint, but what should I use to repaint? Thank you so much for reading, and any help is much appreciated. Cheers, Ryan
  20. Let me begin by saying I have an amazing fiance who supports my golf habit. Now to the good stuff. For our honeymoon we booked a trip to Bora Bora and have to do a layover in LA. As part of my honeymoon i have convinced her to spend two days in LA allowing me to book a fitting at the Scotty Cameron Gallery in Encinitas. It is a 2 hour fitting and that is all I know now. I hope to be able to do a write up on my experience for everyone here. I have had 4 putters in my life the first was with my junior set. The second was a STX. The third was the first club i ever purchased with my own money and it was a Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Newport 2 mill spec. My fourth is a Scotty Cameron California Monterey. I have read about everyones putter enthusiasm and obsession and hope that this trips adds to mine.
  21. Hello People of MGS! I just bought a Scotty Cameron Studio Design 1 this afternoon for the greatest price of the century (which I will not share as I was sworn to secrecy by my friend who works at the golf shop). The reason why I received such a great deal on this putter was because it is a little beat up. The previous owner seems to have hit the ball off of the toe quite a lot, and it did not come with a head cover so it is a bit rusted. I will try and post pictures once my phone is working, but till then my description will have to do. The black finish on sole is wearing away, and little speckles of rust are replacing it. The back of the putter is fine, and the spin-milling on the face is still good but as I stated previously, the finish on the toe has faded away because the previous owner seems to have hit it off that side quite a bit. I looked up how much it would cost to refurbish and authenticate the putter throughscottycameron.com, but it came out to about $408.00 (S+H included) and I don't have that kind of money. So here are my questions: is there any way to get rid of the black finish and rust without destroying the spin milling on the face? I also wanted to customize the paint a little on the back, face, and sole so I figured paint stripper and a cue-tip was the best way to get rid of the stock paint, but what should I use to repaint? Thank you so much for reading, and any help is much appreciated. Cheers, Ryan
  22. Greetings! I have been looking for information on this putter. It is a Newport 2 Long Neck, TEI3 Pro Platinum. It appears to be a generation 2 as the elastomer is visible around the insert. What's odd are the 2 lines around the TEI3 which were not on the generation 2. I have been looking for a putter like this for months and have not seen one like it. Look closely at the pictures and if you know about it or have a match please let me know. I have found an old blog that indicates it was manufactured during the transition from the generation 1 to generation 2. Scotty thought that the face looked busy and changed it up. I'm thinking that there are very few of these in existence but am trying to get as much info as possible. It has been sent to Scotty Cameron and they gave the putter an "A" rating which is authentic. Please help! Thanks!
  23. In this post, we wanted to give everyone an inside look into our handmade putter grip process. From start to finish it takes our professionally trained staff about 20-25 minutes to fully assemble each putter grip. 1. First, we begin by selecting which size grip underlist we are going to need for theorder. For this project we have chosen a midsize grip underlist. 2. Next, we select the leather pattern and color that we are going to use to make our grip. For this project we have selected a Brown Alligator leather. 3. We then cut our selected leather into the appropriate midsize pattern and punch holes along the edges to prepare for the hand stitching. 4. Next, we use a mild adhesive to secure the leather section into the proper position for the hand stitching process. 5. We then proceed to lace the leather piece together by hand using a brown stitch that matches the leather color. 6. Now that we have the hand stitching in place, we are ready to clean up the leather edges and any extra stitch by tucking the excess leather under the grip caps and trimming off any excess stitching. 7. At last, the grip is complete. It is then packaged and shipped out to the customer. The Ace of Clubs Golf Co., the exotic look without the exotic price. http://www.aceofclubsgolfco.com/blogs/news
  24. Let me try again! This is a Newport 2, Long Neck, TEI3, Pro Platinum. I think it is a generation 2 because of the elastomer showing around the insert. The thing is that it also has the 2 lines around the TEI3 on the face. The word is that when Scotty saw these putters coming off the line he thought the face looked to busy so he changed the design. The custom shop said that this was correct. The putter has been authenticated and given the "A" rating. I have been looking for one like this for a couple months and have never seen one. Can anybody help me out with info or photos of another one like it? Thanks! B2
  25. Prices include shipping and tracking USPS Priority! Shoot me some offers and we can work out a deal. Not really that interested in trades. Maybe an X flex driver I have 2 brand new, never hit Taylormade Tour Issue TP drivers R1 V2 drivers. Get what the tour players play! Slightly smaller head for more workability (440cc) and lighter head (both heads weigh 195 grams). One has a TP RIP Phenom 60 Stiff shaft and the other has a TP Matrix Ozik RUL 60 stiff shaft. I can sell them as is or just heads or however you want them! Sorry no HC or tools. Head only $250 each Head + RIP PHENOM $300 Head + Matrix RUL $380 I have an awesome Scotty Cameron Monterey putter in MINT condition with custom finish and paint fill, with a Super Stroke grip. Head has 2, 20 gram weights so you can really feel the head perfectly. Measures 33.5" and comes with original "Art of Putting" headcover $250 shipped Next up my current gamer- PING G20 9.5* with matching headcover - in great shape. The easiest, most forgiving driver I have ever hit. Nice penetrating flight and feels awesome. Has the PING Tour X flex shaft in it. Topline is perfect, crown perfect minus a single surface scrape (see pics), face has very little wear, and bottom also has little wear. Ferrule has a tiny bit of separation that has no affect Just want full disclosure. Has a patriot golf pride grip in great shape. $145 shipped Last up is a sweet COBRA Trusty Rusty Black finish 51* wedge. Awesome performance and versitle with the sole grind. Great and feel and great spin. Only played a few rounds with it and ZERO range time so grooves are like new, and NO dings. Just a touch finish wear and rust coming in. Grip and shaft (Black DG S200) are basically new. I also have the 55* and 61* which I love but i'm going to add a hybrid or 3 iron so getting rid of a wedge. $45 shipped OBO
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