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Scotty Cameron Introduces New 2019 Teryllium T22 Putters

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Press Release from Titleist

FAIRHAVEN, Mass. (July 8, 2019) – Twenty-two years after the emergence of his original Teryllium-inserted, major-winning TeI3 designs, Scotty Cameron has reimagined and announced the limited release of three new putter models built under the “T22” moniker. 

Available in golf shops beginning Aug. 16, the Teryllium T22 Newport and Teryllium T22 Newport 2 offer modernized versions of the TeI3 models first introduced in 1997, while the Teryllium T22 Fastback 1.5 becomes the first Fastback 1.5 designed with a Teryllium insert. 

Precision milled in the United States from 303 stainless steel, and given a tactical matte black finish that brings out Scotty’s unmistakable “domino pattern” in the back cavity, the new T22 putters are designed to the modern specifications demanded by today’s dedicated golfers. An updated Teryllium inlay construction with an improved elastomer vibration dampening membrane combines with Scotty’s removable sole weight technology and increased head weight to catapult the entire T22 line into the future: 

 Teryllium T22 Newport: First brought to prominence as the putter design trusted to victory at the 1997 Masters, Scotty’s new Teryllium T22 Newport pays homage to the overall look, feel and setup of its original design, but with numerous upgrades and improvements – including a stainless steel construction, flat topline, adjustable sole weight, lightly-milled Teryllium insert and new durable tactical matte black finish. 

 Teryllium T22 Newport 2: Incorporating decades of design refinements, Scotty built the Teryllium T22 Newport 2 in the spirit of the early models – with the soft feel of his Teryllium alloy inlay, but with the modern shape and sole balancing precision of a modern Newport 2 Tour model milled from 303 stainless steel with interchangeable sole weights and a flatter topline. 

 Teryllium T22 Fastback 1.5: The new Teryllium T22 Fastback 1.5 incorporates a Tour-preferred mini-slant neck, improved four-way sole balancing for a square setup and a thinner topline similar to the Select line’s Fastback model, while maintaining the visual aesthetics of early Teryllium putters – with its familiar black, white and gold color scheme and “domino pattern” in the putter’s back cavity. 

QUOTING SCOTTY CAMERON 
“There’s nothing quite like the feel of Teryllium," Cameron said. "It’s the number one material request I get from players. And, as we’ve seen multiple majors won over the past few seasons with a Teryllium-inserted putter, it’s a great time to celebrate this legendary design.   

“T22 gave us the opportunity to take everything we’ve learned over the past two decades and refine the entire look, feel and performance. Like a modern day muscle car, everything looks original at first glance, but each component is brand new. Better milling. Better materials. Better construction. They’re made to game.” 

MULTI-MATERIAL CONSTRUCTION 
Each Teryllium T22 model extends Scotty Cameron’s proven construction methodology of incorporating complementary materials to achieve desired performance characteristics and feel. With a precision milled Teryllium insert expertly designed into the 303 stainless steel putter head, Scotty’s early execution of this concept has been improved upon using modern milling and manufacturing techniques, while preserving the incomparable feel of Teryllium. 

WEIGHTING & ACCESSORIES 
Each Teryllium T22 putter features advanced stability weighting with two customizable stainless steel heel-toe sole weights, stepless steel shafts and a custom Limited Release Teryllium headcover and shaft band.   

A new black Pistolini Plus grip with copper paintfill was designed especially for the T22 release and features a thicker, less tapered low hand. 

AESTHETICS 
Inspired by the early Teryllium models, the new Teryllium T22 putters feature a tactical matte black finish with a unique bead blast for a radiant yet glare resistant appearance, with metallic gold and white paintfill. The familiar back cavity “domino pattern” is produced by the white vibration dampening elastomer membrane used in the assembly of the Teryllium alloy face inlay. 

AVAILABILITY 
Limited Release Teryllium T22 putters will be available worldwide on Aug. 16, 2019, at Titleist authorized golf shops. MAP $599. 

ON THE WEB 
www.scottycameron.com 

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I’ll probably be getting one.

 

 

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Wish I could afford one. Been wanting a Teryllium putter for a long time and these really suit my eye. Oh well... 😞 

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Wow, I'm the first to say I'm not a fan of Scotty's but these are reeeaaaalllllly nice looking. 

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they look the exact same as the originals............which you can still find on ebay and other sources.

I see it's a limited release, wonder why if Terrilium putters are the number 1 request SC gets from players. Maybe the price will ensure lower volume sales

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21 minutes ago, perseveringgolfer said:

they look the exact same as the originals............which you can still find on ebay and other sources.

I see it's a limited release, wonder why if Terrilium putters are the number 1 request SC gets from players. Maybe the price will ensure lower volume sales

To drive up demand and increase the asking price I assume...

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That Fastback is calling my name. Man those look great!

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2 hours ago, perseveringgolfer said:

they look the exact same as the originals............which you can still find on ebay and other sources.

I see it's a limited release, wonder why if Terrilium putters are the number 1 request SC gets from players. Maybe the price will ensure lower volume sales

They are different than the original. They now have a mulled insert, weights, improved dampening and 303 steel plus they changed the black paint to be less shiny and better lasting.

as a limited releases it’s something Scotty does a lot of especially with older models. 

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I had Sante Fe Teryllium with a Dancing Crown Headcover that a "friend" borrowed and never returned. That was one sweet setup! These look really great too - interesting to see these again.


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I look just about every week on eBay at the Tel3 putters. I really want a Santa Fe or a Newport 1.5, although I’ve never seen the 1.5. However, I don’t want one at the prices they have them. I certainly don’t want one at this price.

 

 

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I had Sante Fe Teryllium with a Dancing Crown Headcover that a "friend" borrowed and never returned. That was one sweet setup! These look really great too - interesting to see these again.


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Nice friend. If I be come your friend will you lend me clubs that I don’t have to give back?



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11 minutes ago, MarkCPA said:

Absolutely gorgeous, but not available in 33".   

There are one 33” but they are like a unicorn. Most of the ones I’ve seen were ordered at 33” but unfortunately for most places they were allotted a certain number of each at 34 and 35 and couldn’t order specific length.

the secondary market for the 33” is pretty high right now and not really selling or coming down much

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I bought both the Newport and Newport 2 in 34” lengths. I had intentions on putting a ysc in and the grip I like. Needless to say after a 28 putt round I’m not touching the Newport 2.

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I just picked up the Newport II this weekend.  I love the feel of this putter and I can't wait to play with it again! 

 

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