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Rare Scotty Cameron Design Detour Newport 2.5 RH 35" $225.00


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Bought new in 2008 used only a few times keep it because i like the look but found the stroke pattern is not for me, I play a straight back and through stroke. See pictures in near mint condition used on the course exactly twice then over the years pulled out to use indoors to see if all the money I spent i could make it work for after ten years decided now is time to let it go. All original headcover, shaft with serial number and grip. 

RH , 35" , 4 Degree Loft, 71 Degree Lie Angle SN: 1371759 (on shaft)

From Web Site: 

Scotty Cameron fused his innovative Detour technology with the conventional design of the Newport line to create the Newport 2.5 Detour. This putter employs the same look and feel as the Newport 2 Detour, but was designed with a flowing Santa Fe style neck. Each putter extends the Detour theory into conventional putter design by promoting the arc-shaped putting path.

Scotty gave the topline a 2-degree high toe to make it more pleasing to the eye at the address position. The putt1740997167_IMG_10641.JPG.18a38741dd460502c87af5d208b5bf09.JPGIMG_1068.JPG.a7fc1217fe7b952d1b8823bfb4e59ff5.JPGIMG_1069.JPG.9a22332ecf2550d95506c01c9694bebe.JPGIMG_1067.JPG.b0f483c94eb4679c8854fb920810bf81.JPGer’s curved profile with its extended orange sightline, which is straight for the first inch and curves thereafter, shows the player the proper path. A removable stainless steel backweight allows a single putter head to work with varying shaft lengths based on player preference. The stainless backweight also triangulates balance for high MOI weight distribution and an increased sweet spot area that accounts for off-center putts. A vibration-dampening elastomer cushion surrounds the aluminum face for extremely soft feel and sound. The stepless shaft offers a clean look at address, as well as positive feel and feedback. This putter line comes with an orange Studio Design grip matched to an orange shaft band and an orange headcover.

 

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Mizuno MP-58 Custom KBS Tour Shafts Shaft Aligned Winn Grips

Mizuno ST200 9.5 Set to 10

Volkey Wedges

Callaway Tour Blue TT1 (First Putter bought when started playing in 2007, Purchased 5 putters since but always come back to this one)

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On 11/21/2020 at 2:35 AM, NDEX said:

Bought new in 2008 used only a few times keep it because i like the look but found the stroke pattern is not for me, I play a straight back and through stroke. See pictures in near mint condition used on the course exactly twice then over the years pulled out to use indoors to see if all the money I spent i could make it work for after ten years decided now is time to let it go. All original headcover, shaft with serial number and grip. 

RH , 35" , 4 Degree Loft, 71 Degree Lie Angle SN: 1371759 (on shaft)

From Web Site: 

Scotty Cameron fused his innovative Detour technology with the conventional design of the Newport line to create the Newport 2.5 Detour. This putter employs the same look and feel as the Newport 2 Detour, but was designed with a flowing Santa Fe style neck. Each putter extends the Detour theory into conventional putter design by promoting the arc-shaped putting path.

Scotty gave the topline a 2-degree high toe to make it more pleasing to the eye at the address position. The putt1740997167_IMG_10641.JPG.18a38741dd460502c87af5d208b5bf09.JPGIMG_1068.JPG.a7fc1217fe7b952d1b8823bfb4e59ff5.JPGIMG_1069.JPG.9a22332ecf2550d95506c01c9694bebe.JPGIMG_1067.JPG.b0f483c94eb4679c8854fb920810bf81.JPGer’s curved profile with its extended orange sightline, which is straight for the first inch and curves thereafter, shows the player the proper path. A removable stainless steel backweight allows a single putter head to work with varying shaft lengths based on player preference. The stainless backweight also triangulates balance for high MOI weight distribution and an increased sweet spot area that accounts for off-center putts. A vibration-dampening elastomer cushion surrounds the aluminum face for extremely soft feel and sound. The stepless shaft offers a clean look at address, as well as positive feel and feedback. This putter line comes with an orange Studio Design grip matched to an orange shaft band and an orange headcover.

 

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I have this same putter but in 34”, but I can’t part with it. NDEX’s is in even better condition than mine. I replaced the Scotty orange grip with a Super Stroke after it wore out. It’s a great putter for fast greens. I got mine in San Diego in 2007.

My current gamer is a Scotty Special Select Squareback 2 35”  MGS convinced me try it and it’s great in all conditions.

 

:titelist-small:  TSi 3 9.0  Raw White 65 Stiff

:titelist-small:  917 F2 16.5 3W Diamana 60  Reg

:titelist-small: 818 H1 21 Hybrid Tensei Blue 70HY Reg 

:titelist-small:  4-PW 716 AP2 - DG 300 AMT Reg

:taylormade-small:  52 - 09 Tour Preferred EF  - KBS Tour Wedge 

Haywood   56 / 60 - KBS Tour Wedge

:titelist-small:  Scotty Special Select - Squareback 2

 :srixon-small: Z-Star 

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