Scotty Cameron Select:  A Putter For Any & Every Player

8 Scotty Cameron Models, insures every player get the model perfect for their game.

A Custom Putter For Every Player

The Choice: Which Scott Cameron Are You?

Every player is different.  Your Putter should be custom to you.  From how it looks, to how it feels and even to how it sounds.  The Scotty Cameron line gives you that customization and much more.   I offer comprehensive putter fittings to help determine which Scotty Cameron putter works for you and your game.

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The Scotty Cameron Line Up

Futura

SELECT NEWPORT 3 KEY TECHNOLOGIES & PLAYER BENEFITS

  • The heel-shafted mid-mallet, based on the classic Newport head shape, is designed with a flow neck (with ¾” offset) for players that need maximum toe flow in their stroke.Multi-material technology – featuring a precision milled, lightweight 6061 aircraft grade aluminum face inlay fused to the precision-milled 303 stainless steel body – distributes weight for higher MOI performance. This multi-material design combines with Scotty’s tour-proven heel-and-toe sole weighting technology to increase stability and forgivenessthroughout the stroke.

 

  • Vibration dampening system – connects the mid-milled face-sole component to the stainless steel frame of each model, and produces soft but responsive feel and feedback.

 

  • Heel-and-toe weighting – removable weights are perfectly matched to shaft length, ensuring consistent balance, feel and forgiveness at any length.
    Matador Midsize Grip – provides player preferred softness and comfort without sacrificing feel or feedback.

 

  • Modern Aesthetics — Select putters come with a raw stainless steel finish called Silver Mist, which involves a unique glass bead blast for a radiant, yet glare resistant, appearance. Additionally, the Tour-inspired graphics blend the familiar three bright red translucent “cherry bombs” with engraved typography that represents this modern, high-tech line.

Newport

FUTURA KEY TECHNOLOGIES & PLAYER BENEFITS

  • Multi-material technology allows for larger putter heads and distribution of weight back and to the perimeter for enhanced High-MOI performance (resistance to twisting during the stroke). These high-MOI designs combine with Scotty’s tour-proven heel-and-toe sole weighting technology to increase stability and forgiveness.
  • Vibration dampening system – connects the mid-milled face-sole component to the stainless steel frame of each model, and produces soft but responsive feel and feedback. Enhanced alignment options – including milled topline sight lines, dual-purpose alignment (5W, 5S, 6M, 7M), new pop-through visual cues, rail alignment features and bright lines framing the sweet spot – provide added confidence at address
  • Heel-and-toe weighting – removable weights are perfectly matched to shaft length, ensuring consistent balance, feel and forgiveness at any length.
    Matador Midsize Grip – provides player preferred softness and comfort without sacrificing feel or feedback.

MODEL-SPECIFIC DETAILS

  1. Futura 5CB and Futura 5MB are elegant, rounded mid-mallets that blend Scotty’s decades long design aesthetic that a putter “should melt into the ground” with multi-material face-sole technology.
  2. Classic meets modern with the Futura 5CB, a rounded “cavity back” with face-sole technology, a pop-through black anodized 6061 aircraft aluminum flange plate and single milled sight line on the topline.
  3. Futura 5MB features a “muscle back” design with face-sole technology, a refined, rounded 303 stainless steel back flange and a single milled sight line.
  4. Futura 5W and Futura 5S build upon the popular aspects of the prior generation Futura X5 and Futura X7M models, respectively.
  5. The Futura 5W (“W” for “wing”) is a modern wingback mallet with a full wrap-around multi-material face-sole. Enhanced dual-purpose alignment features frame the ball and align to the sweet spot with white flange lines placed parallel to each wing.

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