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July 09, 2014

Scotty Cameron Putter Fitting Gallery Now Open to Public!

Posted at 10:18 AM by Michael Chwasky

 

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(Scotty Cameron in his new custom putter fitting gallery. Courtesy of Titleist)

For all of you who dreamed of one day having the opportunity to get a custom fitted Scotty Cameron putter just like the pros use every week on Tour, your wish has finally come true. Yup, the brand new Scotty Cameron Gallery, located in Encinitas in Southern California, is now open to the public. At The Gallery, which is Cameron's first public putter fitting studio in the U.S., anyone who makes an appointment (and pays $350) will get a two-hour fitting session with a Cameron-trained fitter and have the same experience that Tour players have when they go to the nearby private Cameron Putter Studio.That experience, which Cameron calls "The Art of Putting," includes the use of a proprietary high-speed video analysis system (with nine camera angles) and an explanation of exactly how your stroke effects the movement of the putter and the ball. After your session you can order a custom-made Cameron putter (for an additional fee) that's perfectly fitted to your stroke. 

The system we've developed is patented and it focuses on both the putter and the ball -- the ball is affected by the putter and the putter is affected by the player, so it's critical to see the entire picture. When someone comes in it's not a lesson but rather an attempt to get the player, putter, and ball to work together. To make this happen we answer all kinds of questions pertaining to putting - hand position, ball position, forward press, shaft angle, toe flow, loft, lie angle, grip size and shape, head weight, and a number of other critical aspects of set up, stroke, and putter design are analyzed. After a player understands how all these factors affect their putting they immediately develop a lot more confidence, which is one of the most important characteristics of a good putter. -Scotty Cameron

The Gallery is also a retail space where a wide variety of items, many of which are designed by Cameron himself, that will be available for purchase. These items include everything from luxury apparel and surfboards (shaped by Rob Machado), to wine and putting accessories. Also, Tour-used putters that sporadically come back from the Tour will be made available for purchase on a weekly basis. You can view more photos of The Gallery below.

To make an appointment for a putter fitting session go to www.scottycamerongallery.com or call the Scotty Cameron Gallery Concierge at (760) 230-6000. 

Gallery address: 927 S. Coast Highway 101, Suite E-100, Encinitas, CA, 92024

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(Photos: Courtesy of Titleist)

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May 06, 2014

Two New Scotty Cameron Dual Balance Putters

Posted at 11:30 AM by Michael Chwasky

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Two Tour-proven Scotty Cameron putter models are now available with Dual Balance (counterbalanced) technology, the Select Newport 2 ($399) and the GoLo 7 ($399). Aimed at helping players develop a more stable, consistent stroke, Dual Balance putters feature a 50-gram heavier head weight than standard Cameron models as well as a 50-gram heavier counterweight in the butt of the club. The goal of the design is to promote a stroke in which the butt of the club points at a small area of the player's midsection throughout the motion. 

“The purpose of anchoring a putter is to stop the butt end of the club from moving. Now that anchoring will be against the rules, we’ve determined the best way to help golfers regain that stability and control is through Dual Balance, by adding 50 grams to the shaft and balancing that with 50 grams in the head,” Cameron said. “It eliminates that tendency for many players to flip, push or lead the putter with their hands. Instead of stopping the butt end, we’re able to slow everything down. The counterweight in the shaft helps keep the butt stable and pointed at your belly. The additional head weight makes the putter slower and more lethargic without it feeling too heavy. If you only add shaft weight, you actually end up robbing head weight, which makes the head quicker. So you need to balance that out. We have found through our experiments that 50 grams in the shaft and head is ideal for weight, feel and performance. But you have to be careful to maintain the proper shaft flex. It took a lot of testing to make sure we got everything just right with these new models.”

Other features of Cameron Dual Balance putters include a longer length than standard (plus three inches) to further enhance stability during the stroke and a thicker and longer grip with colored guides to show players where to place their hands. Both Select Newport 2 and GoLo 7 Dual Balance putters have a durable Silver Mist finish and will be available at retail on May 30th. 

(Photo: Courtesy of Titleist)

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December 05, 2013

First Look: Scotty Cameron Futura X Dual Balance putter

Posted at 3:15 PM by Coleman McDowell

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The putter Adam Scott used to win the 2013 Masters has gained a little weight.

The Scotty Cameron Futura X Dual Balance mallet provides more stability through the stroke than the Futura X due to its counterbalance design.

"We’ve found, through our last 20 years of high speed video research with tour players, that the best putters in the world point the butt of their putter at their midsection throughout the putting stroke,” Scotty Cameron said. “From address, to the backstroke, at impact and through the forward stroke — the butt of the putter remains pointed to about the same 1- or 2-inch circle in their belly area."

It follows that a 50-gram weight is inserted in the butt of the putter shaft to assist in keeping it pointed at a player’s midsection throughout the stroke. Additionally, the clubhead is 50 grams heavier than the Futura X at 400 grams. The milled aluminum head features four stainless steel weights: two 20-gram weights on the rear balance bar and two 10-gram sole weights close to the face. The extra mass keeps players’ hands steady at takeaway, discourages quick hands during the stroke and boosts head stability through impact.

The standard length of the Dual Balance checks in at 38”, three inches longer than a standard putter. Adding three inches to the length allows for more counterbalance effect which leads to a higher MOI. A slightly thicker 15-inch grip comes standard with an outline of suggested hand-placement at 35 inches. Of course, the longer grip allows for multiple hand placement options. The Futura X Dual Balance is available now so you can pick one up in time for the weekend. Price: $399.

(Photo: Courtesy of Titleist)

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July 29, 2012

Winner's Bag: Scott Piercy at the RBC Canadian Open

Posted at 7:10 PM by David Dusek

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DRIVER:Titleist 910D2 (7.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 63X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD:TaylorMade Burner (13°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 63X shaft
HYBRID:Adams Idea Super XTD (17°) with a with a Mitsubishi Kuro Kage shaft
IRONS:Titleist 712 AP2 (4), 690MB (5-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
WEDGES:Titleist Vokey Design SM4 (49°, 53°, 57°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Select GoLo
BALL:Titleist Pro V1x

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(Photo by David Dusek)

 

July 19, 2012

My Bag: Adam Scott at the 2012 British Open

Posted at 8:39 AM by David Dusek

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DRIVER: Titleist 910D3 (9.5°) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 8 shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 910Fd (15°) with Fujikura Rombax P95 shaft
HYBRID: Titleist 910H (21°) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 105 Hybrid shaft
IRONS: Titleist 710 MB (3-9) with KBS Tour shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design (48°, 54°, 60°) with KBS Tour shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron Kombi long
BALL: Titleist Pro V1

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July 17, 2012

Scotty Cameron 2012 British Open putter headcover

Posted at 10:22 AM by David Dusek

Along with rain gloves, umbrellas, golf balls and other accessories, several Titleist staff players who use Scotty Cameron putters will also receive a commemorative putter headcover like these at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.

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June 28, 2012

My Bag: Nick Watney at 2012 AT&T National

Posted at 3:54 PM by David Dusek

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DRIVER: Titleist 910D3 (10.5°) with a Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 7.2 shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 910F (15°) with Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 93 shafts
HYBRID: Titleist 910H (21°) with  Mitsubishi Diamana Blue Board 93 shaft
IRONS: Titleist 712 AP2 (3-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts 
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design SM4 (54°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Newport prototype
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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(Photo by Kohjiro Kinno/SI)


June 24, 2012

Winner's Bag: Marc Leishman at the 2012 Travelers Championship

Posted at 9:07 PM by David Dusek


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DRIVER: Titleist 910D3 (7.5°) with a UST Mamiya AXIV Core 79 shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 910F (13.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana 'ilima shaft
IRONS: Mizuno MP Fli-Hi (2), Titleist Forged 712 AP2 (3-4), 712 MB (5-9) with True Temper Dynamic Golf Tour Issue shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (48°, 54°, 58°) with True Temper Dynamic Golf Tour Issue shafts
PUTTER: Scott Cameron for Titleist Newport 2 SLT T10
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

Photos: See pros' bags at Olympic

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(Photo by David Dusek)

June 17, 2012

Scotty Cameron 2012 U.S. Open putter headcover

Posted at 2:48 PM by David Dusek

If you've been watching the 2012 U.S. Open on TV, you may have spotted a few players with bright yellow headcovers on their putters. They are gifts from Scotty Cameron, Titleist's putter guru. Several staff players were given the commemorative headcovers at the start of the week. 

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April 30, 2012

Winner's Bag: Jason Dufner at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans

Posted at 8:11 AM by David Dusek

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DRIVER: Titleist 910D2 (9.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana 'ahina 60 X shaft
FAIRWAY WOODS: Titleist 910F (13.5°) with Mitsubishi I'ilima 80 X shaft, (18°) with Grafalloy Prolite shaft
HYBRID:  Titleist 910H (21°) with Project X Hybrid shaft
IRONS: Titleist AP2 712 (4-PW) with Project X 6.5 Flighted shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design SM4 (54°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Spinner shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron GSS Circa 62 No. 6 prototype
BALL: Titleist Pro V1

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(Photo by David Dusek)

February 19, 2012

Winner's Bag: Bill Haas at 2012 Northern Trust Open

Posted at 9:20 PM by David Dusek

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DRIVER: Titleist 910D2 (8.5°) with a Fujikura Speeder 757 shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 910F (13.5°) with a Fujikura Motore VC 8.1 shaft
IRONS: Titleist 712 CB (2); 710 CB (3-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Mill (54°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Studio Select Kombi (belly)
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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February 05, 2012

Winner's Bag: Kyle Stanley at 2012 Waste Management Phoenix Open

Posted at 7:49 PM by David Dusek

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DRIVER: Titleist 910D3 (8.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana Kaili 70X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist 910Fd (13.5°) with Mitsubishi Fubuki 83X shaft
HYBRID: Titleist 503i (19°) with a Project X 6.5 shaft
IRONS: Titleist 712MB (4-PW) with Project X 6.5 shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (52°, 56°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Timeless (GSS) prototype
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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(Photo by Allan Henry/US PRESSWIRE)

 

January 24, 2012

Rickie Fowler talks about his switch to Cobra GOLF.com

Posted at 7:43 PM by David Dusek

SAN DIEGO — Rickie Fowler was at Torrey Pines Golf Course on Tuesday to help EA Sports promote the March release of the Tiger Woods PGA Tour '13 video game. Fowler joins Tiger on the game's box this year.

After he was done answering questions about the game, I had a chance to chat with Rickie about his recent equipment changes. Just a day before, Cobra Golf announced that Fowler had officially become a member of the company's tour staff, released several photos of the 23-year-old with his new Cobra gear and showcased a 30-second commercial featuring Fowler hitting a new Cobra AMP driver and crushing oranges.

Fowler has been wearing Puma footwear and apparel for a while, so in March 2010, when Acushnet sold Cobra Golf to Puma, some people, including myself, wondered if Fowler might leave Titleist and strike a deal with Cobra and become a "head to toe" player for a single company.

Fowler sent me, and a few others, the following tweet, in response:

But Fowler's contract with Titleist ended at the end of 2011. While he will still be playing Titleist's Pro V1 X golf ball, a Scotty Cameron putter and Vokey wedges (at least in the foreseeable future), plus an Adams hybrid, the rest of Fowler's gear is all Cobra now. Click here to see a gallery of Fowler's equipment.

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"I really started working on things during the last few weeks of December," he told me. "I think they did a very good job preparing themselves and getting everything ready for testing. They did a very good job with the irons getting them similar and comparable to the ones I was playing before [Titleist 712 MB] so there really wasn't a big transition there. They felt the same, flew the same ... so it was basically like putting a new set of what I already had in the bag."

Fowler says that he hits his new irons about the same distance he hit his Titleists, maybe just a touch farther. "Some of the guys back home at Medalist [Fowler's home course in Hobe Sound, Fla.] were complaining about some of the spots where I was hitting it, but I wouldn't say it was anything mind blowing." 

Fowler says replacing his Titleist 910D3 driver was a little more challenging, but he's comfortable with his new AMP driver.

"Obviously they tried to put together something that was as close to the specs as before," he said. "The shaft, weight, the swing weight ... everything like that. It just took a few drivers to get the right setup with the loft and everything, and I've actually been hitting it really well, so hopefully this week I'll be able to pump a few out there."

Below is a complete list of the clubs currently in Fowler's bag at Torrey Pines and you can click here to see a gallery of Fowler's gear:

DRIVER: Cobra AMP (8.5°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana White Board 73X shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: Cobra AMP (13°) with a Mitsubishi Diamana 'Ahina 80X shaft
HYBRID: Adams Idea Pro Black (20°) with a Matrix OZIK HM2 Hybrid shaft
IRONS: Cobra AMP Pro Prototype Blades (4-9) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
WEDGE: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (48°, 50°, 55°, 59°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Blackout prototype
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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January 15, 2012

Winner's Bag: Johnson Wagner at 2012 Sony Open in Hawaii

Posted at 11:25 PM by David Dusek

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DRIVER: TaylorMade R11S (8°) with an Aldila RIP NV 65 shaft
FAIRWAY WOOD: TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 (13.5°) with an Aldila NV 75 shaft
HYBRID: Adams Idea Pro a12 Proto G (18°) with a Graphite Design Tour AD UT 85 shaft
IRONS: Titleist 712CB (3-9) with Nippon NS Pro shafts
WEDGES: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (48°, 54°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts
PUTTER: Scotty Cameron for Titleist Mid Slant prototype
BALL: Titleist Pro V1x

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(Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

October 24, 2011

Scotty Cameron revamps his California putter line

Posted at 9:47 PM by David Dusek

The Scotty Cameron California putters first appeared on the practice green at the 2009 PGA Championship at Hazeltine. Their classically shaped heads were far from radical, but they did came with a unique gold finish that Cameron called, "Honey Dipped."

In the latest generation of Cameron's California putter family, that finish has been washed away and replaced with a more conventional, non-reflective chrome look called, "Sea Mist."

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A second noticeable difference in the new model can be seen in the face. The original California putters had a smooth face, but the new California line features deeper milling that produces a noticeably lower and deeper sound at impact. Cameron says that the deeper milling has no effect on the ball and doesn't make it roll any differently.

Scotty Cameron California line has five different models:

• Monterey: A classic heel-toe weighted blade with an plumber's neck and one sight line. (above)

• Monterey 1.5: An identical head to the Monterey, but featuring a smaller, curved neck.

• Del Mar: A heel-shafted mid-mallet with a slightly enlarged toe section and one sight line.

• Fastback: A beefy blade that is slightly shorter from heel to toe and comes with a rounded back flange and three sight lines.

• Sonoma: A compact, D-shaded mid-mallet that features a round neck that curves directly into the head.

Like the Studio Design putters, the California putters now feature three red dots (which “Cameron crazies” refer to as Cherry Bombs) on the back. Each putter is milled from a block of 303 stainless steel and available in 33-, 34- and 35-inch versions. To ensure that the head weight is optimized to the putter's length, weight screws are affixed into the sole of each club at the factory. Golfers cannot adjust the weights, but they can order heavier versions of some models.

Shape eyes will also notice that Cameron has decided to build the California putters using a step-less shaft and positioned the shaft band in a position so it is hidden from view in the address position. These adjustments were made to reduce visual distraction and let your eyes naturally focus on the ball.

The black pistol-style grip was inspired by handle of a hammer that Cameron picked up at a hardware store. Not only is it larger than the pencil-thin Cameron grips of old, the budging area at the top naturally engages the pinky and ring finger of your top hand, encouraging your wrist to stay firm throughout your stroke.

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All of this style doesn't come cheap. Look for Scotty Cameron California putters to retail for $375 in pro shops starting in November. To help you get over the sticker shock, remind yourself that you'll be using a putter made by the same guy who creates flatsticks for Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Nick Watney and lots of other PGA Tour stars.

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