Titleist scotty cameron se­lect Put­ters

Blade style putting just got Bet­ter with these lat­est titleist put­ters.

Golf Vacations (Malaysia) - - Collection - By Jackie Teo

An­other ar­ti­san from the Titleist work­shop is Scotty Cameron. A name syn­ony­mous with the art of putting, this next gen­er­a­tion of Scotty Cameron Se­lect put­ters in­tro­duces a new four-way sole bal­anc­ing tech­nol­ogy en­gi­neered for per­for­mance at the elite level, main­tain­ing its pre­ci­sion milling and el­e­gant de­sign.

The 2018 Se­lect mod­els im­proved on the proven multi-ma­te­rial con­struc­tion method­ol­ogy of com­bin­ing face in­lays of ei­ther 303 stain­less steel or 6061 air­craft­grade alu­minium with stain­less steel bod­ies for bal­ance, weight dis­tri­bu­tion, sound and feel that is de­sired by a ma­jor­ity of golfers.

The new Scotty Cameron Se­lect line pro­poses seven mod­ern blade and mid-mal­let mod­els. Re­turn­ing are the time­less New­port and New­port 2 while the pop­u­lar Fast­back keeps its po­si­tion in the mid-mal­let of­fer­ings. An ad­di­tion to the al­ready star-stud­ded line up is the re­mod­elled Se­lect La­guna, a mod­ern take on a clas­sic de­sign.

To pre­serve vis­ual ap­peal, con­tours and sight cues were re­fined to en­hance align­ment is­sues. The re­search and de­vel­op­ment team fo­cused on thin­ning top-line ap­pear­ances by giv­ing each a slightly rounder ra­dius. Plumb­ing neck di­men­sions, edges and an­gles have been squared up for a cleaner look from ad­dress.

For au­dio­philes, the im­proved sound and feel are the re­sult of more vi­bra­tion damp­en­ing ma­te­rial con­nect­ing

face in­lays with put­ter bod­ies. The con­nect­ing screws are slightly larger to ac­count for the in­creased ma­te­rial and the sur­face com­pres­sion nec­es­sary to pro­duce the feed­back de­manded by the play­ers to aid in dis­tance con­trol and di­ag­nos­ing mishits.

A new ad­di­tion to the se­ries is the four-way bal­anced sole de­sign, which re­sults in bet­ter setup and align­ment dur­ing ad­dress. The bal­ance point of each put­ter’s sole has been shifted for­ward to ac­count for the weight of the shaft and grip dur­ing im­pact. This re­sults in a put­ter that sits per­fectly square at ad­dress for eas­ier align­ment on any lie.

The Se­lect New­port, New­port 2, New­port 2.5 and La­guna mod­els are mod­ern heel-and-toe weighted blades de­signed to sup­port arc putting strokes for player pre­ferred set­ups.

Each model fea­tures a sole-to-topline 303 stain­less steel in­lay that is pre­ci­sion mid-milled and hand-buffed for a metal­lic fin­ish, then bonded to the stain­less steel body us­ing up to 30 per­cent more vi­bra­tion damp­en­ing ma­te­rial than pre­vi­ous mod­els. This fu­sion of ma­te­ri­als pro­vides golfers with ul­tra-re­spon­sive feel and feed­back at im­pact.

The Se­lect New­port 3 is a heel-shafted mid-mal­let, based on the clas­sic New­port head shape, de­signed with a flow neck. Multi-ma­te­rial tech­nol­ogy fea­tur­ing lightweight 6061 alu­minium face in­lay is fused to the pre­ci­sion-milled 303 stain­less steel body that dis­trib­utes weight for higher MOI, which re­sults in more sta­ble putting strokes.

For mal­let users, the Se­lect Fast­back and Square­back com­bine the same 6061 alu­minium in­lays with Scotty’s wrap-around face-sole tech­nol­ogy. This con­struc­tion con­cen­trates weight on the perime­ter to pro­duce higher mo­ment of in­er­tia and sta­bil­ity for straight-back, straight­through putting style.

With Scotty Cameron, there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one.

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