About the Current Offer
Scotty Cameron putters belong to two lines: Special Select and Phantom X.
The Scotty Cameron putters that belong to the Special Select line offer sleek and classic shapes that tour-players prefer. Their main feature is the customizable sole weighting ( stainless steel for the mid-mallets and tungsten for the blades) that adds to the feel, and each is made from solid stainless steel.
Design-wise, the Phantom X putter line has been the most advanced, boasting high-tech, compact Mallet-style putters with emphasized sharp, alignment angles. These are next level, precision-milled putters that provide optimal weight distribution for maximum feel and forgiveness.
With multiple shafts bends options and solid putter face technology, you can easily customize your putter to match your style.
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What’s the purpose of the different length shafts in all Scotty Cameron putters?
The difference in the length of the shaft directly influences the variability of the sole weight, so that swing weight consistency is ensured.
If you choose a 35-inch shaft, it implies that there are 10g weight in the head, the 34-inch shaft has 15g weight in the head, and the 33-inch shaft needs 20g head weight.
What performance should I expect from the different hosel styles?
The three hosel styles that determine the “toe flow” are commonly known as face/head balance. The Low-Bend is supposed to deliver the most toe hang. However, I don’t think that it will have a tremendous impact on your game.
The Mid-Bend will appeal to those who prefer a neutral face-balanced putter, while the Straight creates just a slight toe hang.