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    A putter is a very personal club that being said if they look good and feel good and you stroke it well then its with the money I personally own a few and they are worth every penny I have invested but I am glad that I have a few because I have not found one New version Scotty with an insert on the face that I can get along with lol


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    Going to echo the sentiment of many of the other here and say it’s really down to personal perferance. Rolls some putts with a Scotty and see what you think. Try to find a comparable putter from a different brand and try them back to back and see which one you like. I have a Scotty and love it but I know guys who they don’t jive with so go with what works the best.

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    There must be at least 80 members at my club that game Scotty Camerons. I'm unlikely to ever game one because the average Cameron owner at my club looks the part with all the best equipment but very, very few of them are better than a 15 handicap and many of them shoot over 100 regularly. They dress well and drive expensive cars but can't play very well. All hat and no cattle. The great putters at my club that aren't gaming an old Ping are normally using an Odyssey, TM, Edel, or Toulon. I think this is more a California thing because when I'm playing in Minnesota I don't see nearly as many Scotty Camerons and often when I do its in the hands of a really good golfer.
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    I bought my Cameron 10 years ago for $299. In that time the only other putter I gamed was a Cure I got at THP event. In terms of money spent on golf. It is easily the best money I have ever spent on a club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -CRW- View Post
    From a technical perspective, they aren’t magic putters. You are just as likely to putt as good or better with a much cheaper putter. But, if you putt well with one and like it then it could be worth it to you.

    I’ve been very happy with my $100 Cleveland putter.
    Agree 1000%. Brand and cost is subjective. I play with a guy who has a $3500 SC 009 and can't get below 40 putts per round, but he looks cool doing so.

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    If it puts the ball in the hole for you more often than other putters, it is worth the investment. If not, I say it isn't.
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