Fortinet Championship

Silverado Resort and Spa North

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Scotty Cameron Special Select


Our Review:

After a few years of using a face inlay, this Cameron line has gone back to the drawing board. Or should we say, back to its roots, replacing the inlay with a single-piece milled construction. This change is meant to improve consistency and enhance feel across the face (input Cameron received from tour players wanting a more solid feel). The mid-bend shaft offers a face-balanced feel for strokes that like to work straight back and straight through. The traditional Newport models incorporate heavy tungsten heel and toe weights, and the wider squareback uses an aluminum soleplate with steel weights so that mass can be redistributed along the perimeter for better stability. This also allows for sleeker shaping and thinner toplines. Read more >>

Price: $400
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Player Comments
  • mid

    Great balance of firm and soft produces a sweet roll on all distances. Slim offset profile is sleek yet felt substantial.

  • low

    High-quality look. Quiet putter but good feedback on the misses. Nice pace and steady roll off the face.

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