Would appreciate help pricing these Scottys

armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
A friend of mine is interested in learning the value of these Scottys. I told him I would ask the experts on this site. He may be interested in selling them in the near future.

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  • armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    The pictures keep turning out weird. Grrrr.
  • swgolf12swgolf12 Members Posts: 873 ✭✭
    Older tour putters with initials, granted they're desirable models, I'd imagine low end you're going to be looking somewhere $1000-$1200 and high end $1800-$2200 if you can document the putters were made for a decent player or actually used on the tour.
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  • armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    Wow! That's great news. I think he will probably put them up for sale in that case. I will ask about documentation. Thanks!
  • AKHx03AKHx03 Posts: 222
    Your “friend”...hmmm sounds sketchy. Just kidding, nice putters.



    Tell him their only worth $200 but offer him $300. 😜
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  • mbrown1833mbrown1833 Members Posts: 444 ClubWRX
    screaming yellow tour cover: 75-100

    pro-plat tour cover: 75

    tei3 with aftermarket sound slot and initials: 125-150

    tour newport looks to have an aftermarket finish, but legit tour initials: 1000
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  • armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    Thanks again for all of the feedback. He gave me the go ahead to go ahead and post them for sale. I just want to pass them along to people who would appreciate them and help him out as well. I really need to learn why pics from my phone go haywire when I post them on this site so that I can do the putters justice.
  • jsanatxjsanatx God Bless Texas Members Posts: 1,974 ✭✭
    Lots of aftermarker work, beach slot, finish and intitals. Cameron purists will either not touch them or will offer no where near what these would fetch if they were original.

    Can;t get a COA on these and the values mentioned above >$1,000 is very optimistic.
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  • armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    Thanks for the feedback.
  • *T**T* Members Posts: 146
    jsanatx wrote:


    Lots of aftermarker work, beach slot, finish and intitals. Cameron purists will either not touch them or will offer no where near what these would fetch if they were original.

    Can;t get a COA on these and the values mentioned above >$1,000 is very optimistic.




    This is all correct. I will also say that the Circle T covers look like they may not be authentic. I can’t say for sure but I do have significant exposure to Tour Putters and covers. If anyone else can weigh in on these, let me know what you Think.
    *T*
  • armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    Thanks again for the feedback. I am no expert so that's why I am asking for your opinions. What makes you guys confident that the finish and slot are after market? I honestly don't know about these things, but I would like to learn. My neighbor (the owner of the putters) has a massive collection from the 80s and 90s which he accumulated from when he had affiliation with many PGA players (according to him.) He knows I play golf a lot and invited me to look at some of his old golf stuff. It's crazy. I asked him if he ever considered selling any of it (he doesn't play anymore) he said he would if the price was right on some of the ones that he had no attachment to. That's what started this. He's not in a hurry to sell them ( he doesn't need the money.) I just think its a good opportunity for him and me to learn about these putters and maybe put some in the hands of folks who would appreciate them. I'm not a Scotty fan so I'm not going crazy over these, but I know there a lot of people passionate about them. He knows the putters are nice but he has no idea about the market for them anymore than I do.
  • armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    *T* wrote:

    jsanatx wrote:


    Lots of aftermarker work, beach slot, finish and intitals. Cameron purists will either not touch them or will offer no where near what these would fetch if they were original.

    Can;t get a COA on these and the values mentioned above >$1,000 is very optimistic.




    This is all correct. I will also say that the Circle T covers look like they may not be authentic. I can't say for sure but I do have significant exposure to Tour Putters and covers. If anyone else can weigh in on these, let me know what you Think.




    So what is it about the head covers that seem fake to you?
  • jwhite86jwhite86 ClubWRX Posts: 428 ClubWRX
    armydiver wrote:

    *T* wrote:

    jsanatx wrote:


    Lots of aftermarker work, beach slot, finish and intitals. Cameron purists will either not touch them or will offer no where near what these would fetch if they were original.

    Can;t get a COA on these and the values mentioned above >$1,000 is very optimistic.




    This is all correct. I will also say that the Circle T covers look like they may not be authentic. I can't say for sure but I do have significant exposure to Tour Putters and covers. If anyone else can weigh in on these, let me know what you Think.




    So what is it about the head covers that seem fake to you?




    The Circle T looks wonky on both covers
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  • armydiverarmydiver Members Posts: 748 ✭✭
    jwhite86 wrote:

    armydiver wrote:

    *T* wrote:

    jsanatx wrote:


    Lots of aftermarker work, beach slot, finish and intitals. Cameron purists will either not touch them or will offer no where near what these would fetch if they were original.

    Can;t get a COA on these and the values mentioned above >$1,000 is very optimistic.




    This is all correct. I will also say that the Circle T covers look like they may not be authentic. I can't say for sure but I do have significant exposure to Tour Putters and covers. If anyone else can weigh in on these, let me know what you Think.




    So what is it about the head covers that seem fake to you?




    The Circle T looks wonky on both covers




    Are they not consistent with other covers from that time frame? Is the stitching different? I'm not trying to be argumentative, I would very much like to learn. "Wonky" based on what? Thanks in advance for your response;
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