Scotty Cameron prototype putters - 2019

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  • NoRootsNoRoots ClubWRX  13WRX Points: 29Handicap: 8Posts: 13 ClubWRX
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    I’m thinking 6 or 7
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    Big Ben wrote:
    I’m ordering the X6 as my 50th bday present. I see nothing about these putters that saids “junk”. Quite the opposite, they are high quality milled versions of popular higher MOI designs. I’m intrigued with the low profile. For a large mallet they are very sleek. I will however agree something about the yellow he choose is off. I reserve my decision to change the paintfill until it’s on the course and I see the optics. Who knows, maybe it really pops and comes to life outside on the greens. Either way I get it the traditionalists are never going to approve. For my game high MOI has literally transformed my putting. BB
    At the end of your statement you put bb what does that mean bumblebee? I'm kidding lol
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  • Ngjg21Ngjg21 Members  949WRX Points: 114Handicap: +0.9Posts: 949 Golden Tee
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    Had a chance to demo these recently. I really liked them, which surprised me...it seems like they have a lower profile in terms of face height than past offerings, and they felt firmer than the last mallet release. I'd change the paintfill (not a fan of the jolt yellow) but otherwise was pleasantly surprised. The 8 and 5 stood out for me. Love that they went back to a traditional stock grip vs the matador as well.
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  • moegolfer11moegolfer11 steal your face right off your head Members  2185WRX Points: 125Handicap: +1Posts: 2,185 Platinum Tees
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    Ngjg21 wrote:
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    Had a chance to demo these recently. I really liked them, which surprised me...it seems like they have a lower profile in terms of face height than past offerings, and they felt firmer than the last mallet release. I'd change the paintfill (not a fan of the jolt yellow) but otherwise was pleasantly surprised. The 8 and 5 stood out for me. Love that they went back to a traditional stock grip vs the matador as well.<br />
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    Do they sole well? one of my biggest gripes with Scotty mallets.
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  • Ngjg21Ngjg21 Members  949WRX Points: 114Handicap: +0.9Posts: 949 Golden Tee
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    Ngjg21 wrote:
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    Had a chance to demo these recently. I really liked them, which surprised me...it seems like they have a lower profile in terms of face height than past offerings, and they felt firmer than the last mallet release. I'd change the paintfill (not a fan of the jolt yellow) but otherwise was pleasantly surprised. The 8 and 5 stood out for me. Love that they went back to a traditional stock grip vs the matador as well.<br />
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    Do they sole well? one of my biggest gripes with Scotty mallets.<br />
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    I agree...if I feel like I need to manipulate a putter at address bc it doesn't sit squarely it's a deal breaker. These felt great at address. In my brief time with the demos I didn't notice any of the models setting up open or closed.
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  • daleheaddalehead Members  1917WRX Points: 608Posts: 1,917 Platinum Tees
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    Keep in mind these are not retail products. They are prototypes for tour players to try. If they catch on with them you will see threads here from guys wanting to get their hands on one.
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  • Ngjg21Ngjg21 Members  949WRX Points: 114Handicap: +0.9Posts: 949 Golden Tee
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    I demoed retail models at my local golf galaxy. They had all models, but stated they were likely one of the only stores that had them. Assuming that is true, why it would be the case is anyone's guess.
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  • Rig14PortRig14Port Members  946WRX Points: 267Handicap: +18Posts: 946 Golden Tee
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    From an undisclosed source, Don "Scotty" Cameron himself is still gaming a welded flow neck X5. Still haven't figured out why something similar isn't at or coming to retail.
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    Rig14Port wrote:
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    From an undisclosed source, Don "Scotty" Cameron himself is still gaming a welded flow neck X5. Still haven't figured out why something similar isn't at or coming to retail.<br />
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    Isn't the .5 models supposed to resemble the flow neck? 5.5/7.5 etc..
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    Rig14Port wrote:
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    From an undisclosed source, Don "Scotty" Cameron himself is still gaming a welded flow neck X5. Still haven't figured out why something similar isn't at or coming to retail.<br />
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    Isn't the .5 models supposed to resemble the flow neck? 5.5/7.5 etc..
    Yes it is the cheap way to add toe hang, when everyone is asking for a flow neck X5/5W.
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  • moegolfer11moegolfer11 steal your face right off your head Members  2185WRX Points: 125Handicap: +1Posts: 2,185 Platinum Tees
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    dalton044 wrote:
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    Rig14Port wrote:
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    From an undisclosed source, Don "Scotty" Cameron himself is still gaming a welded flow neck X5. Still haven't figured out why something similar isn't at or coming to retail.<br />
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    Isn't the .5 models supposed to resemble the flow neck? 5.5/7.5 etc..
    Yes it is the cheap way to add toe hang, when everyone is asking for a flow neck X5/5W.<br />
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    I see you have a flow neck, 1. did it come out as expected? and 2. who did it? unless its a Circle T...I'd love to go that route.
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    Titleist 716 AP2 3 iron Accra 110i
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