Real Scottsdale vs. SC 009

Classic 59Classic 59 Posts: 104 ✭✭
Which putter do you think is the best investment and most collectable?

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  • SubaruWRXSubaruWRX Members Posts: 3,280 ✭✭
    Golf clubs are investments?
    “I think getting advice from guys who are sitting at the computer in their underwear while taking a break from **** is a very solid way to choose clubs.” - bluedot
  • SkhackerSkhacker The Minimalist Golfer Members Posts: 1,466 ✭✭
    Depends what kind of collector you are. They don't make Scottsdales anymore, but SC puts out new 009's all the time.
  • Pwood28Pwood28 Members Posts: 343 ✭✭
    Neither is a good investment. That said, if you hoping to buy a putter that will not lose value, the better collectible is the Scottsdale. There is a limited supply in decent condition and they will never be avail in their original form again. Scotty's are great, but they roll out a new batch of 009s every week with no end in sight.



    Like any collectible, it's all about the price you buy it for. If you in patient with either of these and snatch up the first thing you see, you'll probably lose money. If you study the market and patiently wait until you know what a good deal looks like you can do alright with either.
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  • Classic 59Classic 59 Posts: 104 ✭✭
    Pwood28 wrote:


    Neither is a good investment. That said, if you hoping to buy a putter that will not lose value, the better collectible is the Scottsdale. There is a limited supply in decent condition and they will never be avail in their original form again. Scotty's are great, but they roll out a new batch of 009s every week with no end in sight.



    Like any collectible, it's all about the price you buy it for. If you in patient with either of these and snatch up the first thing you see, you'll probably lose money. If you study the market and patiently wait until you know what a good deal looks like you can do alright with either.




    Great Feedback. Notice you have a Byron Morgan in your profile pic. The DH89 is a great putter too. I am leaning toward an original Scottsdale.



    Thanks!
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