Scotty Cameron "TOUR CAMERON" Putter

Looking at Scotty's Instagram, I came across the attached picture (assuming it's Justin Thomas'). Does anyone know if Scotty stamped his tour putters with "TOUR CAMERON" for only certain players, and/or how old these putters with this stamp is?



Thanks for the input!

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  • leftygolfer15leftygolfer15 Members Posts: 1,276 ✭✭
    Probably J.T. Poston. Definitely not Justin Thomas. That’s an early 2000’s head roughly IIRC.
  • Bdmac79Bdmac79 Posts: 896 ✭✭
    Yup - late 90s or early 2000s head.
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  • scuba_steve31216scuba_steve31216 Members Posts: 2
    Thanks for the input guys. Are those heads, with that stamping, more valuable/collectable than the newer Circle T's?
  • iteachgolfiteachgolf Members Posts: 16,590 ✭✭


    Thanks for the input guys. Are those heads, with that stamping, more valuable/collectable than the newer Circle T's?




    Less
  • blairdblaird Members Posts: 2,151 ✭✭
    I would say less valuable as well. I remember seeing these sell for around $1K...if you look at it though it does have the CT on the toe and and what appears to be a stamped Newport II that the weight is now covering. I actually like these more so than the new ones bc of the simplicity.
  • tuckmantuckman Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭
    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.
  • iteachgolfiteachgolf Members Posts: 16,590 ✭✭
    tuckman wrote:


    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.




    In my experience not a chance. I couldn’t sell one for $650 with tungsten weights in the sole in excellent condition. Was listed for 5 months. Even had Pittards leather grip on it.
  • tuckmantuckman Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭
    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:


    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.




    In my experience not a chance. I couldn’t sell one for $650 with tungsten weights in the sole in excellent condition. Was listed for 5 months. Even had Pittards leather grip on it.




    There is zero chance you had a blank sole tour newport like pictured above and couldn't get $650. Zero chance.
  • iteachgolfiteachgolf Members Posts: 16,590 ✭✭
    edited Mar 14, 2019 3:50pm #10
    tuckman wrote:

    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:


    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.




    In my experience not a chance. I couldn’t sell one for $650 with tungsten weights in the sole in excellent condition. Was listed for 5 months. Even had Pittards leather grip on it.




    There is zero chance you had a blank sole tour newport like pictured above and couldn't get $650. Zero chance.




    That’s not a blank sole. And yes almost identical to above with a sight dot, but was midslant. Why would I lie? It eventually sold for more than $650 a year later but was available at $650 for 5 months with no takers. Also had trisole handstamped NP2 below with blank sole in carbon steel that went for less than $1,000.



    xm5MpIK.jpg





    Other putter was virtually identical except had weights in sole to make it 340g and engraved instead of hand stamped.
  • tuckmantuckman Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭
    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:

    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:


    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.




    In my experience not a chance. I couldn't sell one for $650 with tungsten weights in the sole in excellent condition. Was listed for 5 months. Even had Pittards leather grip on it.




    There is zero chance you had a blank sole tour newport like pictured above and couldn't get $650. Zero chance.




    That's not a blank sole. And yes almost identical to above with a sight dot, but was midslant. Why would I lie? It eventually sold for more than $650 a year later but was available at $650 for 5 months with no takers. Also had trisole handstamped NP2 below with blank sole in carbon steel that went for less than $1,000.



    xm5MpIK.jpg





    Other putter was virtually identical except had weights in sole to make it 340g and engraved instead of hand stamped.




    Most cameron guys would call that a blank sole. The pictured midslant went for market value in my opinion. Mid slants just don't bring the money that a newport and newport 2 would. Similar to how you can't give away a 320 gram mil spec, but a 350g will bring great money.



    Granted that is nothing more than my opinion.
  • iteachgolfiteachgolf Members Posts: 16,590 ✭✭
    tuckman wrote:

    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:

    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:


    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.




    In my experience not a chance. I couldn't sell one for $650 with tungsten weights in the sole in excellent condition. Was listed for 5 months. Even had Pittards leather grip on it.




    There is zero chance you had a blank sole tour newport like pictured above and couldn't get $650. Zero chance.




    That's not a blank sole. And yes almost identical to above with a sight dot, but was midslant. Why would I lie? It eventually sold for more than $650 a year later but was available at $650 for 5 months with no takers. Also had trisole handstamped NP2 below with blank sole in carbon steel that went for less than $1,000.



    xm5MpIK.jpg





    Other putter was virtually identical except had weights in sole to make it 340g and engraved instead of hand stamped.




    Most cameron guys would call that a blank sole. The pictured midslant went for market value in my opinion. Mid slants just don't bring the money that a newport and newport 2 would. Similar to how you can't give away a 320 gram mil spec, but a 350g will bring great money.



    Granted that is nothing more than my opinion.




    Your nuts if you think a plumbers neck would make it go from under $1,000 to being worth around $3,000
  • BNGLBNGL Members Posts: 1,557 ✭✭
    iteachgolf wrote:
    tuckman wrote:

    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:


    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.




    In my experience not a chance. I couldn’t sell one for $650 with tungsten weights in the sole in excellent condition. Was listed for 5 months. Even had Pittards leather grip on it.




    There is zero chance you had a blank sole tour newport like pictured above and couldn't get $650. Zero chance.




    That’s not a blank sole. And yes almost identical to above with a sight dot, but was midslant. Why would I lie? It eventually sold for more than $650 a year later but was available at $650 for 5 months with no takers. Also had trisole handstamped NP2 below with blank sole in carbon steel that went for less than $1,000.



    xm5MpIK.jpg





    Other putter was virtually identical except had weights in sole to make it 340g and engraved instead of hand stamped.




    You clearly don’t know what you’re talking about. First you say a tour player would still be good without a caddie and now you say you couldn’t sell a tour putter for 650?!? How dare you sir share your false experience and totally wrong knowledge



    Hopefully the sarcasm comes across because it’s being laid on pretty thick.



    That’s a sweet looking putter you had though. I’d have bought for 650 in a heartbeat



  • tuckmantuckman Members Posts: 1,096 ✭✭
    I never said 3k.



    The putter in the original post would sale for 1500-2000 all day long on ebay (none tour player initials will hurt the value significantly), which is just shy of a timeless if you are patient and find a decent deal.
  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,007 ✭✭
    edited Mar 14, 2019 5:23pm #15
    iteachgolf wrote:

    tuckman wrote:


    Less than the 009/timeless era, but those tungsten weights add considerable value in my opinion. I think this putter is worth just shy of a timeless.




    In my experience not a chance. I couldn’t sell one for $650 with tungsten weights in the sole in excellent condition. Was listed for 5 months. Even had Pittards leather grip on it.




    Wish the **** id have seen it. Lol. It wouldn’t have lasted 5 min.



    This one is odd in that it has tungsten added later and I’d bet a refinish to oilcan. Not too many Newport 2 oil cans. Fred funk played a long neck one that was oil can. A guy here owns it and I want it. Lol. He won’t selll.



    Ps. How about pming me next time you want to unload one. Lol
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