Studio Select - Taller Face

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has anyone else noticed this? i was just wondering why cameron designed them this way since it moves away from the standard anser spec that has been out there forever.



having said that, i love the design b/c i have the tendency to contact putts much closer to the top line with the normal design. this gives me much better feel.



just curious if anyone knew any more specifics on this.



thanks
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  • MG 1977MG 1977 Members  1649WRX Points: 62Posts: 1,649 Platinum Tees
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    Can't say I've noticed it to tell you the truth but the're all 10g heavier than older models so maybe they had to be a little taller to get the extra weight in?
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  • MchSt805MchSt805 Members  2101WRX Points: 0Posts: 2,101
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    MG 1977 wrote on Oct 3 2008, 03:17 PM:
    Can't say I've noticed it to tell you the truth but the're all 10g heavier than older models so maybe they had to be a little taller to get the extra weight in?


    The extra weight is all from the interchangeable sole weights. The face is a little higher on the toe side to aid in correct setup...aka, people have a tendency to think they're lined up flat but really the toe is in the air higher. With a higher toe of the Studio Selects, it looks normal to you, but the club is actually sitting square on the ground.
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  • 50jay50jay J Lambert IG: @teammorebirdies Members  607WRX Points: 95Handicap: 2Posts: 607 Golden Tee
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    Exactly^^



    there is an explanation on Scotty's website:



    http://www.scottycameron.com/putters/putterfamily.aspx?id=27



    hope it helps



    Jay
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