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  1. It seems like these putters have a slightly wider blade than your standard scotty Newport two. Am I making this up, or is it true?
  2. I love those steelfiber shafts. Now... do I buy these for my next set of irons
  3. I’d recommend a 80g or 90g grip for a 370g head.
  4. theres nothing wrong with replacing the grip. Just keep in mind, if you like the swing weight (the feel and heavy ness of the putter head) you should replace it with a similar weighted grip. If you were to buy a grip that’s much heavier, it will make the head feel light and mess with the swing weight. Make sense?
  5. Norcal offers a ton of different finishes including PVDs. I’ve had many putters done by them, and always very happy with the result.
  6. Tei3 & Evnroll are gone... but the studio style (with blue GSS insert) is available again! offers?
  7. I’d say any mint studio style putter with origibal grip, shaft band and headcover (tool is an extra bonus), you’d be in the $350 range. Because they are obviously 15ish years old, they are hard to find in like new, or mint condition. the 1st of 500 is cool, but don’t think it adds much value.
  8. The studio style and studio select are SOLD! any offers on the others?
  9. Hello gents, Please feel free to ask for more individual pics. Not looking for any trades at the moment. I can shorten/extend the shaft length on any of these putters. Lots of different grip options as well. starting from left to right: #1: Scottty Cameron Tei3 newport 35” with original finish, full cord grip, shaft band and headcover. Price $SOLD#2: Scotty Cameron Studio Select Refinished by NorCal And has jackpot Johny stamp on face (near toe). Can offer custom length and have multiple grip options. Price $SOLD#3: Scotty Cameron Red X 35”/330 grams Refinished by Norcal. Comes with
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