4 March 2013 By Adssy
5 March 2013 at 4:06am
Difficult to tell via a few pictures. I have sent the images to a colleague in the US, but the best thing to do is to speak to your pro, ask them to contact our returns department and request a collection of the putter to be authenticated here in St Ives.
6 March 2013 at 7:34am
It looks like a retail Oil Can with yellow dots added to look like the Tour dots sometimes seen on Tour Camerons, such as this one: http://www.scottycameron.co.uk/authentication/registrysearch.asp?registry=A016270
Putter looks genuine enough, but the dot is rather questionable.
7 March 2013 at 12:29pm
Surely there will be a serial number on the shaft or hosal that can be checked on a production data base? i know all my Titleist clubs have serial numbers on?.
7 March 2013 at 5:07pm
I believed that older style camerons didn't have any serial numbers, only recent putters such as the 2013 select line?
8 March 2013 at 8:48am
it looks real
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?
Yesterday at 6:14pm
#thankyou @titleistgolf_ #golfswagg #prov1#pinkisthenewblack#tistheseason⛳️
2 days ago
Taking the stage this weekend, the #1ballingolf. Play well, #TeamTitleist.
The new toys. Wow did the 58 do its job today!! #titleist #sm6 #vokey #vokeywedges
.#TeamTitleist went inside the ropes @BMWPGA. Check out what goes on behind the scenes: https://t.co/hjDfAz1EX6 https://t.co/ufCIB86117
Voke conducting a @pgaofamerica golf professional education session in the D.C. area. #WedgeSelection https://t.co/md82AwhNDs
Fantastic session at #titleist #TitleistThursdays dialled in my 917 d2 #teamtitleist https://t.co/aJnv6GkTyb