Picked an older model Scotty!!!!

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By Chuck Z

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  1. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    While in Memphis this past week I was not able to play golf, but got up every morning and went to this great driving and practice range about 25 minutes from where we were staying. Practice, practice, practice. Was working on my irons hitting over a hundred balls a day. Accuracy was my main goal and timing. They had a monitor at each bay so I could check my progress regarding distance and accuracy, which were my two major concerns. Still off about a full club after surgery.

    Got to meet the owner of the range and the last day found an old Titleist putter that I was considering purchasing from someone who was playing there and was curious about he value. Was asking him when he brought out a Scotty Cameron 2001 Newport Two Pro Platinum which was in good condition and I made him a cash offer and he said sure. Checked the PGAvalueguide.com once I got home and had paid the trade in value for it. I had figured a fair price looking at it. Very happy with it. Tried it out and has a very nice feel for a putter that old. Thought of reselling it but may game it for a while. Guess my lucky day. Passed on the other Titleist putter.

  2. In my opinion the older 1997 to 2005 Scottys are the best...hold that putter, name that putter, even restore that putter...but never let it go!
  3. Paul C

    Paul C
    Beech Mountain, NC

    I have a collection of Scotty putters, most of which are older models. There are a few that seem to rotate in and out of my bag and it's hard to pick a favorite. The older model Squareback 2, Red X double bend, and a Red X 2 center shaft are still as good or better than any of the new models I have in the putter "closet".
  4. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    Can't go wrong Chuck.I have 4 models from 1997-2012.Two are prototypes.
  5. Please send a picture of your new find.....
  6. Eric H

    Eric H
    Ridgway, PA

    Yeah man we wanna see a pic!

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