April 20, 2018 at 05:56 PM
There are a couple older used Scotty Cameron Putters ranging from 4-8 years old for sale at my club. I was hoping to pick one up to complete the Titleist set for the coming season.
Is there anything that I should specifically look for when examining the used putters as far as playability?
ADeLuciaWinston Salem NC
John MAiken, SC
St Helena BoyWokingham, Berkshire, UK
April 21, 2018 at 08:26 PM
I’ve been buying and selling (mostly buying!) Scotty’s for years. The thing I always look for is overall condition, particularly looking at the shaft-head connection. You want to make sure there are no kinks or bends that would be evidence of an abused club.
As for the type, it is all about feel and appearance at address. If you have a straight stroke, look for a club with minimal toe hang (balance the club on your finger about 2-3” from the head and look at how the toe of the putter hangs). If you have an arced stroke, look for a putter with more toe hang.
mark tmakawao, HI
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