Looking for a Titleist Putter ...?
... but what do you mean by a Titleist Putter? Do you mean a
Scotty Cameron Titleist or a Titleist Bullseye? Once you've decided that you
probably want to know what they feel like to use and how do they roll the ball?
Why are Scotty Cameron Putters often stamped as Titleists?
The reason for the confusion is that Titleist's parent company, Acushnet, bought
all rights to the Scotty Cameron name in 1994 and it is Titleist who now
officially sells Scotty Cameron putters. In 2011, Acushnet was in turn bought by
the Korean conglomerate Fila Korea Ltd.
on a Titleist putter...
Titleist all but stopped its production of "own brand"
non-Scotty-Cameron-labelled putters soon after this acquisition.
Click on the links below to find out which Titleist is the best with
www.Best-Putter.com's independent, hands-on reviews, you'll also find where to
buy them at the best prices!
Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Studio Select
The affordable Scotty Cameron.
Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5 Center Shaft
The classic shape, different hosel ... but same awesome feel.
Scotty Cameron Futura
Phil Mickelson toyed with the Futura, before heading back to a blade. The first of the truly futuristic putters, and probably about as attractive as they're ever going to be
Scotty Cameron Napa California
As you'd imagine from Scotty Cameron, this is a beautiful piece of equipment. Looks, roll, feel - it has it all ... and a price tag to match
Scotty Cameron Studio Select Kombi Mid
A big hulk of a putter - face balanced with a long aimline
Titleist Bullseye Flange
An extremely pretty putter. It was a favourite with some of the world's greats 50 years ago, but when compared with modern putters it's hellishly unforgiving
Did you know that Tiger Woods used a Titleist Scotty Cameron Putter (click for more info) to win the vast majority of his majors to date?
Not sure which
Titleist putter is right for you?
Click here for our guide to choosing the right putter for your stroke.
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