Here's the Best-Putter.com guide to collectible putters. It is, admittedly, a work in progress and probably always will be. However, whenever we find more resources about rare or valuable putters, we'll post them here.
If you're interested in hickory-shafted or antique putters, click here to read our interview with antique club expert Gavin Bottrell of Timewarp golf.
Otherwise, click here for the following brands:
Collectible Scotty Cameron Putters
from some very rare antique putters, collectible Scotty Cameron putters consistently achieve the highest prices
in the collectible putter market.
They are the most desirable mass market putter and Scotty Cameron himself has
released a steady stream of "limited edition" putters which regularly change
hands for in excess of $1000, some much more.
Valuing these putters is a very inexact science and even though ebay is the
best place to find them, ebay also has the reputation of having excessively
high asking prices for rare putters, so tread cautiously if buying there.
Here are the current listing in ebay for "collectible Scotty Cameron putters":
... on a Collectible Scotty Cameron putter
Top prices are paid
for putters which are in mint condition including the headcover and ideally in
all their original packaging.
For examples of prices and commentaries on what
constitutes a top-notch Scotty Cameron,
click here for an excellent article on Golf Digest's website
Collectible Putters from Ping
Ping Putters have won
thousands of pro tournaments worldwide since the first one was put on sale in 1959.
But how do you know whether you've got a gem tucked away in your garage, or just another run of the mill putter?
Here are two resources to help you...
To start with, here are the current listings on ebay for "collectible Ping
Putters" on ebay. Compare your putter with those listed here (click the search button for a full listing) to see if you're in the right ball park:
... on a Collectible Ping putter
Next, we suggest using the guide below to give you a good introduction and show you whether you're onto a winner when you find a dusty old Ping in the bargain barrel at your local store:
(click here to download)
It was put together by a Ping Putter aficionado who goes by the name of "Lumpy", and was posted on the putter discussion site: PutterTalk.com. There is a wealth of knowledge contained in the book about the early Ping models from the Ping 1A to the early Ansers.
Most of the models are identified by photograph and stamp wording, which will allow you to know whether yours is one of the valuable early models.
Click on the image below to download the book.
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