This post was most recently updated on January 24th, 2022
Among the golf world there is a large consensus that Titleist Scotty Cameron putters are the best of the best.
The Scotty Cameron line has been available for Titleist since 1994 and the putters are designed by legendary club maker Don T. “Scotty” Cameron. Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth are just a few out of many professionals who use Scotty Cameron Putters. This article will highlight the Best Scotty Cameron Putters available on the market.
Best Scotty Cameron Putters
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Why Is Scotty Cameron Designs Considered High Quality?
Scotty Cameron Putters are considered to be such high quality because they are designed with such precision and detail. They have been used by professionals for over 25 years. The putters are customizable.
Golfers are recorded when putting and Scotty Cameron designs a putter right for their stroke and style. The soft trailing edge on his putters are one of the many reasons so many people enjoy them. Cameron says the soft edge “helps to lessen the tension many players encounter when putting.”
Who Makes Them?
Don T. “Scotty” Cameron is the founder of Scotty Cameron putters. Cameron started working on putters at the age of six with his father. By 12, he had created his owner putter using machinery from a friend’s dad. Mark O’ Meara was one of Cameron’s first notable professional client to use his putter when Cameron was only 22.
A year later Cameron was hired by Ray Cook to design putters and was later hired by Mizuno. In 1994, 129 golfers on the PGA Tour used a Scotty Cameron putter at least one time. That same year, Cameron formed a partnership with Titleist.
Name Some Major Winners Who Use Them
Many of the world’s greatest golfers use Scotty Cameron Putters. Among those golfers, quite a few have won majors including Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, Gary Woodland, and Jordan Spieth.
Spotting a Fake Scotty Cameron Putter
When trying to identify a fake use the acronym: F.M.C.G. It stands for finish, material, craftsmanship and grip.
Finish: Look to see what the finish is supposed to look like on Scotty Cameron’s website and compare it to the item on sale.
Material: Counterfeiters use cheap metals such as zinc or aluminum rather than stainless steel. If you stick a magnet to the putter and it won’t stay on you know it’s fake.
Craftsmanship: On fakes the edges will be ultra-sharp and have wrong fonts on the texts as well as the weights could look a little loose or out of place.
Grip: A lot of fake Scotty Cameron putters will have replica grips that smell like burnt plastic.
Spotting A Fake Scotty Cameron
Are They Suitable For Beginners?
Scotty Cameron putters are suitable for golfers of all kinds of levels from novices to experts. That being said, a beginner who isn’t sure if they want to play golf for a long time probably shouldn’t purchase a Scotty Cameron due to the high price.
Are Scotty Cameron Putters Worth It?
With their mostly hefty price tag depending on the year and model, the only people who can truly determine if they are worth it are golfers themselves.
If you’re thinking about buying a Scotty Cameron, head to the golf store and putt from different lengths with the Scotty Cameron comparing the results to your current putter and other putters on sale.
Another thing you can do is work with your local club pro and get fitted for a putter. It’s important to get a customized putter for your game because certain golfers have different tendencies that might require a different loft, angle, weight or length.
Our editor’s choice for the best Scotty Cameron putter is the Scotty Cameron Newport 2. It is made from multi-material technology that features a 303 stainless steel face.
It contains stainless steel body contours that provide 30% more vibration to help golfers get a better feel of control. This also provides an appealing sound when the ball comes off the face at impact.
The Newport 2 has a four-way balanced sole that manages the weight of the grip and shaft.
The blade-style putter features a straight black line to help line up putts as well as three red dots behind the face that also helps when stepping behind the putter for a second alignment. This makes it a lot easier to hit straight putts.
The club is available in 33, 34 and 35 inches. It comes with a stock 11-inch midsize Matador grip for improved feel when gripped. The stock lie is 3.5 degrees and the stock loft is 70 degrees.
Golfers can customize the loft and lie by increasing or decreasing them by one degree (loft) and two degrees (lie).
The putter is bright silver with three red dots. When purchased, the Newport 2 comes with a Scotty Cameron head cover.
The Scotty Cameron Select Laguna showcases a state-of-the-art multi-material construction that puts both 303 stainless steel or 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum with a stainless steel body.
The Laguna is a modern heel-to-toe weighted blade putter. The putter was created to be used with players who employ a “flowing” putting stroke.
Regarding the Laguna, Cameron said “Tour players pick up on things most people don’t but those details can make a big difference in how a putter performs. We’ve re-engineered the sole to account for the shaft and grip weight by actually moving metal in minute increments to help the putter align perfectly.”
Cameron added four-way sole balancing from the putter’s face to its cavity. This helps the putter sit square on the ground at address making it easier to line up and aim putts.
Another improvement made to this putter was Cameron adding 30% more vibration dampening material. This helps the sound and feel of the club. He listened to feedback from many professionals when creating the Laguna.
The putter includes a head cover when bought and is available in 33, 34 and 35 inches.
The Futura 6M putter is one of the many Scotty Cameron putters used by major winners. The mallet-style putter combines moment of inertia concepts from the previous model, the Futura X. Some of these concepts include the weights positioned in the back.
Cameron created the Futura 6M with a soft feel with the aluminum face-sole that wraps around the body.
The 6M is also very forgiving thanks to its face allowing off-center strokes to still come off with desirable results.
Like the other Scotty Cameron models, the 6M Futura has a vibration dampening system. The system connects the mid-milled face to the stainless steel frame resulting in a soft and telling feel.
The 6M comes with heel-and-toe weighting that has removable weights that coincide with the length of the shaft making sure the balance is there during use.
The putter has two straight lines behind the face to help golfers line up their putts in a straight line. There is also a standard line directly on top of the face. It also has three red dots for alignment similar to the Newport 2. These dots help when getting behind the putter while aiming at the cup.
The putter comes in a sleek black, silver, white and red design. It is available in 33-35 inches and comes with a Matador midsize grip.
The Select 2018 putter has features of the Newport 2 including the low-slung, sit on the ground features while also including the moment of inertia 6061 aircraft aluminum face and sole technology. It also has the famous Scotty Cameron vibration-dampening system.
The modern looking putter has sole-to-topline inlays that helps the ball come off the face nicely at impact. It also features heel-and-toe weighting technology that aids with balance and matches the length of the shaft.
Cameron refined the shapes of the Select putter models and added a slightly rounder radius. The neck dimensions, angles and edges on the head were squared by Cameron to create a better look upon alignment.
The putter differentiates from other Scotty Camerons due to its flowing single bend style neck. The other difference is it’s near minimum toe flow.
The putter is available from 33-35 inches, comes with a midsize grip and is similar in appearance to the Newport 2 and Laguna with its blade style. The finish is bright silver stainless steel and has three dots and a straight black line for alignment.
The Titleist Scotty Cameron Caliente is an older model that is over 24 years old. It is available for much cheaper than the other four models in this list therefore it’s our best budget option.
It is a smaller mallet-style putter that is forged from soft aluminum and has a double-bend steel shaft.
The Caliente features a removable brass sole plate with customizable weighting at the bottom of the head.
When purchased the club comes with a pistol-style grip. The head of the club is silver and features three straight lines for help when lining up putts.
Concluding Thoughts On The Best Scotty Cameron Putter
It’s hard to go wrong with any Scotty Cameron putter. The precision and high quality build makes them superior to many putters available to the public. That’s why they are used by the greatest golfers on the planet. After reviewing the different models our editor’s choice for the best Scotty Cameron putter is the Newport 2. With its Matador midsize grip and 303 stainless steel finish, the model is elite.
The Editorial Staff at Golfible is a team of golfing geeks and enthusiasts led by founder Alec Rose. All have the same obsession with golf tech, equipment updates and avoiding rain on the course.