It’s easy to say that you’re the best, but how do you prove it? Scotty has achieved this by getting the world’s best golfer to play their putters. This statistic is backed up with Scotty Cameron being the most played putter on the PGA Tour since 1997.Achieving a Total of 30 Major wins and with over 1,000+ worldwide professional wins, with 75 worldwide wins coming in 2015. It’s clear why so many of the world’s top golfers trust and use Scotty Cameron. This list of top players include, current world number one and two time major winner Jordan Speith, former masters winner Adam Scott, European Ryder cup ace Ian Poulter as well as other major winners such as Geoff Ogilvy and Jason Dufner.
Working closely for decades with the world's best golfers, Scotty Cameron has designed a fleet of putters which have the key design, craftsmanship and performance characteristics for players to take their games to the next level for all levels of golfer. The putters available range from the modern blade head to the modern mallet head and the dual balance range. Each model has different characteristics in terms of feel of the face, head shapes, weighting in the head, various alignment aids and different necks.
Which Scotty Cameron putter is the right one to suit your game? In years gone by golfers were often told "just go with what feels good" and to some aspect that's right you should go with what feels and looks good, but then all Scotty Cameron putters look and feel good. Which means that you can know get to the important factor of which Scotty Cameron suits my game best. Scotty Cameron appreciate that all golfers are different and no two strokes are the same, with this in mind Scotty Cameron's Toe Flow technology will help you get the best putter for your stroke. From the minimum toe flow style which is more suited to the player that makes a square back, square through putting stroke to the maximum toe flow which is more suited to the player with a more in to square to in path
All Scotty Cameron putters are fitted with the Select weight in the toe and heel which is used to make sure that the player has the optimum balance and feel when making their stroke. The weight selected is based on the length of the putter although this can be altered to a heavier or lighter weight depending on the players preference.