Titleist Scotty Cameron California Series
When it comes to putters, there are really just two names you need to know — Karsten Solheim and Scotty Cameron. Seattle native Solheim essentially invented the modern putter in 1960 with his legendary PING Anser, while Cameron took flaststick engineering to the next level over the last 25 years as a designer first for Mizuno, and now for Titleist.
In 2011, Cameron put four new putters into the hands of the PGA Tour pros who swear by his designs, each named for one of his favorite California towns — Coronado, Monterey, Sonoma and Del Mar. Each of the putters are milled from 303 stainless steel and boast weighted heads (which can be adjusted in a local golf shop to your precise specifications) and high toe profiles to promote better alignment and a smoother stroke.
Marketers note the putters’ “honey-dipped” finish, which resembles a golden California sunset, but we’re more impressed with the sound than the look — two clicks, one when the putter gently taps the ball, and another when it settles snugly in the cup.
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