Scotty Cameron is still unsurpassed

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As far as gorgeous-looking blades go, you won’t find better


There is nothing that speaks quality and class quite like a Scotty Cameron blade.

For years, these short sticks have fed the imagination and caught the eye of countless avid golfers, and the Studio Select family’s Laguna 2 will be no different.

The classic head shape is bound to find favour with traditionalists, featuring Scotty’s signature design concepts, like the high toe and a sole that sets-up perfectly square at address.

In fact, such is the look, with smooth topline and rolled edges, that it will strike a chord of familiarity with its predecessors, despite being completely new. It will also appeal to those looking for the very latest in putter technology.

There are adjustable weights in the heel and toe, allowing you to establish the weighting bias of your choice, depending on your stroke.

There are a further eight putters in the Studio Select series, not to mention the various other Scotty Cameron models which make up the Studio Select Kombi and California lines.

• Sitting higher than the heel, the shape of the toe will help anyone with a tendency of aiming the putter left.

• You can alter the way your putter face rotates during the stroke, thanks to adjustable weights in the heel and toe.

RRP: £250

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