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Scotty’s new fine milled range includes 12 models in a Black Mist finish

Scotty Cameron fine milled putters have been trusted by the world’s best players since 1997, and that trend is set to continue with the release of the Cameron Select line for 2012.

This range is the culmination of Cameron’s Putter Studio research, combined with experience of creating the highest quality flat sticks in the game.

The new family includes five modern blade models (Newport, Newport 1.5, Newport 2, Notchback, Newport 2.6), two mallets (GoLo, GoLo S), three mid lengths (Newport 2 Mid, GoLo Mid, GoLo S Mid), and two long options (Big Sur, Big Sur S, pictured right).

Each features a deep milled face that contributes to their softer feel and sound. As is expected from Scotty Cameron designs, they also cut a dash with elegantly refined shapes. Their black appearance comes as the result of a tour-validated Black Mist finish.

“My ultimate goal when designing and building a putter is to provide the golfer pure putting confidence,” said Scotty Cameron.

“Whether it is for the best players in the world or golfers who aspire to play their best, the performance and preference options available in the new Cameron Select line are my deepest yet.

“These putters have all been tour-validated, developed and refined through product and player research conducted at our state-of-the-art Cameron Putter Studio and on practice greens around the world.”

A choice of model and set-up options allow golfers to choose a Cameron Select putter with the appearance they prefer, the length and weight they need, and a neck configuration that provides the proper amount of toe flow during the stroke.

Learn more about the Cameron Select Line in bunkered issue 115 (out May 10).

RRP: £278


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Bryce Ritchie is the Editor of bunkered and, in addition to leading on content and strategy, oversees all aspects of the brand. The first full-time journalist employed by bunkered, he joined the company in 2001 and has been editor since 2009. A member of Balfron Golfing Society, he currently plays off nine and once got a lesson from Justin Thomas’ dad.

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