Scotty Cameron
Introducing the

2018 Select

putter line

In shops March 30, 2018



Better than Ever

The next generation of Scotty Cameron Select putters continues the evolution of a line engineered for performance, milled to precision and designed with elegance.

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“Putters and cars have more in common than you’d think. Some of my inspiration comes from the days I spent with my father watching dragsters at the Orange County Raceway.”

Select evolution

“Decades of design improvements have resulted in our finest putter line to date.”
Scotty Cameron signature

1993

Major victory

Scotty Cameron crafts a Classic 1 Prototype for the player who became this year’s Masters Tournament champion. It was the first major won with a Scotty Cameron putter. The Classic 1 shape, with its rounded heel and toe bumpers and overall “roly-poly” lines, eventually became the Newport model when Scotty partnered with the Acushnet Company in 1994.

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1997

New Era

Another Scotty Cameron putter is trusted to the Masters Tournament victory. This time, the player who would go on to dominate professional golf for the next decade put a Newport Teryllium (TeI3) in play and won the event in record fashion, leading the rest of the field by a record breaking 12 strokes. This Newport design ushered in Scotty’s use of vibration dampening material in the form of an elastomer membrane behind the Teryllium face inlay that enhanced sound and feel.

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2003

Weighting Game

To design putters at the proper swing weight in relation to different shaft lengths, Scotty pioneered the ability to adjust putter head weight by mixing materials used in putter head construction. The concept was expressed with his 2003 My Girl Limited Release offering, which employed a removable sole plate crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum that allowed for different weight increments to be added under the sole corresponding to the length. In 2004, the Red X line was developed based on Scotty’s adjustable sole weighting theories.

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2008

Sole Select

In a move that revolutionized putter manufacturing, Scotty introduced removable, factory interchangeable sole weights with his 2008 Studio Select putter line. The concept allowed for the same putter head design to be properly weighted for the various lengths desired (33”, 34”, 35”) by installing the correct gram-denomination (2 x 10g, 2 x 15g, 2 x 20g) stainless steel sole weights in conjunction with the shaft length. This adjustable weighting ensured the proper shaft flex and feel was maintained across the different putter lengths that a player might select. The “Select” name was born.

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2012

Sound Design

With the introduction of the 2012 Select line, Scotty refined his sole weight design, developed a durable black finish to reduce sun glare, and added a new element in his pursuit of feel—deep face milling. Scotty has always equated sound with feel, and with his access to the top professionals in the world, he noticed that by milling deeper into the putter face, less metal came into direct contact with the ball, producing soft, satisfying feel.

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2016

Face Time

Central to the 2016 Select putter line development was Scotty’s multi-material putter head construction methodology intended to enhance sound, feel and forgiveness. He designed 303 stainless steel face inlays for blades, and 6061 aircraft aluminum inlays for the mid-mallet models where he needed to move weight to the perimeter of the putter heads for enhanced forgiveness. Scotty’s face inlay technology produced responsive feel and feedback that players have described as “soft but solid.” The result was a better look, sound, feel and product.

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2018

Sole Balancing

With a concentration on the sight, sound and sole characteristics of his new putter line, everything Scotty has learned from refining and redesigning Newport-style putters over the last two decades has gone into the 2018 Select line. Each model’s sole has been reengineered with an innovative four-way sole balancing milling technique for a squared up, easier-to-align putter at address. This technique shifts the balance point of the sole to take into account the effect of the shaft and grip’s weight and offset on each putter’s balance at address. Every contour has been refined, and with even more vibration dampening material connecting face inlays, 2018 Select putters sound better than ever.

Read more

1993

Major Victory

Scotty Cameron crafts a Classic 1 Prototype for the player who became this year’s Masters Tournament champion. It was the first major won with a Scotty Cameron putter. The Classic 1 shape, with its rounded heel and toe bumpers and overall “roly-poly” lines, eventually became the Newport model when Scotty partnered with the Acushnet Company in 1994.

1997

New Era

Another Scotty Cameron putter is trusted to the Masters Tournament victory. This time, the player who would go on to dominate professional golf for the next decade put a Newport Teryllium (TeI3) in play and won the event in record fashion, leading the rest of the field by a record breaking 12 strokes. This Newport design ushered in Scotty’s use of vibration dampening material in the form of an elastomer membrane behind the Teryllium face inlay that enhanced sound and feel.

2003

Weighting Game

To design putters at the proper swing weight in relation to different shaft lengths, Scotty pioneered the ability to adjust putter head weight by mixing materials used in putter head construction. The concept was expressed with his 2003 My Girl Limited Release offering, which employed a removable sole plate crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum that allowed for different weight increments to be added under the sole corresponding to the length. In 2004, the Red X line was developed based on Scotty’s adjustable sole weighting theories.

2008

Sole Select

In a move that revolutionized putter manufacturing, Scotty introduced removable, factory interchangeable sole weights with his 2008 Studio Select putter line. The concept allowed for the same putter head design to be properly weighted for the various lengths desired (33”, 34”, 35”) by installing the correct gram-denomination (2 x 10g, 2 x 15g, 2 x 20g) stainless steel sole weights in conjunction with the shaft length. This adjustable weighting ensured the proper shaft flex and feel was maintained across the different putter lengths that a player might select. The “Select” name was born.

2012

Sound Design

With the introduction of the 2012 Select line, Scotty refined his sole weight design, developed a durable black finish to reduce sun glare, and added a new element in his pursuit of feel—deep face milling. Scotty has always equated sound with feel, and with his access to the top professionals in the world, he noticed that by milling deeper into the putter face, less metal came into direct contact with the ball, producing soft, satisfying feel.

2016

Face Time

Central to the 2016 Select putter line development was Scotty’s multi-material putter head construction methodology intended to enhance sound, feel and forgiveness. He designed 303 stainless steel face inlays for blades, and 6061 aircraft aluminum inlays for the mid-mallet models where he needed to move weight to the perimeter of the putter heads for enhanced forgiveness. Scotty’s face inlay technology produced responsive feel and feedback that players have described as “soft but solid.” The result was a better look, sound, feel and product.

2018

Sole Balancing

With a concentration on the sight, sound and sole characteristics of his new putter line, everything Scotty has learned from refining and redesigning Newport-style putters over the last two decades has gone into the 2018 Select line. Each model’s sole has been reengineered with an innovative four-way sole balancing milling technique for a squared up, easier-to-align putter at address. This technique shifts the balance point of the sole to take into account the effect of the shaft and grip’s weight and offset on each putter’s balance at address. Every contour has been refined, and with even more vibration dampening material connecting face inlays, 2018 Select putters sound better than ever.

2018 SELECT FAMILY

The right look, Sound & feel

Sight

Refined Contours

Every contour and sight cue has been refined to enhance alignment opportunities and instill confidence. Topline appearances have been thinned with slightly rounder radius milling. Plumbing neck dimensions, edges and angles have been squared up for a cleaner look from address.

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Sound

Enhanced Feel

Up to 30% more vibration dampening material connects face inlays with putter bodies for improved sound, feel and feedback. Each inlay has been re-engineered to produce a softer sound, while preserving the feedback necessary to aid in distance control for pure feel.

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Sole

Superior Setup

Each 2018 Select putter has been re-engineered with Scotty’s four-way balanced sole design, which accounts for the weight of the shaft and grip resulting in a putter that sits perfectly square at address to promote easier alignment on virtually any lie.

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2018 Select Family

The difference is in the details

It takes a skilled eye to pick up on the details that matter to the best players in the world. Scotty concentrated on draft angle improvements that resulted in a four-way balanced sole design, for fast, square alignment at address. Refined contours and sight cues build confidence at address. Improved sound and feel are the result of up to 30% more vibration dampening material connecting face inlays with putter bodies.

Select Newport

Iconic shorter, rounder blade with 303 Stainless Steel inlay and plumbing neck for medium toe flow.

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Select Newport 2

Classic, longer, squarer blade with 303 Stainless Steel inlay and plumbing neck for medium toe flow.

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Select Newport 2.5

The classic Newport 2 head shape with 303 stainless steel inlay and a short flare neck for near maximum toe flow.

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Select Newport 3

Heel-shafted teardrop shaped mid-mallet with 6061 aircraft aluminum inlay and a flow neck for maximum toe flow.

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Select Laguna

A modern update on a classic with 303 stainless steel inlay and new mini-slant neck for maximum toe flow.

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Select Fastback

Rounded mid-mallet with 6061 aircraft aluminum inlay, enhanced forgiveness and single bend shaft for near minimum toe flow.

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Select Squareback

Boxy, square mid-mallet with 6061 aircraft aluminum inlay, enhanced forgiveness and single bend shaft for near minimum toe flow.

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