The Classic 1 model was the first of the Classic Series produced by Cameron Golf International in 1993. Scotty took an ageless design and refined it. He milled it precision, softend the angles, rounded the topline, and used soft carbon steel for exceptional feel. The specs of the Classics were 3°, 72° lie, 34.5 in length with a swingweight of D2. The prototypes of the Classic 1 had an immediate impact on the PGA tour. Success resulted immediately with 4 PGA Tour wins including the 1993 Masters win. Cameron Golf International was on its way. The Classic 1 was produced until Cameron partnered with Titleist in late 1994 and was then renamed the Newport model for the Titleist line. The original Classic 1 was milled entirely from a block of carbon steel and finished in a brilliant black oxide finish. There was no mistaking the quality and craftsmanship of a Cameron putter. The angles were softer and more flowing, the topline had a slight radius for better alignment, and because each putter is entirely machined, the level of consistency could not be duplicated.