The Scottsman 941 was a blade style putter similar to the Coronado, but a bit longer and slightly wider with a more narrow toe. The soft round neck had a little offset and played with a lot of toe flow for the opening and closing gate effect. The Scottsman Series putters were milled from solid blocks of 1018 carbon steel, an extremely soft steel, hand finished and gun blued. The 941 had a very natural look, easy to address and a clean look at the ball. There were 200-500 of these putters made in 1994, and were often seen on the greens of the PGA Tour.