Scotty Cameron and his staff work with promising junior players from around the world making sure they have the best equipment to compete as their golfing journeys take off. One such player's name, Autumn Solesbee, may ring a bell with tuned in golf fans who read her inspiring story earlier this year in Golf Digest when she won the Girls 7-9 Division title at the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club.
Autumn putts with a 2021 My Girl Limited Phantom X 7 and with her rapid growth was actually growing out of the putter and needed it lengthened. Autumn's dad, Donnie, reached out to Scotty on her behalf via Scotty's Twitter account. After learning what she needed and receiving the putter from Autumn's family in North Carolina, Scotty lengthened her putter by about 2” to approximately 33” giving her a good fit for now and some room to grow.
A pleasant back-and-forth note exchange took place and Scotty sent the putter back to Autumn so she can get back to grinding.
Good luck and play well, Autumn!