Scotty Cameron expands Cameron & Crown shorter putters
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Scotty Cameron expands Cameron & Crown shorter putters: Preview, pictures, price


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Scotty Cameron has found success with his Cameron & Crown line of putters that come in at only 33 inches, down from the middling 34- and more common 35-inch models.

There are four new Cameron & Crown models, all based on Select or Futura heads, and they're all weighted and modeled to be swung at 33 inches: Select Newport, Select Mallet 1, Futura 5MB and Futura 6M.



Each Cameron & Crown putter is made with 303 stainless steel and 6061 aircraft grade aluminum for face inlays. The heads, with the Cameron three dots unpainted, complete the look of a raw stainless steel finish with a Silver Mist treatment. The putters have smaller diameter gray Matador grips.

  • Select Newport: The classic heel-toe-weighted blade with a plumbing neck and shorter rounded contours, a 303 stainless steel face inlay and sight line in the flange.
  • Select Mallet 1: This rounded, flowing mid-mallet has a 6061 aircraft aluminum wrap-around face and sole. It has a single-bend shaft and the pop-through flange alignment system.
  • Futura 5MB: A rounded mid-mallet with a flowing face into the sole has a solid stainless steel flange.
  • Futura 6M: This high-MOI mallet offers the most forgiveness with dual-purpose alignment. (Available in RH and LH configurations.)

The new Cameron & Crown putters are available June 16 for $379.


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