Scotty Cameron introduces Select Fastback 2 and Squareback 1.5 mid-mallet putters
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Scotty Cameron introduces Select Fastback 2 and Squareback 1.5 mid-mallet putters

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Scotty Cameron has expanded his Select line of putters with a pair of new mid-mallet models, the Select Fastback 2 and Select Squareback 1.5.

These new models offer additional neck configurations and other characteristics which build off the Fastback and Squareback models.

The Select Fastback debuted in 2018, and the response from players on professional tours suggested a plumber's neck version would make this head better. The Select Fastback 2 has a full shaft of offset for a more familiar look. The topline has been slightly thinned, and the face height has been shortened too.

The Select Squareback 1.5 has a new mini-slant neck to help square off the overall shape and the look at address. There's more toe hand in this model compared to the original Squareback, too. The topline isn't as thick as the original, and the face height has also been shortened.

The Select line is made from a 303 stainless steel putter head, with a 6061 aluminum face-sole piece to increase moment of inertia rating. There are two customizable stainless steel heel-toe weights, as well.

Each putter in the Select line has a raw stainless steel finish with a unique bead blast to reduce glare, and the cherry dots you expect are there too. The aesthetic is complete with stepless steel shafts and a larger black-and-silver Matador mid-size grip.

The Scotty Cameron Select Fastback 2 and Squareback 1.5 putters will be available on Feb. 15 for $400 each.

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