Purchased Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2.5 Putter Putter Right 35" what I believed to be a new Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 putter but when I finally received the item, almost a month later, I had it inspected by some golf shops and they all agreed the only thing authentic on the club was the sticker showing the loft and lie. I would not recommend buying any golf products from this seller and if this is how they handle business wouldn't do any business with them.
Studio Select Newport 2 This putter does has the two 15 oz. weights on the bottom of the putter. Scotty's Studio Select Newport 2 with its crisp, familiar lines has been expertly refined and improved from subtle milling enhancements to its new sole profile. With its bold, Tour-inspired Cherry Dot graphics, precision milled 303 stainless steel head, and factory interchangeable weights, it's Scotty's most technologically-advanced Newport 2 ever. Sole weights can be changed by the Custom Shop to suit a player's preferred setup relative to putter length and desired headweight. The stepless shaft provides a clean appearance at address, and the Newport 2 comes with a milled sight line in the flange. With its high toe profile aiding in a correct setup at address and its plumbing neck providing a full shaft of offset, the Studio Select Newport 2 is Scotty's definition of a high-performance putter.
These golf clubs have been used but not abused.Titleist Scotty Cameron Putter will show normal wear from average play and may have natural scratches, pop up marks and/or bag wear on the shaft. These are great clubs for and have been inspected for performance and are for the golfer who is less concerned about physical appearance.
Card arrived to recipient with no denomination on it. Received no help when calling the number on the back of the card either. FRUSTRATED
Rh cameron select newport 2 notchback 34 desire to succeed in the world of golf started early for Edwin Watts. When he was young, he caddied at a golf course close to his parents¡¯ home in Niceville, Florida. As his love for the game grew, he would ¡°do anything and everything¡± to work around the golf course. Edwin dabbled in all facets of the sport, finding himself caddying, cleaning clubs and selling merchandise. This passion drove him to a life-long dedication to the sport and led him from the course to the store.
By age 22, Edwin was head professional at a new course that opened in Fort Walton Beach in 1963 sale Scotty Cameron Newport 2. At that time, the standard was for the head pro to run the pro shop at the course, leading to his first introduction into the retail world. Since most pro shops at that time sold mostly soft goods, (gloves, shirts, etc.), Edwin wanted to set himself apart by selling hard goods, mainly clubs. Since quality clubs were difficult to find then, he focused on making these hard goods more accessible.
Edwin hired his brother Wayne,Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2.5 Putter Putter Right 35" contractor, to redesign their small pro shop to facilitate this focus - and with just $380 worth of equipment, Edwin Watts Golf opened its doors. The new formula for merchandising worked and within a year, Edwin hired others who shared his passion. Those who started with Edwin that year are still loyal employees of the company.