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Scotty Cameron Putters

Scotty Cameron A Modern Craftsman

Inside the Scotty Cameron Putter Studio in Southern California, my team and I are focused on one simple goal, producing the finest putters in the world.

Every day, we strive to learn more about how the ball, the putter and the golfer work together, and how we can improve that connection. Using state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, we gather information on how the world's best players approach putting. With those insights we continually experiment with new designs, materials and technologies.

This guide will help you select a putter to improve your performance on the green. The key elements of putter selection are length and toe flow, but all aspects of putter selection - including shape, weight, loft and lie are explained.

Whichever Scotty Cameron putter you choose, you can count on an unparalleled attention to detail that ensures complete harmony between how it looks, sounds, feels and performs.

Scotty Cameron Art of Putting



Many players pick a shape that complements their stroke. Players with technical strokes or who use their putter for alignment may benefit from square shapes and mechanical necks. Players who want to rid themselves of technical thoughts may prefer softer lines and flowing necks.

All Scotty Cameron putters are precision milled in the USA to extremely tight tolerances so that the Tour-validated specifications of the face, sole and neck are consistent for every putter and player.

Scotty Cameron Putter Shape



Putters do not swing vertically back and through along the target line. Because of lie angle, the proper putting stroke moves along an arcing path: slightly inside of the target line, back to square, then to the inside again after impact.

The proper length putter correctly sets eye position just inside the target line, and the correct amount of toe flow allows the putter to flow squarely to the proper arcing path throughout the stroke.

Scotty Cameron Putter Path

Toe Flow


In order for the putter head to move squarely along the proper arcing path, the toe of the putter must "flow" throughout the stroke. How and where the neck or shaft of the putter joins the head determines its toe flow.

Be sure to choose a putter that either flows naturally along the proper arching path, or helps to correct it. This will reduce the tendency to manipulate the putter face with your hands. The best way to find the toe flow that corrects or complements your stroke is to hit straight, flat putts from 20 feet to see what works best.

Scotty Cameron Putter Toe Flow

Putter Length

Lenngth Sets Eye Position

If your putter is too long, your setup posture will be too upright with your eyes set too far inside the target line. If your putter is too short, your setup posture will be too hunched over with your eyes set too far outside the target line.

The ideal putter length sets your eyes 1-2" inside of the target line to allow you to execute the proper arcing putting stroke while maintaining good posture and balance.

Custom Length Available: 32", 32.5", 33". 33.5", 34", 34.5", 35", 35.5", 36"

Scotty Cameron Putter Length

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