Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport Putters

Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport Putters 

DESCRIPTION

The entire Studio Style line of putters is the optimal blend of high-performance and classic design. The Newport Studio Style model is no exception. The Studio Style series, new for 2005, incorporates a German Stainless steel (GSS) inlay, adhered with screws and a hi-tech polymer, seen on the Tour proven Red X line, with precision milled 303 stainless steel.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 23, 2009]
george
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Scotty Studio

As I have learned with all my hobbies, hunting,fishing etc. you get what you pay for in eqiupment. Putting is all about feel and confidence and You know when you pull it out of the bag that that if you do your part this putter will do the rest. What more can you ask for?

Customer Service

Not needed

Similar Products Used:

Ping

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 10, 2008]
golfer7890
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Newport 2 Studio Style GSS Insert

Crisp feel at impact, well balanced, overall solid putter. Camerons are meticulously constructed, high quality putters and the price tag shows, lol. My small issues with this putter is the unfriendly hard grip, and the velcro on the headcover grazes and possibly scratches the putter with each on and off. (Scotty needs to modernize with magnetic, less puffy covers like the odyssey black series covers). Other than that, a very confidence inspiring putter, highly recommend!

Similar Products Used:

Bettinardi CO3 (nice putter), odyssey Black Series (very appealing, was stuck between this and the Studio Style), Tri Hot (very smooth, the head was a bit small for me).

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Mar 21, 2007]
hitandhope
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: scotty cameron studio style newport

I have been looking for a putter which removes all doubt from my mind as to which is at fault, the putter or me. i have finally found the answer, scotty cameron. The level of care put into the construction and the R&D put into the design allows me to just stroke the ball and not worry about faults out of my control. I used to have a rossa daytona 1, a nice putter which I made plenty of puts with but i always knew it had a tendeny to go left with my stroke. I almost had to cut puts to get them on line. Scotty just rolls out straight. The feel is more solid as well, you have to be a pretty bad putter to be consistently getting a horrible feel out of it. If this putter feels horrible you're obviously missing the insert which to me feels pure all over and thats a pretty big miss. Go to the 2-ball if thats the case. Otherwise take a look at the scotty instead of guying a new driver, you use it more times that a driver per round and unlike a bad drive its impossible to recover from a bad putt, once it misses you can't get that stroke back.

one point though, unless you have miniture hands replace the scotty grip, its a shocker which is unfortunate as the rest of the putter is pure.

Customer Service

haven't tried

Similar Products Used:

ping answer, rossa daytona 1, yes! tracy 2

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Feb 22, 2007]
Alex Carroll
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport

I used to putt with the Ping G5i Zing, and I am so happy I made the switch to the scotty. I am being recruited by many different colleges and universities for golf, and putting has ailed me in the past so I knew I needed something that will give me me better feel and more confidence. The Studio Style Newport is by far the best putter in terms of feel and feedback. However, I would not recomend this putter to the higher handicapper due to its precise sweet spot. Also, it can take a chunk out of ones wallet with a price at around $300. If you want to improve putting and have the time to get better and practice-then this putter is the one for you.

Customer Service

Never used.

Similar Products Used:

Ping Zing G5i, Ping Craz-e, oddysey two ball

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 29, 2007]
patriot23
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport

Very solid feel at impact off of the stainless steel insert. Puts great roll on the ball and swings very smoothly. Tough to hit off-line, and doesn't have the mechanical look of other putters like the Newport 2, in case you aren't too fond of the mechanical look.

I can't give 5 stars value rating to a $300 putter, but this will take strokes off your game faster than any $300 driver will.

Customer Service

excellent phone response, no actual repair work experience though

Similar Products Used:

Odyssey 2-ball, TM nubbins, Ping Anser

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 07, 2006]
MANSELY
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Newport

This has been the best club I have brought in 15 years of golf. The feel off the face is second to none and the the putter is nice and heavy which helps to make a good solid stroke. would recomender to anyone willing to spend top dollar to improve there game

Customer Service

Great

Similar Products Used:

Zebra
Cleveland

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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