Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport Beach Putters

Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport Beach

User Reviews (6)

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epateninc   Shoots in the 70s [Jan 18, 2009]
Model Reviewed: Newport Beach

I have tried many different putters from traditional to contemporary. It has always been a little something that just was not right. Looks, feel, performance etc. Then I tried a Newport Beach with the sound slot. I bought the 340 gram model and shortened it to 33". Changed the lie to 2* flat and added a Baby T grip. WOW. This putter is awesome. The feel is perfect. I like the sound slot because when struck properly, there is no sound. When I miss a bit off center, the sound and feel changes and gives me feedback immediately. Easy to keep on line. I never concern myself about the putter anymore. All I have to do is line up the putt and focus on the results. I will never change as far as I am concerned. This is simply the best putter I have ever used, hands down!!!

Customer Service

Titleist has always been excellent!!!

Similar Products Used: None.
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5
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5
bogeyguy   Shoots in the 90s [May 06, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Stainless Newport Beach

Ok folks, if you are old enough to remember the feel of a Wilson 8802 and the forgivenes of a Ping Anser, (Copper of course)you are in luck! Find a Newport Beach somewhere, (average pre owned price at Edwin Watts is about $150.00)and buy it! You will not regret it.

Customer Service

Not used.

Similar Products Used: Wilson 8802, Ping Anser Copper, Ping Anser Specify, Wilson TPA 23
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5
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5
warrior6   Shoots in the 80s [Feb 09, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Scotty Cameron Newport Beach

Ok, for your consideration. Putters and irons appeal to me along two primary lines; one, feel and the other, asthetics. The Newport Beach is a great putter. Expensive, but; has the Cameron quality. I'm am an OK putter and I believe the Newport Beach will help me become an even better putter. I still 3 putt on occassion, so this putter did not cure that for me. The Newport Beach fits me well (sits upright and I am right at 6' tall) The feel is exceptional and I believe the undercut channel is responsible for that. The Newport Beach is asthetically pleasing. I don't have the greatest concentration over a putt and have a tendency to allow putter markings (arrows, lines, dots, etc) to break my focus. The Newport Beach is free of all/any markings and so works well for me. Freedom of markings is the primary reasons I did not buy the Newport 2 along with the absence of the cut sole. A great all around putter, which I find has superior ease of alignment and great distance control . The Newport Beach easily adapts to special requirements like putting on the toe to slow quick downhill putts. The Newport Beach sits more upright than the Newport Beach 1.5, which seemed flat to me, but retained the same good feel, and is also undercut. My son who stands 6'7" plays the Newport Beach 1.5 and really likes the flat lie and feel. I believe the only putters Scotty makes with the cut sole are the Newport Beach and Beach 1.5. I hope this helps you decide, as these are expensive putters;but, then again, we all know that cost is only relative!

Customer Service

Excellent and professional.

Similar Products Used: Scotty Cameron Studio 1.5, Coranado Mid-slant. Futura and Red X2. Titleist Bullseye.
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5
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5
Back932   Shoots in the 80s [Jul 12, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Newport Beach

A beautiful piece of equipment. The feel and feedback are pretty hard to beat. When you make a nice stroke the sound and feel are heaven. Heal and toe putts don't work out so well. Not a forgiving putter, but jeeeze - we ought to be able to hit the middle of a putter for crying out loud. Actually helps you pay attention and make a better stroke. You want feel in your putter, and this baby has it. It puts a super roll on the ball. Great product.

Customer Service

None needed, but Titleist has always been good to me in the past.

Similar Products Used: Ping - also a good product
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5
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5
kimoza   Shoots in the 80s [Mar 23, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport Beach

This putter is simply the best there is out there. It gives me confidence and makes practice fun. With this, I dont three putt no more...that's a goodbye bye- bye! The feel and the balance and weight of this putter is just amazing. One thing though, make sure you dont move your head when you putt!

Customer Service

very knowledgeable!

Similar Products Used: never compromise, ping anzer
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5
VALUE
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5
Frazier   Shoots in the 70s [Nov 01, 2003]
Model Reviewed: newport beach

This putter is a classic it has a tuning port that combined with the feel leaves little doubt of how well the putt was struck. I have used a few putters in my day and have tried the new style with weights in the back but when you look down they look like garden spades(not confidence inspiring in my opinion). A great product and unlike the pro platinum you don't have to worry about rust or the finish. If your going to shell out the cash do your golf game a favor and buy the best.

Customer Service

have always played titleist woods,putters,balls and bags and never had a problem when problems did arise

Similar Products Used: Ping Ti, Scottie Platinum 2.5, White Hot, Ping Anser 2
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5
VALUE
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5
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