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Scotty Cameron 2016 Select putters are sleek, performance-oriented models with new technologies, shapes and configurations. The new 2016 Select putter line features precision milled Scotty Cameron craftsmanship with new multi-material technology that's been proven at the highest levels of golf competition. The Newport 2 Notchback putter is a angular, modern blade with distinct mechanical contours, a notched flange and flowing single-bend shaft. It features a 6061 aircraft grade aluminum face inlay into the stainless steel body with a single flange fight line. The Dual Balanced model fatures a 50 gram heavier putter head with a 50 gram weight in the longer shaft to stabilize your putting stroke by stabilizing and slowing down the butt end of the 15" grip.
|Grip||Dual Balance 15"|
Sound and feel is very important to putting. What we're trying to do is tune feel to make the putter look better, feel better, perform better.
Scotty cameron, master putter designer
The 2016 Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 Notchback Dual Balance putter is made of multi-materials to match the style of putter. Aircraft grade 6061 aluminum face inlays with a vibration dampening system behind the face for soft and solid feel with great audio feedback. This material is matched with blade shape designed to support a flowing putting stroke.
The 2016 Scotty Cameron Select putters feature enhanced visual clues and modern aesthetics. The back sight line is popped up through the back of the putter for easier alignment. Milled flange sight lines provide another alignment option to keep you squared up to your target.
The 2016 Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 Notchback Dual Balance putter is an angular modern blade with distance mechanical contours and a distinct notched flange. The weighting technology increases MOI and keeps your putts closer to your target line, even if you happen to mis-hit one.
|Titleist 2016 Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 Notchback Dual Balance Putter|
|Style||Loft||Length||Lie Angle||Toe Flow||Offset|
|Blade||3.5°||38”||70°||Near Minimum||Full shaft|
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