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Titleist Scotty Cameron Dual Balance Newport 2 Putters

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Length (in): 38
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Titleist Scotty Cameron Dual Balance Newport 2 Putters

Stabilize Your Stroke

Scotty Cameron Dual Balance putters provide unmatched stability for golfers who struggle to make a consistent stroke with a conventional length putter. Scotty Cameron Dual Balance putters feature a +50 gram heavier head weight, 50 gram counter weight, and 38" standard length. The larger diameter, 15" long Dual Balance grip is designed to be gripped down to place the shaft weight above the hands. The combination of the heavier head, shaft weight and larger grip stabilizes the stroke by reducing the common faults of flipping, pushing, or dragging with the hands.

Titleist Scotty Cameron Dual Balance Newport 2 Putters:

  • 50g counterweight in the butt of the shaft helps you make the proper stroke with the butt of the shaft pointed at the midsection
  • Balance and stability from the Select heel and toe weights perfectly matched to the shaft length
  • Precision-milled from the highest quality 303 stainless steel
  • Refined cosmetics with a silver mist finish and red-dot graphics
  • Deep milled face provides soft feel and sound
  • Large diameter 15" grip reduces hand action for a smoother, more stable stroke
  • Includes headcover
Titleist Scotty Cameron Dual Balance Newport 2 Putters is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its all that and more! I have a 7.2 handicap; I have many putters. Always intimidated by the price of the Scotty, even knowing about the superiority of the blade. Anyway; I have always been a decent putter, but there were times I would pull the toe over taking major practice to straighten it out. Going through the drills needed; I noticed it would always come back (the deficiency that is). I would change putters from my Odysseys to my Pings, to my continual dismay, the same issue would occur eventually. I knew I wanted a blade style but also wanted soft consistent feel, even if I were to miss the center of face. Like I said, all my other putters simply did not have a consistent feel that brought confidence to my stroke. After spending thousands of dollars on every other type; I broke down and spent the 400 they were asking. I answered a few questions about measurements and let them know of my own expectations. Three weeks later my putter came in (8 months ago); I immediately went to the greens and could not make a putt distance or accuracy, needless to say (but I will) I was totally bummed! Went to the club pro, and he let me know I was holding the club wrong; I was holding it above the weight on the handle. I slipped my hands below the weight ( about an inch and a half from the end, and ran a few drills on the putting green. I spent over an hour putting in a square. Honestly ever since; I lag from 30 feet out within 3 feet consistently and drain many 10 footers, and 3 and 4 footers are gimmies. My score is lower and yet to have the toe take control. The balance, and purity of MY Scotty is something I will rely on for many years into the future as I strive to be a scratch golfer. Honestly; I cannot imagine ever bringing another putter in my bag!
Date published: 2017-12-26
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