Left Handed Scott Cameron Putters

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By Bill S

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  1. Bill S

    Bill S
    San Antonio, TX

    Any chance you will be releasing new Left Handed Putter shapes anytime soon? It seems that the same head shapes keep getting released. I understand it is a smaller market but I would hope there could be some different shapes now and then.

    I am trying really hard to stay with Scotty but it is getting difficult. There are so many other manufacturers that offer a lot bigger line for left handed golfers.

  2. I'm right there with you. The new fastback 2 is exactly what I have been looking for and it's only in RH.
  3. Same here, I have the same sentiment being a lefty myself! Looking to just leave Titleist altogether.
  4. As a PGA Member and Titleist Staffer it gets more frustrating to have so little options for lefties. I’ve putted with the same Red X since 2005. Not to mention most of my members want to putt with what they see their professional using. Red Xs are hard to come by these days and the new putters offer so much more in technology and performance. If a tour player wanted a model in left hand he would have it no questions asked. You don’t have to mass produce these beautiful putters for lefties. At the very least offer them in a limited quantity at a higher price thru the custom department. We will buy it and be happy to pay the price knowing that we got exactly what we want. I’ll always play Titleist. It’s the best product across the board. More options for lefties in the Scotty Cameron line would greatly expand on the reputation of such great craftsmanship.
  5. As a PGA Member and Titleist Staffer it gets more frustrating to have so little options for lefties. I’ve putted with the same Red X since 2005. Not to mention most of my members want to putt with what they see their professional using. Red Xs are hard to come by these days and the new putters offer so much more in technology and performance. If a tour player wanted a model in left hand he would have it no questions asked. You don’t have to mass produce these beautiful putters for lefties. At the very least offer them in a limited quantity at a higher price thru the custom department. We will buy it and be happy to pay the price knowing that we got exactly what we want. I’ll always play Titleist. It’s the best product across the board. More options for lefties in the Scotty Cameron line would greatly expand on the reputation of such great craftsmanship.
  6. I agree that there should be an option for left handed putters. Of course the 5-10% market we represent isn’t lucrative to Titleist/Scotty Cameron enough to develop new molds so we keep getting the same ones. I think scotty should embrace lefties and at least offer new models each year.

    I recommend starting with the concept X.
  7. Jamie M said:

    I agree that there should be an option for left handed putters. Of course the 5-10% market we represent isn’t lucrative to Titleist/Scotty Cameron enough to develop new molds so we keep getting the same ones. I think scotty should embrace lefties and at least offer new models each year.

    I recommend starting with the concept X.

    Lh market is much bigger than 5-10%. Alone in Canada the share is 30% lh golfers being around 16% globally. I dont see a problem in CNC milling lh heads. Companies like Bettinardi offer a bigger percentage in lh putters and they do not at all reach the numbers of a big player like SC. A price premium of lets say 50 USD retail is acceptable though. The other players in the market (eg. Odyssey) do care for this "niche" also.

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