Yes You Can. Find A Bullseye Putter With ‘SC’ Stamped In A Circle On The Bottom – Like The One Below – That’s For ‘Scotty Cameron’ And Dates To Post-1994 When Scotty Joined Titleist. Around 60 Bucks. https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=BULLSEYE+PUTTER&_sacat=0&_sop=1
THE FIRST NEW MODEL SCOTTY RELEASED WHEN HE JOINED TITLEIST WAS THE CALIENTE, A MALLET PUTTER. BELOW – Titleist Scotty Cameron Caliente / GRAND / Bolero Putter – THESE CAN BE HAD FOR AROUND 100 BUCKS.
Titleist Scotty Cameron Futura Putter ABOVE, ALSO AROUND 100 BUCKS
BARGAIN BASEMENT – WANT A REAL STEAL??
Never Compromise Tdp 3.2 – It Was 32$, Then Dropped To 19$ When I Saw It + Bought It. I Remembered What A Good Putter They Were And How Expensive They Were Back In The Day. They had a certain level of PGA Tour penetration. Ernie Els used one, but he may, or may not, have been sponsored. It’s An Excellent Putter, A Real Steal, I’m Glad I Bought It. Postage Was More Than The Putter Pretty Much. I can guarantee you the sweet spot feels exactly the same between this Never Compromise and a Scotty Cameron at 10 x price. Mkes Golf Outlet
– NEVER COMPROMISE – About The Manufacturer – Founded in 1997 by Vikash Sanyal, a former marketing executive with Odyssey Golf, Never Compromise, Inc. designs and manufactures a premium line of putters that apply a unique three-piece construction, as well as a trademarked black-grey-black color scheme. In the first couple years of operation, Never Compromise putters enjoyed significant use and success on worldwide professional tours. In 2003, however, the company faced significant golf economy and financial challenges, and was subsequently acquired by Cleveland Golf. Cleveland Golf re-launched the Never Compromise brand and putter line and is investing significant resources to re-establish it as one of the top putter brands in the industry.
Collecting Has Nothing To Do With Money And Everything To Do With A Hobby / Past Time. I Never Ever Look At One Of My Putters And Think ‘Wow, I Wonder How Much That’s Worth?’ Mostly Because It’s Only Worth Half What I Paid If I Had To Sell Them For Some Reason. I Saw A Show The Other Day About The Guitarist From ZZ Top, Frank Beard, Reportedly The Largest Scotty Cameron Collector In The World. The Collection Is Valued At In Excess Of 1.5M$$. He Estimated 300 – 400 Putters, Which Then Is Approx. $4300 Each. Does That Makes Sense?
Collecting Is Expensive. No It’s Not. Try Never Compromise, Acushnet / Titleist Scotty Cameron Bullseye Putters, Or Vintage Ping. Look for old Look For Old Old Pings Made In Redwood City California, As This Address Was Where Karsten Solheim, Pings Founder, Started Making Putters By Hand In His Garage As A Side Hustle In The Late 50’S. The Older The Ping The More Chance It Was Made By Karsten + Family In Their Garage. If You Can Somehow Prove It’s A Genuine Hand Made By Karsten (In The Antiques Market This Proof Is Called ‘Provenance’), Your $20-50 Bucks Becomes $1000+ Overnight) I Am > Not < Saying It’s Easy, Just Possible. Acushnet Was The Owner Of Titleist. Acushnet Had Also Owned Bullseye Putters Since 1962 When John Reuters Jnr Retired. Acushnet Itself Is Now Owned By The Koreans. They Paid A Billion $$$, And Titleist Has Boomed Since. Turned Out To Be A Sensational Purchase. A PING 1-A putter below. It was the first golf club PING founder Karsten Solheim ever made, in the late 50’s. The putters acoustic ‘ping’ sound gave the company its name.
There Are A Plethora Of Collectible Old Ping Putters Out There For Very Reasonable Prices. I Paid A Lot For My Ping 1-A Above, But It Was For Mint Condition, And I Paid About 200$. Search Cheap Ping Putters On Ebay: https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=PING+PUTTERS&_sacat=0&_sop=15
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