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Titleist Cameron Studio Select Kombi-S Steel Putter

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $49.38
Mid: $58.09
High: $66.80

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $109.73
Mid: $129.09
High: $148.45

Next update: 5/29/16

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Stainless Steel

• T-shaped, red ink sight lines provide precise alignment references on the topline and body
• Misted topline with a sight line along the rear edge reduces visual thickness and makes face alignment easy
• A clean, double-bend stepless shaft with a full-shaft offset provides an unobstructed look at address
• Thick face and three-point-weighting provide unmatched feel and sound in a mallet putter
• Three-point weighting and a deep CG produce a balanced putter that is stable throughout the stroke for forgiveness and great roll
• Precision milled 303 stainless steel body
• Interchangeable sole weight can be factory customized to suit player preference
Headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts Titleist’s mission is to serve the needs of the serious and recreational golfer. Titleist offers a full golf equipment product line including drivers, fairways, irons, Vokey wedges, utility irons and Scotty Cameron Putters. Titleist is also an extremely strong leader in the golf ball market. Titleist is well represented on the PGA TOUR as well as most international competitive tours. Titleist, along with Pinnacle, and FootJoy brands, together comprise Acushnet Company, which is an operating company of Fila Korea, Ltd., the owner of the Fila brand globally, and Mirae Asset Private Equity.

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The Kombi-S is milled from 303 stainless steel (rather than the 6061 aluminum of the original Kombi). The goal was to get the sound and feel closer to the blades of the Studio Select family. The head size is also slightly smaller than the original Kombi to accommodate the heavier steel. A weight in the sole is adjusted at the factory to maintain the correct headweight for different shaft lengths.
"True roll. Looked up and saw the ball turning over right away."…"No variation in the quality of putts. I like the simple graphics."
"It inspired confidence, and there's a lot to be said for that."…"I generally don't like larger mallets, but this one manages to pull off a very clean design."
Here's a mallet that's at once utilitarian and full of Cameron's shine. The red ink on misty silver is a luscious look.
Scotty Cameron sells more putters at $300 than anyone. Do you fear you're one of the sheep?

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