The Collectible Scotty Cameron Putters

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The development of Scotty Cameron Putters can be divided into 3 distinct periods. Cameron started with his early tour and production models, which included his production line of Mizuno putters. He then developed his fine line of Cameron Golf International models. Scotty Cameron then followed with a line of Titleist putters.

Scotty Cameron early putters were produced from 1991 to 1993. Many of these putters were hand made. These putters are marked “Scott Cameron.” These Scott Cameron putters have markings that are all stamped by hand. The Hand stamping on these putters has some distinguishing characteristics. The letters are rarely straight or inlign, and you can often see excess metal pushed up around the edges of the letters. Scotty also produced some Scotty Cameron engraved putters that do not have the trademark Mizuno name on them. You may see markings on the toe of the putter that display “Private Reserve” or a small gold crown with a 3 digit number. These putters are extremely rare, and collectors value these in the $1000 and $2500 range. Rare Handmade Scotty Cameron putters are often bid up to $5000 to $15,000, it all depends on the putter condition. The Mizuno handstamped putters, which were all tour putters are now worth $1500 to $2500, while the production Mizuno putters are worth $250 to $1250, again all depending on condition and the model.

Scotty Cameron Golf International models are either marked on the sole “Classic 1, II, etc.,” or Scottsman 941, 942, etc.. The complete list of models include the Classic I, 1.5, II, 2.5, III, V, 6 and X and Scottsman 941 through 947. Markings such as “Xperimental Prototype” or “Prototype” are very rare, only 100 of each were released. The Scottsman 943 and 947 are extremely rare, and they command top dollar when they come to market.

Many of the Scotty Cameron Titleist models are fairly common. Examples of these models are the Newport, Newport 1.5, Newport 2, Newport 2.5, Coronado, Sonoma, Catalina, Laguna, Laguna 2.5, Del Mar 2, Del Mar 3, Del Mar 3.5, and Santa Fe. The rarer and more collectible Titeist models are the La Costa, the Napa, and the Classic VII. The Scotty Cameron Titleist Tour models which are marked in a variety of ways, are very valuable and collectible.


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