Sneak Preview: Scotty Cameron Select

Earlier today, Scotty Cameron sent along the following note to share with Team Titleist. We're pretty excited to see what's in store for 2012 – aren't you?

As we progress into a new year, my focus has narrowed and my attention to detail has become keener. I’ve been working on something new, putters that move me and excite me. Milled creations that encompass the design aesthetics developed from over two decades of putter making.

This spring, I’ll introduce Scotty Cameron Select. Dark, bold and mysterious. Sleeker and better in every way.

With this line, I wanted to create my most modern putters to date, but retain the classic style and timeless designs upon which my brand has been built. The putter is the golfer’s instrument to create measurable success on every hole.

With the Select line, I’m confident that you’ll be putting with the finest milled putters I can possibly make to inspire success in your game.

I've put together a special sneak preview for Team Titleist in the slideshow below.

– Scotty


Video: Webb Simpson's Practice Routine

How best to describe Webb Simpson's 2011 PGA Tour season?

Let's just call it an all-around great year. Literally.

While most people will remember Webb's season for his pair of victories (Wyndham Championship, Deutsche Bank Championship) and his first Presidents Cup appearance, Team Titleist was even more impressed by his consistency.

Trusting a Pro V1x golf ball and a bag of Titleist equipment, Webb finished the season No. 1 in the PGA Tour's All-Around Ranking statistic, which totals a player's rank in eight statistical categories (Greens in Regulation, Sand Saves, Driving Distance, Driving Accuracy, Scoring Leaders, Putting Leaders, Eagle Leaders and Birdie Leaders).

All of that also added up to 21 top-25 finishes in 26 starts, including a pair of wins and three runner-up finishes, as well as a monumental jump to No. 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Recently, Webb spoke with Team Titleist about his practice routines and how amateur golfers should best use their practice time, which you can watch in the above video.

And remember, you can keep track of your scores and key golf stats in Team Titleist's 'My Game' section, accessible via the left hand navigation bar on this page.

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