Scotty putter Fitting

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JJ35


Hi guys I'm just about to purchase my first Scotty Cameron putter , my problem is that I dont know which type to get . My question

is , is there a place in Melbourne where I can go to to get properly fitted , on a Sam Puttlab , lie, loft , length , even head shape.

Thanks , John.

JJ35


I'd just like to thank David Miles for taking time out of his day to go through a proper putter fitting with me & a lesson in proper posture and ball position . We narrowed it down to the Scotty Newport 1.5 with the proper lie, length & loft , I can now go and purchase with confidence knowing I have been properly fitted and my setup was wrong. Also thanks to Michael for bending my current flat stick back to it's proper specs , but the biggest thrill for me was the tour of the titleist factory , mate I left that place drooling . If you ever get a chance to meet with David , he's a great guy that knows his stuff and cares about your game . Mate if you ever need some consumer feedback or participation on up and coming Titleist products , COUNT ME IN !  Thanks for everything John.

David M. -Team Titleist ANZ Manager


Thanks John.  

Whenever we get the opportunity it's always a pleasure showing our Team Titleist ANZ members around our facility and introducing them to the great team of staff we have working here.  The goal of all of us here at Team Titleist is to give our loyal fans like yourself the best Titleist experience we can, and I'm really thrilled to hear we achieved that yesterday- and more importantly that we found the right new Scotty Cameron Select putter for you.

Stay in touch and let us know how you go.

Cheers

Dave

paul s


Great work Dave....Team Tileist are the best.

Trevor W


David Miles - Team Titleist ANZ Manager

Thanks John.  

Whenever we get the opportunity it's always a pleasure showing our Team Titleist ANZ members around our facility and introducing them to the great team of staff we have working here.  The goal of all of us here at Team Titleist is to give our loyal fans like yourself the best Titleist experience we can, and I'm really thrilled to hear we achieved that yesterday- and more importantly that we found the right new Scotty Cameron Select putter for you.

Stay in touch and let us know how you go.

Cheers

Dave

Dave, I would like to express how exciting this sounds. I've just purchased my 5th Scotty putter (notchback Newport 2 34") - I've owned all shapes, lengths and weights. To have the range in all shapes and lengths would enable the consumer to make the most informed decision. I was fitted for my AP2 irons and definitely benefited from the fitting pro's experience and knowledge as well as access to the different shafts and head shapes. My irons are half and inch over half a degree upright with wraps under the grips. Not just off the shelf or the net. Keep the dollars in the golf industry in oz not os. What would be the absolute winner for me (and I would pay for the experience) take this on the road to regional and rural Australia. I live in broken hill and I reckon we could stock a van then tour the country to Open tournaments and charge $50 to get fitted to the perfect clubs including the most important club in the bag the PUTTER. I love my quality Titleist gear and it just works the way I expect it too. Well that's my opinion. Regards TrevorW

David M. -Team Titleist ANZ Manager


Hi Trevor,

Great to hear from Broken Hill. I also really like your idea of the Scotty Cameron Roadshow.  I'll keep you (and the rest of TT ANZ) posted how we progress.

Cheers

Dave

johnny l


After 20 years of using the Odyssey putter Rosie II, I bought the Kombi.   I demo'ed first and putted well with it. 

Then I put on the Fatso grip and have had issues with the weight of the putter now.  It feels too light now. 

So I am now looking at switching out the weights as I have 2 ea. 10gram weights and 1  ea. 20gram weights to 

all three 20gram weights.  I am also thinking I need to add weight to the grip if anyone knows how.  

I cut if down 2 inches as I am 5'6" wanting to keep my arms hanging straight. 

Does anyone have any input or suggestions ?  

Since I loaned my clubs to a friend in town to play in the St. Jude pro am and he lost my old putter, I am now committed to the Kombi . 

Lesson to be learned, if cut down any putter and put on a lighter grip, you will have weight and balance issues to deal with. 

JJ35


David Miles - Team Titleist ANZ Manager

Thanks John.  

Whenever we get the opportunity it's always a pleasure showing our Team Titleist ANZ members around our facility and introducing them to the great team of staff we have working here.  The goal of all of us here at Team Titleist is to give our loyal fans like yourself the best Titleist experience we can, and I'm really thrilled to hear we achieved that yesterday- and more importantly that we found the right new Scotty Cameron Select putter for you.

Stay in touch and let us know how you go.

Cheers

Dave

Hi Dave just a small thank you note to you I finally got my Newport today , it looks great mate thanks again speak to you soon , John

Tashe T


JJ35

I'd just like to thank David Miles for taking time out of his day to go through a proper putter fitting with me & a lesson in proper posture and ball position . We narrowed it down to the Scotty Newport 1.5 with the proper lie, length & loft , I can now go and purchase with confidence knowing I have been properly fitted and my setup was wrong. Also thanks to Michael for bending my current flat stick back to it's proper specs , but the biggest thrill for me was the tour of the titleist factory , mate I left that place drooling . If you ever get a chance to meet with David , he's a great guy that knows his stuff and cares about your game . Mate if you ever need some consumer feedback or participation on up and coming Titleist products , COUNT ME IN !  Thanks for everything John.

Hallo, i  am in a bad situation. I ordered a Titliest Scotty Camron Putter Carlifornia at a Tiitliest Demo-Day, when I was at Golf Club Schloss Langenstein in Germany. Know the excellent putter ist arrived and one Pro shorten it because  I need a very short on due to my  body size. The big Problem is know thet the Lie ist not correct. Our Pro says he can't bend it since he don't know if he could bend with the normal bending machine. In our city there are some very facilitied factories which could bent but they say thy must know mixture of the part which the have to bend.

Please could one of you help me.

The ground of my asking you I that  the Titliest agent in Grmany is not answering sine on month and I would like to use am new putter as soon as possible.

Greetings from good old Germany.

Tashe 

David M. -Team Titleist ANZ Manager


Hi Tashe,

Thanks for contacting Titleist via Team Titleist ANZ.  We can adjust the loft and lie of Scotty Cameron Putters using machines that are custom made from the Scotty Cameron factory so please don't put your putter in a vice and try to bend it yourself.  I'm going to put you in touch with our good friends in Europe and they will help you out with the adjustment to your putter. 

I will email you offline.

Regards

-Dave

Trevor W


Trevor W
David Miles - Team Titleist ANZ Manager

Thanks John.  

Whenever we get the opportunity it's always a pleasure showing our Team Titleist ANZ members around our facility and introducing them to the great team of staff we have working here.  The goal of all of us here at Team Titleist is to give our loyal fans like yourself the best Titleist experience we can, and I'm really thrilled to hear we achieved that yesterday- and more importantly that we found the right new Scotty Cameron Select putter for you.

Stay in touch and let us know how you go.

Cheers

Dave

Dave, I would like to express how exciting this sounds. I've just purchased my 5th Scotty putter (notchback Newport 2 34") - I've owned all shapes, lengths and weights. To have the range in all shapes and lengths would enable the consumer to make the most informed decision. I was fitted for my AP2 irons and definitely benefited from the fitting pro's experience and knowledge as well as access to the different shafts and head shapes. My irons are half and inch over half a degree upright with wraps under the grips. Not just off the shelf or the net. Keep the dollars in the golf industry in oz not os. What would be the absolute winner for me (and I would pay for the experience) take this on the road to regional and rural Australia. I live in broken hill and I reckon we could stock a van then tour the country to Open tournaments and charge $50 to get fitted to the perfect clubs including the most important club in the bag the PUTTER. I love my quality Titleist gear and it just works the way I expect it too. Well that's my opinion. Regards TrevorW

Dave,  

I've just read on Facebook Titleist are having a "Scotty Cameron - experience" sounds like what I suggested a few months ago!!!! 

P.s I ordered my new 10.5in staff bag via my local golf club on Friday. Should at least look like a golfer soon.

cheers tw.

Craig O


Dave. Is there somewhere in Sydney to get fitted with a putter?

Scott V


David Miles - Team Titleist ANZ Manager

Hi Tashe,

Thanks for contacting Titleist via Team Titleist ANZ.  We can adjust the loft and lie of Scotty Cameron Putters using machines that are custom made from the Scotty Cameron factory so please don't put your putter in a vice and try to bend it yourself.  I'm going to put you in touch with our good friends in Europe and they will help you out with the adjustment to your putter. 

I will email you offline.

Regards

-Dave

Hi Dave,

I'm looking into buying a Scotty Cameron putter and based on the info above would it be better to wait 6-8 weeks for a change in lie angle, I need 2 degree flat. My other option is that there is a standard newport 1.5 on the rack, can I bend it rather than waiting? I'm off to China on a golf trip in two weeks and would really like a new putter before I go. Any comments would be greatly appreciated.

Also is there anywhere in WA that I can be professionally fitted for a putter in a similar fashion to the original poster exerience?

Thanks,

Scott.

Jolon H


Hello Dave,

Just wondering how i go about booking a putter fitting in Melbourne. I live in Sydney but occassionally go to Melbourne for work.

Thanks.

Alan W


Jolon H

Hello Dave,

Just wondering how i go about booking a putter fitting in Melbourne. I live in Sydney but occassionally go to Melbourne for work.

Thanks.

Same question as above, who do you recommend for putter fittings in Melbourne.