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2 years ago
2 years ago
I wonder if I can send in my Scotty Cameron putter to get the face remilled? If so what do I need to do( cost --sent to what address) It's a CIRCA-62 Model No 3
I would check out scottycameron.com Go to the custom shop and send them a message or give them a call. They will have all the info you need.
Yes, you can send the putter back to Scotty's custom shop to get it fully restored as well as personalized with a vast number of options. If it's it's your current gamer you may want to wait until your off-season as it usual talks about 2 month to turn-around and it's $175. The link is below.
Follow the link to the Scotty Cameron Custom Shop. They offer "Restoration" which includes re-milling the face, paint fill, re-shafting, re-gripping, and returning club to original lie and loft. You can also customize any of these options as well as add stamping and weighting.
My wife did this for me as a Christmas present a couple of years ago. I have a Laguna 2.5 and it was pretty beat up at the time. When I got it back it was like getting a brand new putter, with my initials stamped in the toe, of course. I highly recommend this service.
Send it in! You won't believe what you get back. The thing will look brand new
i have the same putter as you a circa 62 model #3 and i have just a few nicks around the ends. would restoration fix those as well???