Cameron Putters Enjoy Tremendous Tour Success in 2008

For more than a decade, Scotty Cameron by Titleist has been the most played putter brand on the PGA Tour. Cameron putters are #1 once again in 2008, with 36% of the putters in play on Tour year-to-date according to Darrell Survey. Success doesn’t stop with the weekly equipment counts, though. Across the worldwide professional tours, Cameron putters have been the champion’s choice at 57 events leading up to this week’s Ryder Cup. Eighteen of the victories have come on the PGA Tour, including the year’s first two major championships. Working with the world’s best players at the Putter Studio in California and on the practice putting greens at Tour events around the world serves as a proving ground for Scotty’s creations, and success at this level validates that these putters are ready for better players everywhere. With that in mind, the Studio Select putter family expanded this week with the introduction of four new models. The Fastback 1, Squareback 1, Newport 2.6 and Newport 2.7 extend the number of Studio Select putters to eight. All eight models have been used and validated at the highest levels of competition. The Fastback model has already been trusted by 20 players on the PGA TOUR, including the winner of the U.S. Bank Championship. In addition, Titleist brand ambassador Brendon de Jonge is currently #1 on the Nationwide Tour money list and has secured his 2009 PGA TOUR card based on his performance. Relying upon the Fastback, de Jonge has posted five Top 5 finishes, including a victory at the Xerox Classic. An additional 20 players have put the Squareback into play this season, including Titleist brand ambassador Dudley Hart, who earned his way into the TOUR Championship after finishing 2nd with it at the BMW Championship. For more information on the new Studio Select putter models, please visit and

Titleist brand ambassador Dudley Hart with his Squareback.
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2 Replies

  1. Robert Sellman

    I've noticed a few of the Tour pros using the Fastback and Squareback putters with plumbing necks.  Are they ever going to come to golf shops?  I've also seen Tour prototypes of the Notchback and was wondering if they will be made available?  Thanks.

  2. Robert Sellman

    There is always a possibility that prototype Titleist equipment in play on Tour will become available for sale in golf shops, but only if it passes our Tour validation process. No further plans have been announced regarding new products.