Grips.

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By Trey

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  1. Trey
    Atlanta

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    Does anyone else find that it is a complete chore to find out how much the grips on Scotty's weigh? I'm to the point where I can't find answers I'm just going to switch to the SS Flatso 2.0 just because I can't find out good answers on the oversize matador for my Select Newport 2 I just bought. Also heard it's a sin to put a non scotty grip on my putter.

  2. Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

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    If you go to the back of the Titleist Custom Options booklet they are all listed with their weights.

    media.titleist.com/.../Titleist-Clubs-Custom-Options.pdf
  3. David ARK
    Sayville, NY

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    While Titleist’s customer service is the best in the business, Scotty’s could be one of the worst. They have never responded to any questions that I have had over the years. Nearly impossible to get information from them directly. Very frustrating indeed!
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    FYI: i have had good customer service @ SC. my question: ordered a 2018 SC Select Newport 2, 33". came with Matador Black grip - medium/SCOTTY CAMERON spelled out in Silver; grip is 11" in length & weighs 84g -- thought odd the LARGE is 65g??? also, "IF" replace with a SS Flatso 1.0. less weight, but would that affect balance? appreciate comments on all questions.

    and Trey, if u thought finding out grip weight not easy, try asking Titleist customer service for the size of the 818 H2 clubhead ;) after much googling, "THINK" it may be 106cc, but getting confirmation - Ovey! 917D2 460cc, 917F2 179cc???
  5. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    "Also heard it's a sin to put a non scotty grip on my putter." Not really. Putter grips are all about feel. I have two scottys and I use the GolfPride SNSR 104s on mine. You see all types of grips on them with the tour pros.
  6. David ARK
    Sayville, NY

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    Chuck Z said:

    "Also heard it's a sin to put a non scotty grip on my putter." Not really. Putter grips are all about feel. I have two scottys and I use the GolfPride SNSR 104s on mine. You see all types of grips on them with the tour pros.

    Woods and Speith are perfect examples...and they have had a little success using non-Cameron grips ;)
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    I agree, I have SNSR straight 104's on all my scottys. the stock matadors were too soft imho.
  8. Hector R. Fernandez
    Wilmington, NY

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    Is your putter, do as you wish.

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