Grips.

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By Trey

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  1. Trey

    Trey
    Atlanta

    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

    Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    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

    David ARK
    Sayville, NY

    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!
  4. 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

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    "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

    David ARK
    Sayville, NY

    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 ;)
  7. I agree, I have SNSR straight 104's on all my scottys. the stock matadors were too soft imho.
  8. Hector R. Fernandez

    Hector R. Fernandez
    Wilmington, NY

    Is your putter, do as you wish.

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