Scotty Cameron 2023 Super Select putters

Scotty Cameron’s 10-model update to their hugely popular Super Select putter range will feature six new models out in March and four more in May. Here’s what you need to know.

Parent brand Titleist recently announced the new range will hit the market in two waves. In March, Newport, Newport Plus, Newport 2, Newport 2 Plus, Newport 2.5 Plus and Squareback 2 will be released. The Newport 2 and Newport 2.5 Plus models will also be offered in left-handed versions.

In May, Super Select Fastback 1.5, Del Mar, and the new GOLO 6 and GOLO 6.5 will follow. The Del Mar and GOLO 6.5 models will be offered in left-handed options.

Super Select

Upgrading the previous range, which came out in 2020, the new line-up will feature new blade and mid-mallet models, new neck styles and refined shapes, new milling techniques, improved multi-material construction, and enhanced weight distribution. Scotty Cameron refined the new Super Select putters based on feedback from some of golf’s best players.

New technology

New ‘Plus’ models – Super Select Newport Plus, Newport 2 Plus and Newport 2.5 Plus have slightly wider profiles than traditional blades. This delivers mallet-like forgiveness and stability in slim, blade-like shapes. So golfers get a blade-like view from address and increased MOI.

Dual-milled process – Scotty Cameron is now using a new dual-milled process which enhances feel, sound and performance. This process combines the softness of deep-milled putters with the feedback and consistent roll of the brand’s more recent mid-milled models.

I-Beam neck design – A new precision sculpted neck makes each model look more industrial, which has proved popular with golfers, and allows for the repositioning of weight from the neck to the heel and toe for more optimal performance.

Weighting configuration – Each of the new models features customisable sole weights made from either 303 stainless steel or heavier tungsten for the Newport and Newport 2. This is combined with with aluminium sole plates on all Plus, mid-mallet and GOLO models. So golfers can get higher MOI, optimal weight distribution, balance and performance at any shaft length.

Super Select Newport – The new range’s most traditional blade features a new I-Beam plumbers neck hosel and has the most distinctive rounded edges.

Super Select Newport Plus – Slightly wider than a traditional blade, it combines a 6061 aluminium sole plate with a solid 303 stainless steel face and stainless steel sole weights for improved performance.

Super Select Newport Plus

Super Select Newport 2 – Mechanical milled shaping, milled from 303 stainless steel with a solid face. The sole has a tri-sole design with adjustable tungsten weights.

Super Select Newport 2 Plus – Slightly wider than the Newport 2 for golfers who want something that is slightly larger looking. The bigger size and the stainless steel sole weights increase MOI.

Special Selecy Newport 2+

Super Select Newport 2.5 Plus – With an I-Beam style neck, this model offers the most toe hang and face rotation out of the Newport line-up.

Super Select Squareback 2 – A wider-bodied, angular mid-mallet with a higher MOI than the Newport models but with a smaller blade-like shape.

Each new model is slated to sell for £429 and they come stock with two customizable weights and stepless steel shafts (33″, 34″ and 35″).

The putter heads all have a radiant, yet glare resistant appearance and texture. The 6061 aircraft grade aluminium components have been misted and anodized in a clear, bright finish. The three-dots which carry through to the back cavities are unpainted circles milled into the steel. The engravings and sight lines are painted asphalt grey, except on the soles where ‘Scotty Cameron’ and the ‘+’ symbols on the Plus models are finished in red translucent paint.

The blade-style putters come equipped with a Pistolini grip, while the mid-mallets are equipped with a larger Pistolero Plus grip. The new Super Select Del Mar, Fastback 1.5, GOLO 6 and GOLO 6.5 models will be available in May.

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