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Equipment: Scotty Cameron Futura X putter

Scotty Cameron Futura X putter

Master Craftsman Scotty Cameron has collaborated with Masters champion Adam Scott on the new Scotty Cameron by Titleist Futura X putter.

Futura X is a high Moment of Inertia (MOI), modern mallet design with advanced perimeter weighting that provides exceptional stability and forgiveness with solid feel.

Scott used a prototype version of the putter in winning the Masters. The Aussie calls the Futura X "the most stable putter I have ever played."

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Precision milled from high grade 6061 aluminum, the unique Futura X design combines a rear balance bar with deep heel-toe weights plus perimeter weighting under the face. The resulting deep CG provides stability throughout the stroke, while the perimeter weighting adds forgiveness and solid feel. The result is unmatched stability and a great roll.

Futura X features four stainless heel-toe weights, two 20-gram weights on the rear balance bar and two adjustable sole weights (configured depending on the length) in the front corners of the putter under the face.

The overall headweight of Futura X is 20 grams heavier than a standard Cameron Select putter, however, since much of the weight is located behind the axis of the shaft and not directly under the golfer's hands, the putter feels stable but not heavy during the stroke.

Cameron describes the new club as a "lethargic putter" suitable for those players who need a slow, steady stroke that doesn't jump around a lot.

The putter has a Frozen Titanium finish that helps reduce glare, two black sightlines and red cherry-dot weights in the sole and balance bar. The mid-milled face texture draws a crisp sound from the aluminum face and body.

Futura X is offered in standard lengths of 33, 34 and 35 inches, with Futura Mid (38 to 46 inches) and Long putters (44 to 52 inches) available through custom order only. A double-bend, stepless steel shaft with one shaft of offset provides a square, technical visual at address.

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