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2014 Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo Putter Review

2014 Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo Putter Review

New Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo Putter Review: $349.99

When the list was released for club reviews for 2014, the 2nd Swing blog staff went into a feeding frenzy.  We ALL wanted to review the new Cameron putters.  I must have been one of the first, because I was fortunate enough to get the GoLo Series. 

 

Performance (5 out of 5 stars)

I’ve been a mallet-style putter for a number of years now, and the GoLo Series (GoLo 3, GoLo 5, GoLo 5S, and GoLo 7) are all mallet putters.  I’m taking it as a sign.

Taking a few practice strokes, I noticed how the GoLo was easy to set-up and align.  No need for me to use my hands to adjust the putter head.  The weights in the heel and toe have been calibrated to match with the length of the putter.

The 35-inch model has lighter heads while the 33-inch models have heavier heads.  Personally, I’m a fan of using a heavier putter head.  It allows me an easier time to get a good momentum going on my putting stroke.

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One of the trademarks of using a Cameron putter is the feel.  This year’s versions of the Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo Putter confirm that feel is not lost.  The ball comes off the putter face cleanly.

Look (4.5 out of 5 stars)

The first thing you will note when picking up the new 2014 GoLo Series is the color of the putter head.  Gone is the black matte finish (See Futura X.).  This year, Mr. Cameron chose a “silver mist” finish. 

I personally like the color, and the lines are clean.  

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Technology (4.5 out of 5 stars)

You have four models that differ in size and neck configurations to choose from when looking down at the putter.

Now for the tricky part:  I’m a left-handed putter.  My only option with the GoLo Series is the GoLo 5.  Fortunately, it was my preferred putter.  With a single-bend offset and personally pleasing head design, and I would be ordering the putter in a 33-inch length, so the head will be heavier, which I like as well.  While I got lucky with the design matching my eye, I’ve always wished more putter models were made available for those of us putting from the “other side.”

I cannot honestly report on spin and bounce of the ball since I was putting indoors, so that will need to be a follow-up once the weather is better in Minnesota or I decide to skip town and visit Missouri (It has been in the 60s and 70s down there.).

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Final Thoughts (overall 5 stars)

The 2014 Cameron GoLo Series is a winner.  But for best performance, you should definitely visit 2nd Swing online and be fit properly.  You want the correct length, loft, lie and putter grip for maximum performance and more confidence with your putting.

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