The 2nd. The Museum & Gallery membership.

As we mentioned in the first column, we were going to talk more about putters but since we have been getting several questions about the annual event, we would like to talk about the Museum & Gallery membership today.

In general this is a group of people who enjoy Scotty Cameron and his tour putters. Members get privileges as explained on our website (please refer the membership page for more details) and have a chance to join the annual gathering. We organize the gathering once a year for a duration 2 days. Scotty always comes to
Japan to attend this. On the first day, Scotty will introduce his putters and other goods specially prepared for this day. Members will have a chance to purchase them as well as get a Scotty Cameron autograph, then there will be a reception party.




On the second day, there will be a golf tournament followed by a commendation ceremony. The winner of the tournament will be presented a specially made trophy by Scotty. The last gathering in 2007, Mr. Sadao Watanabe a professional jazz musician and also a user of the tour Napa, had a special live performance after the dinner on the first day and everybody had an excellent time. We hope you will become a member and attend the gathering and enjoy it with us. If you are already a member and have some ideas about what we can do at this year gathering, please let us know.

The 1st. Scotty’s current work.

We would like to share news and information about Scotty Cameron and his tour putters with those of you who have visited the Museum & Gallery website. Today it’s about Scotty’s current work. Scotty’s putters have been the most used among the USPGA tour players for a long time. You know his putters aren’t just tools by the fact that every pro player who loves and uses Scotty’s putters (such as Tiger Woods) visits his studio. Scotty personally attends about 10 tournaments a year and the Titleist representatives attend other games which Scotty can’t make. From the end of January the California series starts, and it is the busiest season for Scotty because many pros visit his studio in

San Diego during that time. Scotty has long sessions with an each pro; selecting and adjusting their putters, checking their putting strokes, and correcting them if needed. He is indeed busy in his studio throughout day. With state of the art equipment, the pros can have peculiarities in their stroke or weak points checked and corrected. In overcoming their weak points and fitting the putter to their specifications, pros realize the greatness of Scotty. Currently only pros and a very few friends can enter the studio. If you are not one of the lucky few, then you wouldn’t be able to see the inside of the studio. However, at the Scotty Cameron Museum & Gallery we have a DVD recorded tour of Scotty’s studio continuously playing and guided by Scotty himself. Please come and visit us and see his studio for yourself.

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