Checklist to Avoid Fake Titleist Scotty Cameron Putters on Ebay

By: Casey Profita

Fake Scotty Cameron Putters on eBay



Yes folks, even golf clubs are fakes now at a rapid rate! Some hav great quality, some have very poor quality, but the truth of the matter is, they are there! Hard to spot, but easy to buy fake!



Quick Check List to Avoid Fake Scotty Cameron Putters!

- Avoid sellers with less than 100 feedback

- Avoid sellers selling more than one of the same club

- Avoid ALL sellers from China & India

- Avoid all sellers with no return policy and who don't accpet PayPal

- READ ALL FEEDBACK! Even some feedback is posted as Positive when the Buyer Claims the club is Fake!

- Even if the putter is listed as used, it still can be fake!

- Don't Buy on eBay!



Great Articles to Avoiding Fake Scotty Cameron Putters

The Studio Style is the most prevelent knock-off here on e-bay, so here's some pointers to help you spot the "fakes".

-One thing for sure with the covers is the Titleist logo, the "T" is much more curved on a fake, and the aligment is usually further left.

-Also look at the letters "A" and "M" the A on a fake comes to a point at the top, and is more curved on an original.

- The "M" is much more straight up and down than on an authentic headcover.

- As far as the club itself, most phonies will not have the proper shaft, if the shaft is "TrueTemper", be warned, it's not a stock shaft, or at least it's not common to see the actual "True Temper" written on the shaft itself.

-Additionally the Scotty Cameron sticker with club details will always be under the grip (not visible when at address), unless it's a full wrap-around, of course.

-The most important thing is to ask for additional photos from the seller of a Studio (SC) putter, or any suspicious Scotty, because there are many fakes on the market now, ask for detailed photos of the sole, cover, and milled face.

-Also, the back will not show any signs of (buffing) on the backside of a fake, it will look almost "powdery"; this is a good sign the club was never really finished in the "Studio".

- And Studio Style heads DO NOT COME WRAPPED IN PLASTIC!!!

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