Lot # 36: Scotty Cameron 2007 Garage Putter w/ Flange Chatter

Category: Putters

Starting Bid: $400.00

Bids: 30 (Bid History)

Time Left: Auction closed
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Item was in Auction "Scotty Cameron Only - Hosted by Vog",
which ran from 6/6/2024 9:00 AM to
6/16/2024 9:00 PM

Offered here is a very rare 2007 Scotty Cameron Garage putter in black oxide finish, welded neck, brushed flange, and liberal use of what Scotty called his "retro stamp" on the face, sole, extreme toe and back.

From Vog: One of my favorites in this auction. Scotty first used a G stamp to designate a putter he made in his Garage back in 1993-likely on a putter he made for the tour while experimenting in his garage. In 1995/1996 he made precious few (I estimate less than 10 based on the number I've seen in person or pictures) Garage "handmade" Scott Cameron putters. He seemingly did not make another "Garage" putter until 2002 when he made 6 for the PGA Show, and then started making a handful or so for special events like the Cameron Convention or the Cameron M&G event in Japan. By then, he was likely making these totally in his studio, but they had all of the characteristics of those early, experimental putters. By 2014 he stopped making Garage putters, shifting to what he then called "Toolbox" putters, and later rebranded these special putters to Craftsman or Hand Crafted. This putter, in my opinion, was made in the heyday of these special putters. Sadly, for today's collectors, these older putters have disappeared. They've gone into people's closets, gun safes, etc., and rarely ever come up for sale publicly. 

34", condition is Mint 9.8+ of 10 in unused condition.

Certificate of Authenticity from Scotty Cameron