Scotty Cameron Studio Select putters

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As well as a new range of drivers, woods and rescue clubs Titleist is also reengineering its short game products for 2009 with a keenly awaited new line of Titleist Vokey SM wedges and some further additions to Scotty Cameron's Studio Select putter range.

The new models follow hot on the heels of the stunning 2008 Newport range which won Best on Test in our recent magazine putter test (Issue 247) and like those, feature stainless steel heel/toe weighting inserts optimsed for each length.

Four new models will soon be available including a Newport Fastback and Newport Squareback, which are slightly fatter versions of the classic blade. The Newport 2.6 and 2.7 feature the popular Newport look but with some different hosel options e.g. The 2.6 has a heel single-bend shaft whilst the 2.7 has straight centre-shaft. Scotty now provides eight different options in the Newport and they are all beautifully crafted and finished.

2009 is set to be a cracking year for Scotty Cameron and just like we said in the magazine, he is definitely back, bang on form!

Keep your eyes peeled for more news in print and online and as soon as we get the goodies we'll be bringing you some first hit video reviews.

 Titleist 2009 Launch

 Titleist Vokey SM wedges

Titleist Vokey SM wedges
The much sought after Titleist Vokey SM wedges are to undergo a revamp for 2009 and Todaysgolfer.co.uk has all the official details.

 Titleist 909 hybrid

Titleist 909 hybrid
The Titleist 909 range has already created lots of interest after it was put into play at the USPGA and the Titleist 909 hybrid is one of the favourites.

 Titleist 909 F2 & F3 fairway woods

Titleist 909 F2 & F3 fairway woods
Think of Titleist fairway woods and you conjure up images of high performance better player clubs that are harder to hit than some game improvers - well you can think again with the launch of the Titleist 909 F2 and Titleist 909 F3 fairway woods.

 Titleist 909 DComp, D2 & D3 drivers

Titleist 909 DComp, D2 & D3 drivers
Better players and avid Titleist fans love the new Titleist DComp, D2 and D3 drivers as TG has found in recent testing.