New performance balanced weighting expands on Scotty’s use of customizable sole weights to tune putter performance and feel at all lengths. While overall putter head weights remain unchanged, the incorporation of tungsten for the blades and stainless steel for the mid-mallets produces a larger sweet spot and enhanced stability in each model.
Returning to the roots of sound and feel, each Special Select model has been designed and milled in the United States from a block of solid 303 stainless steel for legendary performance and playability with consistent sound and soft feel.
Each Special Select putter is accessorized with Scotty’s new Pistolini Plus grip that marries the Pistolini shape with a less tapered lower hand profile for feel and performance.
With an over-arching attention to creating Tour-preferred sleeker profiles, as well as slightly thinner and flatter toplines, Special Select putters maintain traditional overall head weight, yet display notable refinements in face height, neck position, hosel depth, corner radius shaping, flange thickness and sole weight technology to sit better, sound better and perform better.
Long favored by touring professionals for its utility when setting up to putt, Scotty incorporated into the blades his soft tri-sole design, which provides a self-soling feature at address for proper setup and an aesthetically pleasing view of the topline from the moment the putter is placed on the green.
The Special Select line includes five different neck or shaft options for better alignment and preferred toe flow properties. From the cleaned up and repositioned new plumbing neck to the crisp lines of the small slant and new slantback necks—not to mention the mid-bend shaft-over-spud setup of the Flowback 5—each of the Special Select neck styles has been designed with an eye toward easier alignment, visibility and setup.