Custom Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2


The Project

I don’t have too much to cover here, nor is this too crazy from anything else I’ve posted on the site, but I really liked how it came out so I thought I may as well share with you.  I have a Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 sitting in my basement that I wasn’t going to bag anytime soon and would most likely take a bath on it if I tried to sell it so I thought, “What the hell, let’s fry it up.”


The Process

The putter was mint so it needed basically zero prep work.  All I had to do was pull the head, remove the weights and their O rings, remove all of the paint, degrease the putter, and torch away.  As I mentioned in my Select Roundback project, I thought the translucent red/torched gold color was one of the sickest color combinations you can come up with, so I figured it was worth taking the boring regular version that everyone else has and class it up a bit.  I love how the red reflects off of the gold.  As usual with a project like this, the pictures don’t do it justice.

Anyway, I hope you like it…

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Bill Bush

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Bill is a true golf gear nerd by definition who loves making custom club creations in his garage with tools like sledge hammers, blow torches, and his bare hands. When Bill isn't working on, or in the garage, he is a technology manager living in the Chicago suburbs with his wife and kids.

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  1. Well done!

  2. This looks awesome! Did you sand and Polish this one the same as you did for your buddy’s Newport 2 project? If not, how do you think the bronze and reds would have popped on this one then? Thanks