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Oh Dear – Nike method ditched by Rory

by   |   January 18, 2013
Rory Scotty Cameron

Oh Dear – Nike method ditched by Rory. Looks like it is a moving target.

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3 Comments

  1. Scott

    January 21, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    Bottom line is this. I dont know any serious golfer that plays with Nike clubs other than watching Tiger who is an enigma anyway. I mean seriously. Go to any country club and you cant even find a Nike club anywhere. They’re crap. Rory was practically born with Titleist in his hands. I guess 40 mil can change anyone. Pretty hilarious to see him ditch the Method and whip out the Cameron. Nice job. I think someone is gonna write a book about this come mid summer. Classic.

  2. Rich

    January 19, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Troy, lets be honest and just say he putted badly! His putter change made absolutely no difference to his putting from round 1. Scotty make nice putters but I’m willing to bet that his Nike is the same weight, lie angle and length as the old Cameron. Ok so the feel is a little different but he didn’t pick the putter up on Wednesday and put it in play on Thursday! If they are the dominant force in putters worldwide then why did Ping putters pick up 2 majors last year? Look at the top 10 players in the world, 1 Scotty Cameron putter between them and it will illegal in 3 years (Adam Scott’s broomhandle).

  3. Troy Vayanos

    January 19, 2013 at 12:06 am

    I think it would be hard for Rory to give up his Scotty Cameron. I feel they are still the dominate force in putters worldwide.

    It’s one thing to change all of your irons but having a great putter and then switching is another.

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