Scotty Cameron Circa 62 Putter Review
The Scotty Cameron Circa 62 line of putters, made by Titleist, consists of five models: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 6 and No. 7. Each club comes with 4 degrees of loft, 330-gram head weight and a 71-degree lie.
The head is made of carbon steel with a precision-milled face and a mist finish to reduce glare. Each Circa 62 is stocked with a signature Cameron Red Baby T grip on a standard 35-inch shaft. Lefthanded clubs are available in the No. 2 model only.
Scotty Cameron Circa 62 putters offer soft feel and true rolls. The ball comes off the face quickly and gives true feedback, especially on off-centered putts. The grips are comfortable and stay positioned in the hands throughout the stroke. The 62s set up nicely and are sleek, simple-looking putters. Especially notable are the soft, mist finishes, which are easy to look at while putting.
The Circa 62 line has few drawbacks. The putters have a tendency of feeling a bit light, making them a bit unreliable for those with shaky putting strokes. The No. 6 and No. 7 models, being face-balanced, slightly make up for this flaw.
At around $300, the Cameron Circa 62 is worth the price tag and is at the top of its game with quality, reputation and reliability. Each model produces true rolls, great distance control and honest feedback, despite its seemingly light feel.