Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Kombi (Putters)
Titleist | Putters | Add A Review
The Studio Select Kombi line is available in standard, mid and long length models – Kombi (33", 34", 35"), Kombi Mid (43") and Kombi Long (50"). Each Kombi is precision milled from lightweight 6061 Aircraft Aluminum and features Studio Select weighting technology. Kombi putters incorporate a thick face and three-point weighting, that is, weights in the heel, toe and back. The result is unmatched solid feel and sound in a mallet putter. The combination of the three-point weighting technology and a deep CG produce a balanced putter that is stable throughout the stroke for forgiveness and great roll.
The Standard Kombi putter comes with circular weights in the heel and toe that allow for a variety of length and weight combinations to fit any putting stroke or style. This flexibility makes it easy for golfers to choose a Kombi putter with the length and weight they require. On the Kombi Mid and Long putters, the rear circular weight is replaced with a central bar weight to create the optimum head weight and balance for the longer lengths.
All Kombi putters feature a clean, double-bend stepless shaft with a full shaft of offset that provides an unobstructed look at address, while T-shaped, red ink sight lines provide precise alignment references on the topline and body. A misted topline with a sight line along the rear edge reduces visual thickness and makes face alignment easy. The Kombi offers a player-preferred shape and body size that flows into the ground from topline to rear.
Kombi putters are finished with Tour-inspired, bold red three-dot graphics and a red Cameron cord grip. The grip on the Kombi Mid and Long is a 2-piece Split Red Cameron. Each Studio Select Kombi putter includes a silver headcover with bold, red, Tour-inspired graphics. The Studio Select Kombi and Kombi Mid feature 4 degrees of loft and 71 degrees of lie, while the Kombi Long offers 4 degrees of loft and a 79 degree lie angle. All three models can be bent plus or minus 2 degrees.