Have I ruined my Scotty?

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By DOakley

  • 9 Replies
  1. DOakley

    Milton Keynes

    The silicone around the insert on my Scotty got pushed in so I thought I'd take it out and start again, but when I tried to take the insert out to clean around it the fittings were super tight, so tried to just ease the insert out and, well, as you can see from the pictures, it's ruined the insert.

    Whilst it doesn't actually affect the performance of it at all, aesthetically it's a disaster.

    I'm devestated.

    Any thoughts or ideas?

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  2. Phil G

    Phil G
    Orlando, FL

    Send it back to Scotty's lab. On his website you can send it back to him using his interactive page to refurbish your putter. Its not bad price wise considering what you have already shelled out for one of his putters already. Good luck!
  3. Send it back to Scotty's Custom Shop and let them handle it from here. Sir... step away from the GSS insert! lol
  4. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Oh man, i guess its a good excuse to send it to their facility and go ahead and customize to your liking. Add your initials or favorite paint color. Own it!
  5. Hendy

    Sterling Heights, MI

    I believe that what you have is "paint fill" flaking off. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

    If that's the case, find a Hobby Lobby and pick up some Testors enamel paint. Clean the groove really well with nail polish remover to clear out any old paint and let dry (I blow them out with air in a can). Then use a toothpick to dab in and spread the new paint. Clean up with the nail polish remover and a q-tip.


    Send it to Scotty Cameron Custom Shop. If you have any questions about Scotty's putters, you can send the an email on their site and you will get a response.
  6. Barry B

    Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    Send it in to Scotty's Custom Shop for a restoration. It may be expensive, but it's better than continuing to try and repair it yourself.
  7. Dwayne N

    Dwayne N
    Island, KY

    Scotty Cameron offers a restoration service but it isn't cheap you came find info on their website
  8. larry m

    larry m
    columbiana, OH

    My thought is it will probably have to be sent back for repair.
  9. Brian D

    Brian D
    Norton, MA

    So sorry to hear about the issue. I would honestly suggest reaching out. I would send along the pics above along with exactly what you used to remove the insert to the Scotty team. I included the contact info below for you...Best of luck.

    For questions, please feel free to contact us at (760) 591-9720 or by email at: customshop@acushnetgolf.com
  10. Get a tube of white water base caulk. Apply to putter, wipe off excess, let dry. Works great

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