Loaded with legendary Scotty Cameron design, the new Dual Balance GoLo 7 putter is sure to inspire confidence in your putting game with rolls marked by decades of Scotty’s maste... more on EGolf MegastoreBuy it from EGolf Megastore
Loaded with legendary Scotty Cameron design, the new Dual Balance GoLo 7 putter is sure to inspire confidence in your putting game with rolls marked by decades of Scotty’s masterful putter craftsmanship.
The new Scotty Cameron GoLo putters are advanced, innovative multi-material designs featuring a lightweight aluminum face-sole core surrounded by a stainless steel frame delivering improved MOI for increased stability and forgiveness. The steel frame is seamlessly connected to the aluminum face-sole core at five key points utilizing new vibration dampening techology to deliver the softest feeling Cameron putter in recent years.
The new GoLo 5 and GoLo 5R are standard size mallets slightly larger than the previous generation and offer identical performance in two different shapes. GoLo 5 has a new octagonal back with horizontal and vertical sightlines, while GoLo 5R offers a traditional round shape without the extra horizontal sightlines.
The lightweight aluminum face-sole core design is milled from aircraft-grade aluminum integrating a precision-milled 303 stainless steel frame. This construction enhances the weighting around the perimeter, producing high MOI for stability throughout the stroke. Customizable heel and toe weights in the face-sole core help provide forgiveness at impact.
The face-sole core is a single piece of dark anodized lightweight aluminum that comprises the GoLo's sole and midsection, wraps up and around to create the face and pops through the flange to create the sightline field. The aluminum forms the entire putter face, as opposed to a traditional face insert that occupies only a specific center section of the face.
"The goal of the design was to move the weight out of the midsection and enhance the perimeter weighting like a horseshoe around the outside to create higher moment of inertia and increase the resistance to twist," said Scotty Cameron. "So the more we can get a horseshoe, getting the weight out and back, the better off we are on off-center hits."
> Loft: 3.5°
> Lie: 70°
> Offset: Full Shaft
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