All the Scotty Cameron Select putters have deep-milled faces that Titleist says softens both the feel and sound at impact; and all have a black mist finish.
Five of the putters are blades, and the five Cameron Select blades replace the previous Studio Select line of putters. The Cameron Select blade models are the Newport, Newport 1.5, Newport 2, Newport 2.6 and Notchback. These putters come in lengths of 33, 34 and 35 inches, and heavier configurations are available as a custom option (and designated 34H and 35H).
The Cameron Select mallets - GoLo, GoLo Mid, GoLo S and GoLo S Mid - replace the Studio Select Kombi Mallet and Kombi Mid lines in the Scotty Cameron stable. The conventional-length mallets come in 33, 34 and 35 inches, and the mid-length (belly putter) versions in 43 inches (although lengths from 40 to 46 inches can be customized).
Two long putters - the Cameron Select Big Sur and Big Sur S - replace the Studio Select Kombi Long line. All other Cameron Select putters are constructed from 303 stainless steel, but the two Big Sur long models are made from aluminum. The standard length is 49 inches, but lengths from 46 to 52 inches can be custom ordered.
Finally, the Newport 2 also comes in a mid-length model.
All the Cameron Select putters use the Select weighting system with red-dot weights in the soles; have stepless steel shafts (of varying bends, depending on model); have standard lie angles of 71 degrees but can be adjusted +/- 2 degrees; and have standard lofts of 4 degrees but can be adjusted +/- 1 degree.
The blades plus the GoLo models began shipping to retail outlets on April 1, 2012; the mid- and long putters reach retail on May 1, 2012. All the Scotty Cameron Select putter models have MSRPs at the time of launch of $375. titleist.com