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Titleist has launched the Select GoLo 5 and GoLo S5 models, the newest addition to the Scotty Cameron line of Titleist putters.
The new Select GoLo 5 and GoLo S5 putters are mallet-styled, with a compact, rounded profile. They also feature Select Weighting technology to provide balance and stability.
Cameron spoke extensively to touring professionals and incorporated their feedback into the design of the new putter models.
The heads of the new putters are about 10 percent smaller than the Select GoLo and GoLo S models, and a slightly asymmetrical back profile, a pulled in heel and contained cavity sight lines help facilitate a flowing stroke along the ideal arc.
The GoLo 5 has a single bend shaft and the GoLo S5 has a straight, near centre shaft.
"Working with the best players in the world gives me incredible feedback," said Cameron.
"The GoLo 5 and S5 are the results of that feedback for a slightly smaller head, but with the look, feel and performance of the incredibly popular GoLo.
"For many players, the compact setup instills confidence and control to make a flowing stroke, and hole more putts."
As per all Select putters, the GoLo 5 and GoLo S5 have a deep-milled face for softer feel and sound. They also come complete with a tour-validated Black Mist finish for a glare-free look.
The new Titleist putter models will be available from mid-March.
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