The event at Bearwood Lakes featured a number of special edition putters and rare headcovers.
A number of Tour players' putters and special edition designs, rare headcovers, bags and other kit were displayed on the putting green at the course in Berkshire.
Henry Byrne, the Scotty Cameron rep in the UK, was also in attendance. There were 12 collectors in total who brought their equipment to the course, some of whom are plus handicap players,
Byrne did a Q&A, told stories from the Tour and brought kit along for attendees to try.
Organised through the Cameron Collector website, the day was a low key event but one of a series of national and regional events held all over the world.
Cameron started his own company, Cameron Golf International, in 1992 with his wife, Kathy. The aim was to create the best putters for professionals players. One year later, Bernhard Langer used one of his putters to win the Masters.
To date, 31 major championships have been won using Scotty Cameron putters.
We were given access to some of the photos from the event, which you can cast your eye over below!
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