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Mine is the 'Scotty Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport 2' ... However, putters are very tricky to evaluate. You need to know if you are a back and thru or an arc putter. If you are a back and thru putter you should consider a face balanced putter and if you are an arc putter then you need to look at toe weighted putters. Large headed putters allow for more forgiveness than off center putts. Blade putters require more center hits and sometimes will turn in your hand if your grip gets loose. The grip of a putter is also a critical factor. Some grips will make the putter feel that you can keep you putter head moving towards the target better. Also the length of the putter is very important as well. Try a lot of putters and make sure you putt at least 10 putts with each and vary the distance. As the old saying goes... "Drive is for show, Putt is for doe".. :-)