The following video takes an enthusiastic Cameron Collector through the process of being fitted for a putter. Enjoy.
In this video Ryan Crysler takes an avid Cameron Collector through a detailed process of stroke evaluation in order to evaluate necessary adjustments to one of this person’s Scotty Cameron putters.
What I found interesting about this video was a tool called the Cameron cube which looks like a putter attachment that is designed to help a golfer with releasing the swing at the correct time. The device essentially is a square with a hole in the middle that goes on the face of the putter. The ball is then placed in the hole. The golfer then swings through the ball and as the cube is get higher off the ground the ball is free to move forward. This uncovers the natural direction of the ball based on a golfers swing. The golfer can then adjust their swing so that the ball goes straight.
The conclusion on this video was for the golfer to practice their swing instead of any loft adjustments being made to the putter.