Circle T - Collect or game?

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By Justin V

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  1. Justin V

    Justin V
    Milton, MA

    Hey TT - curious what you all think - for the folks lucky enough to own a Circle T putter, who sits them on a shelf and who actually puts them into play? Trolled around the web and didn't really see much on the topic...thanks for the responses!

  2. jonathan r

    jonathan r
    cazenovia, NY

    I game a few of them and a few are wall hangers.
  3. ADeLucia

    ADeLucia
    Raleigh NC

    I'm looking for a good one to game currently
  4. Damn must be cool to own one let along few to game and a few to hang.
  5. They are tools, beautifully crafted tools, but tools none the less. IMHO they are meant to be used. Treat them well, always use a head over, and they will look good for years. When it starts to show wear send it back to the Custom Shop. The folks there will restore it to its glory. Now if Tiger is a buddy of yours and he gives you his Scotty when he retires, that one I would hang on a wall.
  6. beaureed445

    beaureed445
    Edmond, OK

    Collect. But that's just my opinion.....I haven't spent the $$$ to get one.
  7. Tyler H

    Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

    I've had a Circle T 350 gram 009 in play for 7 or 8 years now. I look at other putters from time to time, but nothing has come close to kicking it out of the bag. There is just something about the patina it has developed overtime that is a thing of beauty.

    TH
  8. Speedy

    Speedy
    Newmarket, NH

    Tyler H said:

    I've had a Circle T 350 gram 009 in play for 7 or 8 years now. I look at other putters from time to time, but nothing has come close to kicking it out of the bag. There is just something about the patina it has developed overtime that is a thing of beauty.

    TH

    Highs, ya 009 is a beauty and roll it VERY WELL!
  9. JAM

    JAM

    Put them in play. It's no fun just looking at them.
  10. Luke H

    Luke H
    Eau Claire, WI

    I don't have a Circle T, but if I did, I'd game it. I'd want to enjoy using one of the top Scotty's out there, rather then just look at it.
  11. Andrew A

    Andrew A
    Charlotte, NC

    If I were lucky enough to own one, I would game it for sure.
  12. i Think I would have to game it if I was lucky enough to get one. I take great care of my putters with headcover always on & wipe it down after each use.
  13. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    Game it.
  14. larry m

    larry m
    columbiana, OH

    If I own it. I play it
  15. Game it!! Tools, not jewels!
  16. Rich B

    Rich B
    sunol, CA

    MHuff said:

    Game it!! Tools, not jewels!

    Learn the moves then Play with passion and enjoy the journey.
  17. Brent Wells

    Brent Wells
    El Paso, TX

    I have gamed mine since the day it arrived. I personally couldn’t have them sit around. I have seen some nice collector pieces and understand why the choose to hang them. For me, I want to put it into action.

    Great thread,
    Brent
  18. I’m a monogamist when it comes to putters. I’ve used the same one for more than 40 years. But my son bought me and my wife (she has won several club championships at five different clubs over the years) Scotty Cameron putters three years ago. But we never wanted to change putters so we left them in our closet.
    But a year ago we bought a winter home in Florida and bought a second set of clubs so we would have a set in Massachusetts and another in Florida. I started using the Scotty Cameron and I love it and will eventually abandon my old putter when we move to Florida full time.
    What makes the Scotty Cameron putter so special is that you don’t feel you are stroking the ball. It’s invisible. It feels like it’s a part of my body.
  19. Eric H

    Eric H
    Ridgway, PA

    You have to game it! Those things were made to drop putts!!
  20. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Some are gamed and other are pure wall-hangers or carpet putting!
  21. Chris92009

    Chris92009
    Cincinnati, Ohio

    There are two types of Circle T's...the first is sub $9,000 approx., and you can game these no problem; the second type is typically north of $9,000 (deluxe and garage models for instance) that you do not want to game since the depreciation would be too much potentially. At the SC Japan gathering (see pictures) in May the 9 special putters he sold would be examples you could game but I would only use them at wall hangers.

    IMHO! Regardless have fun with CT's
    Chris
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  22. BK

    BK
    Williston, VT

    Gamers meant to game!
  23. Aaron

    Aaron
    Cowdenbeath

    definitely game. :)

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