The Futura line of mallet putters from Scotty Cameron provides stability and forgiveness on the greens while maintaining the feel of traditional blades. The seven new Futura models continue the tradition with a variety of choices to fit just about any player's needs.
"Fans of the brand may remember the original Futura putter released over a dozen years ago, which was viewed as an experimental design that went on to be trusted to [win] several titles [on Tour]," said Scotty Cameron. "It's this focus on making putters for the best players in the game that drives me to continue to innovate, experiment and push the boundaries of what we offer to all dedicated golfers."
Categorized for ascending size, the multi-material Futura 5, 6, and 7s have a 303-stainless steel body and lightweight, milled aluminum face insert that wraps around to the sole. This design helps to increase MOI for added stability during the stroke and better performance on misses. Plus, a vibration dampening membrane between the face and body contribute to a solid, yet soft feel. Each new Futura mallet comes standard with midsize grips and two stainless steel sole weights—two 20-gram weights in the 33" models, two 15-gram weights in 34", and two 10-gram weights in 35"—for further customization.
The Futura 5CB (cavity back) and 5MB (muscleback) are midsize, rounded mallets. The 5CB has a single milled alignment line on the topline and black aircraft aluminum flange plate while the 5MB has a rounded stainless steel back flange with single milled alignment line.
The Futura 5W (wing) and 5S (straight shaft) are based on the previous X5 and X7M, respectively. The 5W has an updated alignment aid—white lines along the flange run parallel to the central alignment line—to help frame the ball at address. The 5S is a scaled down version of the X7M with a straight, center shaft.