Mackenzie makes some of the coolest carry bags I've ever seen and a +1 for NCW
Olson Putters https://olson-mfg.com/
Also some smaller golf clothing, apparel, art, and accessory companies:
Radry Golf https://radrygolf.com/
Muni Kids Golf https://munikids.com/
Fade Golf N' Stuff https://fadegolfnstuff.com/
Lowside Golfwear https://lowsidegolf.com/
Palm Golf Co. https://palmgolfco.com/
Lie + Loft https://lieandloft.com/
Ball markers and other cool stuff...
CNC Creations https://www.cnccreationsshop.com/
Johnston Gray Design https://www.johnstongraydesigns.com/
NCW built me the best fitting, looking, feeling wedges I've ever played. They have my vote.
Seeing RobYakes' post with CNC and Johnston Gray I'd never heard of either and am impressed by their stuff. I couldn't find anything available for a price I'd feel comfortable playing but became interested in a cool copper ball marker (because why not?). That led to some online research where I discovered Liberty Ball Markers. Yesterday on a complete impulse I ordered a marker that enables you to design your own. Later I realized there was another similar "design your own" that also lets you select hammered edge so I emailed Liberty to inquire about changing and heard back within a couple of hours that it'd be no problem. I also asked to change from 1.5" to 1.25" diameter. That's great service on what was really my mistakes. Looking forward to receiving, this was literally the first I'd heard of this company and I'll report back when my custom design marker is in hand. Here's the style I ultimately ordered in torched copper finish with hammered edge: https://libertyballmarkers.com/shop/ols/products/custom-ball-marker
McKenzie golf bags gets my vote. Such amazing looking bags.
I’ve built putters with Cody James, Mackmade, Geom and Logan Olson. I have had a very positive opinion of these guys during all of the builds. Some of them get a bad rap as to flooding the market with putters. There are so many more that I would love to game. Someday maybe. What drives me to keep buying is the personal touches that each one of these artisan put into there works of art. It’s expensive and addictive habit.
TM M5 tour c/w Accra TZ5 75
TM M5 rocket 3 wood c/w GD AD XC 70tx
TM Sim 3 hybrid c/w Tensei White 90tx
Miura MC-501 3-PW c/w ctaper 125+ black
Vokey 50,54,58 (bent to 59) c/w dg ti onyx s-400
Olson Fastback, Betti Inovai 6.0 (ltd Black), Goodwood Senna flowneck
Titleist AVX or TP5X
Irons: National Custom Works
Wedges: JP Golf
Head covers: Robert mark golf
Ball Markers and Divot tools: Lamb Crafted
Putters: Logan Olson (only b/c tyson lamb's custom putters are borderline impossible to get)
I had a similarly great experience with Liberty Ball Markers and I thought they did an awesome job, I was very happy with the custom ball marker I ordered.
Nike Dymo SR8T FIT 10.5*
Callaway Diablo Octane Tour 15*
Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro U 3 17* (set at 16)
Callaway Rogue 4H 20
Mizuno T-Zoid Pro 5-PW
Vokey SM-5 Raw M Grind 50-04
Vokey SM-5 Raw M Grind 54-14
Vokey SM-5 Raw M Grind 58-04
Odyssey Protype #6 340g / Gripmaster Signature Tour Black Grip
Titleist Pro v1 (2017)
Lamkin UTx .580 Blue
Indi Golf. Just ordered two wedges on a whim. 50 and 58. Love the shape per online pics. I’m picky about club shape.
I'm digging Cody James and Brandon Matthew putters lately.
Goodwood golf co has some nice looking putters
Talked with SUB 70 this past week and I may be inclined to try out one of their 2 Iron Utilities in the near future. Love the aesthetic. Have had great experiences with Hurricane Golf, good people.
Olson Manufacturing. Probably the only company I'm man crushing over right now, if I was still working I'd put my name in for a putter but that will have to wait.
I'm going with Sub70. They make stuff that mortals can both play and afford.
would new new level golf count? I didn't see that anyone mention their name.
Three that I’ve used in the past and can’t say enough about....
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