juansky wrote on Jan 15 2009, 02:35 PM:
I had the putter wiped clean and dipped in a bath of black anodize. I gave it the weathered look by rubbing it with fine steel wool. I haven't decided to color fill the letters yet since I like the machine look of it. Enjoy the pics!
glenwayputters wrote on Jan 15 2009, 01:49 PM:
you know, that one almost matches these.
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Joe2282 wrote on Jan 15 2009, 02:54 PM:
Don't let them take you down a peg man, if this was something coming from Cameron there would be twice as many posts and nothing more than the words oooohhhhhh and aaaaahhhhhhhh.
eddiea54 wrote on Jan 15 2009, 09:28 PM:
Paint it green and name it Shrek
NoPar4Me wrote on Jan 15 2009, 07:08 PM:
Everyone wants to be like Scotty......although I'm not sure this is like anything Scotty has ever done.
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Now that it's been done, I'm sure you'll see one from Scotty...and if it's a "tour" model, it'll sell like hotcakes.
I'm just kidding...though I just recently saw one of this designs that strangely resembles a Zebra putter.
NoPar4Me wrote on Jan 16 2009, 07:32 AM:
I'm sure you were just kidding........Scotty did it a long time ago.
I see David Mills is now using the term "garage". Go figure.
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