Am I the only one with a ZAAP putter out here?

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CowpsCowps Members  7WRX Points: 0Posts: 7
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Tommy Armour ZAAP putters
Funny....but I did a search on this site for "ZAAP" and there were zero findings!

I've had it since 1990 and it has seen many a good putt. But it is time to move on. But I thought I would check with anyone out here who may have one still, or knows if there is a small segment of the population who are collecting these perfectly balanced putters.

Any info would help!


  • yankees06yankees06 Members  1172WRX Points: 55Posts: 1,172 Platinum Tees
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    i remember those putters, i was like 14, and the pro the course only had stuff that "fell" off a truck in utica. but i do remember them. can you post some pictures of your putter?
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  • CowpsCowps Members  7WRX Points: 0Posts: 7
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    Sure...I'm always keeping extra pics of my clubs laying around!

    I recall, some of the early ZAAP's had a sticker that said "ZAAP" instead of the engraving on the back of the putter. I believe that the engraving indicates a first year release...but not sure.

    It came with a head cover, which I believe is some where in Myrtle Beach, in head cover heaven!
  • bruindukebruinduke Charter Members  867WRX Points: 99Posts: 867 Golden Tee
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    I bagged a ZAPP in the early 90s and it was pretty deadly. As a starving student back in those days I didn't change equipment nearly as often. Not sure why I moved away from it. Always the thought of something more expensive also meant more holed putts. I think since it was in my bag for so long it became the standard of everything I looked for in a putter.

    I still remember the ads in Golf Digest. It promised to get the ball rolling earlier and illustrations of a dotted line for some putters and a single solid line to prove the ZAPP roll. Still a great putter. I just have to dig it out of the bags in the garage...

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