09 TP Mills Thursday PGA Merchandise Show

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  • TM golf guyTM golf guy Members  9985WRX Points: 1Posts: 9,985 Titanium Tees
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    T.P. would be very proud of David. He has done a great job filling his dad's shoes. Amazing stuff.
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  • MedicaptainMedicaptain Never Forget Members  1170WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,170
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    AGREED!...well done!
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  • RedmanRedman Members  2761WRX Points: 56Posts: 2,761 Titanium Tees
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    That is some absolutely AWESOME face milling on some of those putters. I love the deep milling!
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  • mth1081mth1081 Members  563WRX Points: 0Posts: 563
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    love the headcovers and plexi glass cubes.
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  • dehdeh Members  472WRX Points: 65Posts: 472 Greens
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    that copper putter is a thing of beauty.
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  • DRGJR72DRGJR72 Members  2337WRX Points: 56Handicap: PGAPosts: 2,337 Platinum Tees
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    Wow!! Amazing stuff there. Love the high toe putters and some of the putter covers.
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    Hybrid: Adams LSP
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  • Scottyboy1220Scottyboy1220 Jr. Boomers  215WRX Points: 0Posts: 215
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    Did anyone by chance spot the volcano cover there? Or any new kool aid outtings possibly lol
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  • KevCarterKevCarter WisconsinClubWRX  12933WRX Points: 480Posts: 12,933 ClubWRX
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    I'm loving the stampings. Beautiful putters!



    KC
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    Scottyboy1220 wrote on Jan 30 2009, 10:00 AM:
    Did anyone by chance spot the volcano cover there? Or any new kool aid outtings possibly lol




    You're thinking Bettinardi.
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  • finalistfinalist MASHED POTATO! Members  5411WRX Points: 167Posts: 5,411 Bunkers
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    great showing!
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  • DavidRDavidR Members  1582WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,582
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    Looks like a lot of great stuff at the Mills booth. Did they sell out?
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  • jdefontjdefont Members  168WRX Points: 77Posts: 168 Fairways
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    Great post, the putters there were terrific! I was lucky enough to snag this copper softail.





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  • EzgolferEzgolfer Members  3179WRX Points: 148Posts: 3,179 Titanium Tees
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    I like the 1030 ipft long toe plumber's neck. Where can i get one?
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  • JArmourJArmour Members  305WRX Points: 60Posts: 305 Bunkers
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    Simply stunning!



    I want the heel shafted mallet with the TP Mills Company on the face. SCHWEEEEEET!
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  • RobotDoctorRobotDoctor Senior Hacker ClubWRX  5390WRX Points: 1,130Posts: 5,390 ClubWRX
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    David is certainly crafting tremendous putters. I really like the One with Pocket design! I am not so much into the snow but that putter style is very nice. I really like the Copper SoftTail! Great purchase!!!
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  • glenwayputtersglenwayputters Members  2100WRX Points: 1Posts: 2,100 Platinum Tees
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    Thanks everyone for the kind words.



    The Mills Co. had a great show and would like to thank everyone for coming by the booth.



    If you purchased a putter, headcover, t-shirt, ballmarker or whatever, WE would like to say a huge "Thank You". Without the support of the folks on the forums, our jobs would be a lot tougher.



    Jay Green

    T.P. Mills Co.
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  • MONKLJMONKLJ Members  50WRX Points: 0Posts: 50
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    Man oh man, like the same feeling when I was a kid walking into a candy store, now I walk through David's store, pure perfection is all I can say image/bye.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wave:' />
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  • rmauritzrmauritz Members  129WRX Points: 72Posts: 129 Fairways
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    The High Toe is pretty sweet. I love my soft tail, I am A T.P. Mills follower for life!
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  • jdefontjdefont Members  168WRX Points: 77Posts: 168 Fairways
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    glenwayputters wrote on Feb 1 2009, 02:53 PM:
    Thanks everyone for the kind words.



    The Mills Co. had a great show and would like to thank everyone for coming by the booth.



    If you purchased a putter, headcover, t-shirt, ballmarker or whatever, WE would like to say a huge "Thank You". Without the support of the folks on the forums, we would really be in trouble.



    Jay Green

    T.P. Mills Co.






    Teriffic show, the booth was awesome! The whole staff was absolutely great!
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  • scottyallanbscottyallanb Berkley High School Golf Coach Members  1735WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,735
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    Never fails that they have some great offerings. Great pics and like always classy classy putters.



    Scotty B
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  • Lefty CatLefty Cat Team Bonecrusher Lefty Boomers  1560WRX Points: 61Posts: 1,560 Platinum Tees
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    I was bummed by the time I made it over on Friday there was only two leftys left, both tour issue. The heavier of the two had a rust spot which kind of spooked me. I really wanted to see some Softtails there.
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  • golfer1989golfer1989 Members  125WRX Points: 55Posts: 125 Fairways
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    They had a great booth. Everyone was friendly and David was there every time I passed by, shows that he really cares about his creations. Here is my putter I got at the show, I was gonna sell it when I got home because the wife didn't like it so much, but couldn't bring myself to do it.
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  • TempusFugitTempusFugit Acquafragile Members  374WRX Points: 0Posts: 374
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    Oh these are some nice putters.....
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    Driver : Srixon Z745 10.5* Stiff / Callaway Bertha Mini 1.5 Stiff
    3W : Callaway X2 Hot Tour Stiff
    5W : Adams XTD-ti 15* Stiff
    3Hi : Adams XTD-ti 20* Stiff
    4Hi : Adams XTD-ti 23* Stiff
    Irons : 4-7 Wilson Staff FG Tour V2, 8-PW Wilson Staff FG59
    50* : Wilson Staff PMP
    56* : Wilson Staff PMP
    Putter : Wilson Staff 8802

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  • touchtouch Asheville, NCCharter Members  4276WRX Points: 1,877Posts: 4,276 Titanium Tees
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    I think these putter look like the efforts of Cameron on LSD.

    Busy and over worked. Yuck form me.
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  • RobotDoctorRobotDoctor Senior Hacker ClubWRX  5390WRX Points: 1,130Posts: 5,390 ClubWRX
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    Keep in mind that these putters were made for the show. Generally a putter with "bling" is going to sell at the show. I also prefer a more muted putter but there is something about some of these stamps that is appealing to me.
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  • herd8497herd8497 Members  386WRX Points: 0Posts: 386
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    touch wrote on Feb 13 2009, 01:40 AM:
    I think these putter look like the efforts of Cameron on LSD.

    Busy and over worked. Yuck form me.




    I understand where you're coming from with "busy". I personally don't like things overdone either. I see these Mills' differently though. They are all handstamped which is one of the main reasons I bought a 1310 MUD Soft Tail. They have all been attended to by one man. David Mills has his name on the putter and he has done all the work. There are Very Very few putter makers whom that can be said about.
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  • GetinDAhole26GetinDAhole26 Members  421WRX Points: 0Posts: 421
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    herd8497 wrote on Feb 14 2009, 08:27 PM:
    touch wrote on Feb 13 2009, 01:40 AM:
    I think these putter look like the efforts of Cameron on LSD.

    Busy and over worked. Yuck form me.




    I understand where you're coming from with "busy". I personally don't like things overdone either. I see these Mills' differently though. They are all handstamped which is one of the main reasons I bought a 1310 MUD Soft Tail. They have all been attended to by one man. David Mills has his name on the putter and he has done all the work. There are Very Very few putter makers whom that can be said about.




    I love t.p mills putters and for some reason, his stampings just "work." There is usually a lot going on but everything seems to compliment the putter well.



    I will use T.P mills putters for a long time.
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  • tputttputt Members  1WRX Points: 0Posts: 1
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    So many awesome putters, I love all the custom work and stampings.



    Wish I could have been there to see them in person.



    Keep up the excelent work!
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  • tpmillsfan72tpmillsfan72 P.G.A. Professional Members  223WRX Points: 50Posts: 223 Fairways
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    THIS IS EXACTLY WHY I CANT SLEEP AT NIGHT!!!!!!!!!!
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    herd8497 wrote on Feb 14 2009, 06:27 PM:
    touch wrote on Feb 13 2009, 01:40 AM:
    I think these putter look like the efforts of Cameron on LSD.

    Busy and over worked. Yuck form me.




    I understand where you're coming from with "busy". I personally don't like things overdone either. I see these Mills' differently though. They are all handstamped which is one of the main reasons I bought a 1310 MUD Soft Tail. They have all been attended to by one man. David Mills has his name on the putter and he has done all the work. There are Very Very few putter makers whom that can be said about.




    Having read a lot of WITB's of users on a couple different forums & knowing that T.P.'s been around a while, it was nice to finally see what all the hubub's about. I have to 100% agree with herd's post...acid-trippin' Cameron, for sure. I like most of Cameron's work & particularly like the milled letters and the amazing finishes he uses (Black Pearl, the Teryliums, & my Lord the Damascus Steel putters were incredible) but all the hand stamping is just clutter and looks too grade-school to me.

    Personally, I buy what I can afford to play & not just stare at, so I've yet to pick up a S.C., preferring to play my Kirk Curries, which to me are immaculate in hand milling and are handled by either Kirk or Rick (the owners) from start to finish. I do like the one piece head & hosel design but also prefer the adjustability of the 2 pc design of most KC's & they're far more affordable and 'clean' My avatar reflects my prototype Copper Brazos that puts like a dream.

    I prefer the Betti's Scotty's and of course KC's to the T.P.'s. Thanks for the pics to confirm that I'm happy with what I got! I'm sure the T.P.'s putt great but they're definitely not for me....I do dig the copper 'soft tail' but could do without the 'black snow' dots and the Harley rip-off name black%20eye.gif
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