Plumbers to zero offset

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manxytagmanxytag  567WRX Points: 93Handicap: 5.1Members Posts: 567 Golden Tee
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Through boredom of golf equipment at the moment I am wanting some help.



I have an Odyssey 2 ball blade with a plumbers neck and I would to have zero offset (not bothered about the neck)



I have tried posting this as I am in the UK but not having any joy.



so I am going to try doing this myself or find someone who can.



Just need some advice really.



thanks
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  • PreppySlapCutPreppySlapCut This is just babytown frolics...  6574WRX Points: 253Members Posts: 6,574 Titanium Tees
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    Bastain Milled and Slighter would probably be your best bets if you’re looking for a new neck.
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  • JagpilotohioJagpilotohio 45+ inch drivers are evil. Columbus, OH 7270WRX Points: 579Handicap: 1.8Members Posts: 7,270 Titanium Tees
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    I’m actually considering doing a zero offset flow neck Scotty 5w myself. I detest single bend shafts but I like the head quite a bit.



    Kyle at Bastain milled does these conversions all the time. He as an Instagram account.



    https://instagram.com/bastain_milled?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=kflajujfkasb
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    Bastain Milled and Slighter would probably be your best bets if you're looking for a new neck.


    Slighter has retired, Bastain does great work. I had him convert a plumbers to a long neck plumbers and it was amzing, just don't expect a quick turn around on craftsmanship.
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  • BY#99BY#99  348WRX Points: 38Handicap: 10Members Posts: 348 Greens
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    I am glad I stumbled upon this thread. I have an original Mike Method putter that I love the feel and everything about. I just cannot stand a plumbers neck and was ready to sell. If there is an option for a slant or flow neck I would keep. I sent Kyle a note to check in this type of job. I am hoping it can be done and at a reasonable price.
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    BY#99 wrote:


    I am glad I stumbled upon this thread. I have an original Mike Method putter that I love the feel and everything about. I just cannot stand a plumbers neck and was ready to sell. If there is an option for a slant or flow neck I would keep. I sent Kyle a note to check in this type of job. I am hoping it can be done and at a reasonable price.




    That Depends on what “reasonable” means to you. The conversion will cost FAR more than that Nike putter is currently worth.
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    14* Cally 815 alpha fuji 665 X 42"
    16* Cally 815 alpha fuji 665 X, 41.5" (set to 17*)
    19* Titleist 816 H2 fuji 8.8X TS 40.0"
    4-7 2016 Hogan PTx, KBS Tour V, 120X.  
    Ping i210 8 & 9 Proto 125 F5 hardstepped 1x.
    Ping glide 2 46-12, 50-12, 54-14 (at 55) stealth, Vokey SM6 60M (61). Wedges Recoil Proto 125 F5
    33.5" Ghost spider slant neck.
    Srixon Z-star XV
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  • semarlorsemarlor Charlotte, NC 898WRX Points: 291Members Posts: 898 Golden Tee
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    BY#99 wrote:


    I am glad I stumbled upon this thread. I have an original Mike Method putter that I love the feel and everything about. I just cannot stand a plumbers neck and was ready to sell. If there is an option for a slant or flow neck I would keep. I sent Kyle a note to check in this type of job. I am hoping it can be done and at a reasonable price.




    That Depends on what “reasonable” means to you. The conversion will cost FAR more than that Nike putter is currently worth.




    This is 100% correct. I spent more than what I paid for my X5 to add the flow neck...but I love the putter so it was worth it to me.
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  • MaximilianMaximilian  1491WRX Points: 285Members Posts: 1,491 Platinum Tees
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    Peter at the PutterRoom in the UK is fantastic! He does all kinds of modifications at a very reasonable cost and the quality is fantastic! He’s modified two putters for me and I have nothing but praise for him.
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  • BY#99BY#99  348WRX Points: 38Handicap: 10Members Posts: 348 Greens
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    semarlor wrote:


    BY#99 wrote:


    I am glad I stumbled upon this thread. I have an original Mike Method putter that I love the feel and everything about. I just cannot stand a plumbers neck and was ready to sell. If there is an option for a slant or flow neck I would keep. I sent Kyle a note to check in this type of job. I am hoping it can be done and at a reasonable price.




    That Depends on what “reasonable” means to you. The conversion will cost FAR more than that Nike putter is currently worth.




    This is 100% correct. I spent more than what I paid for my X5 to add the flow neck...but I love the putter so it was worth it to me.




    We’ll I do like the putter but not that much to spend a few hundred on.
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