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  1. Hey guys, thanks for the great comments. Very much appreciated!! Here's another putter for sale to add to this thread: Byron 612 in carbon steel with rincon neck and blue oil finish. I wasn't sure this was blue oil and pinged Byron on it. He called it "blue oil with natural aging"... Never heard or have seen one like this before, which kind of makes it unique. There are a couple pictures in the sun below to (try to) show the gray/blue effect. The indoor shots make it look blacker than it really is. Specs: putter is 350G head-weight, minimal offset on the rincon
  2. Picture?? Nearly all the Byron pipe necks I've got take straight .355 shafts. But the RINCON necks usually take a flare-tip shaft, which are harder to find and are I think .382 end diameter... Good luck
  3. T.P. Mills Flat-T is also sold. Thank you. Interesting (to me) that the Bettinardi - which I thought would be the most attractive putter and fastest to sell - is the one that is still left. Betti fans/collectors, where are you??
  4. Hey folks. Offering a few beautiful customs as part of a general clean-up. I am selling my last Bettinardi and T.P. Mills here (along with an extra Byron), and am going all Byron Morgan at this point. Here they are, all flow-neck, 34 inches long with Iomic mid-size (75g) grips: 1. Bettinardi BB8: Custom built by the Bettinardi Tour Department (no COA as they did not have the finish I wanted and I took it to BOS for that work) Carbon steel, high-gloss blue oil finish (see pictures). Headweight is 353 grams +/- as I recall Long pipe neck (3 inch) with kn
  5. Jmac, great B(ombora)-17. Don't see that many of those any more. I wonder how popular it's been for Byron since he rolled it out. Have you enjoyed yours? And it's also getting harder to find or see the other older models like DBCM (yours is pretty awesome), Channel Islands, even Epic Day. I guess the vast majority of the market is NP1/DH89 styles these days.... Or the big modern mallets like the Spider Keep the pictures coming folks. Happy to let this be a "share your new Byron" post
  6. I'm with you LaMont. 7s and 6s are the best (and the occasional Rattler ). Here's my stable of 007s now with these new ones. Still looking for that elusive 711 though......
  7. Well, the other putter forum seems to be gone forever, so I thought I would post here in WRX to see if other Byron fans have moved over like me. If so, please enjoy these recent Byron Morgan acquisitions - two refurbs and a new (old) build. Over the summer, Byron did a new carbon 007 in oil can for me (this was part of the "barn find" of 007 heads he found in a box), re-did another carbon 007 in black ox with a mixed metals SS mid-pipe, and totally re-did an old "X-Prototype" (006). The X-proto is brushed bronze SS with a new rincon neck. Nice face-milling on all three of these...
  8. Good luck, J.T. Folks, this is one of the best gentlemen in these forums. Great to do business with, or just talk putters.
  9. Love that headcover if you ever decide to split up the set. Good luck - it's a nice Byron and a unique example of copper plating
  10. ********* SOLD ********** Hi folks. Had some success in the last couple weeks selling a Byron DH89 (https://forums.golfwrx.com/discussion/1826744/byron-morgan-dh89-naked-glass-blast-ss#latest), so I have decided to put this one up as well. It's a naked Byron Morgan 007 long neck, stainless with brushed blue oil finish. It's very similar to the last putter I listed, so hopefully there's interest here as there was on that one. Some of the key details are as follows, but feel free to ask any questions you have..... The 007 model is Byron's "tweener" blade, with not quite the flat bumpers of
  11. I put the 75g "midsize" on all my putters and swear by it. I don't have a comparison pic for you, but remember starting with the 65g originally. Big difference as I recall, with the 75 being a great grip. BTW, I always load up on them from Grips4less (www.grips4less.com). Not sure what their pricing is today during Covid-19, but I have always found them competitive ($13-$14 each with free shipping at a certain total order size threshold)... Good luck
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