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  1. A very tough and great track!!! Have fun and I hope you get a good caddie. jay
  2. I appreciate all of the kind words, feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions. Thanks Jay
  3. yes, we made them about a year ago and released them at our outing in Tuscaloosa. They were 75 of them made and sold new for $59, if memory serves me correctly. They have been sold out for several months. Let me know if I can help you with anything else. Jay Green T.P. Mills Co.
  4. I have stepless TT .355 (for a plumbers neck) black PVD putter shafts in stock. send me a PM or an email at [email protected] Thanks jay
  5. [quote name='pgagreg1' timestamp='1334657769' post='4736460'] [quote name='glenwayputters' timestamp='1334441105' post='4722168'] I don't believe TP patented any of his designs. While working for Spalding they did patent some of his designs Actually, Greg, T.P. had 21 different design patents in effect at one time. They covered designs for sole relief to raise the center of gravity in a putter to a hosel-less metal wood. AS far as any similarities to a crown, they are just that, similarities. That stamp goes back a lot further than you think. jay [/quote] Thanks Jay I'm not good
  6. [quote name='lightningbolt444' timestamp='1334460841' post='4723750'] [quote name='devlin3000' timestamp='1334370332' post='4718400'] [quote name='chickenpotpie' timestamp='1334362132' post='4717582'] Ok, where is your proof that other companies waited for the Ping or Wilson patents to expire so that they wouldn't have to pay royalties? And what designs have Ping or Wilsom come out with that are technological advances after the Anser or 8802? You ask me to bring something to this debate....well what have you brought? A couple of accusations that have no merit or proof. I know you wo
  7. I don't believe TP patented any of his designs. While working for Spalding they did patent some of his designs Actually, Greg, T.P. had 21 different design patents in effect at one time. They covered designs for sole relief to raise the center of gravity in a putter to a hosel-less metal wood. AS far as any similarities to a crown, they are just that, similarities. That stamp goes back a lot further than you think. jay
  8. pretty sure there is no performance gain, but they do last a long time. I have used for them for a while now. I only keep one tee in my pocket now, so that is good. Jay
  9. New!!Hey guys, Found some cash covers that need to be moved out. All cash covers have inside pockets. Lime green lizard - SOLD!! Pink lizard - SOLD!! Red lizard - SOLD!! Orange Ostrich - SOLD!! Carolina Blue Croc - $75 shipped to the US Shipping to Canada is $5 more via first class mail All cash covers are new and unused, please make sure you contact me to make sure the one you want is still available. Thanks Jay
  10. Ben I look forward to talking to you Monday. Jay
  11. Good putter and one of our most popular heads. Jay Green T.P. Mills Co.
  12. Joe That putter was most likely a full custom ordered putter. It is a 1B, with a very long blade and a goose neck. The goose neck is there solely to make the putter more face balanced and the customer most likely wanted as much offset as he/she could get. Beautiful putter, made by T.P. himself. Feel free to contact me with any other questions. Thanks Jay Green T.P. Mills Co. [email protected]
  13. The grading scale that Jimmy has posted is pretty much the industry standard and not exclusive to any one brand of leather/exotic skin retailers. HOF, Piedmont and Patrick Gibbons all use top quality skins for their products. Jay Green Piedmont Leather Co.
  14. Nippon Modus 3 stiff jay
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