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Re: How To: Paint Fill - Putter, Irons, and more! 7 years 8 months ago #42060

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This thread is beyond cool. I have enjoyed it and learned a lot. I would like to try this out on my wedges. I am gaming the Callaway Jaws series. they could look awesome with some of this custom work.
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Callaway Diablo Edge Tour 3 wood
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Callaway Razr X Forged Irons
Callaway Jaws 52 and 58 degrees
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Re: How To: Paint Fill - Putter, Irons, and more! 7 years 1 month ago #61936

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bumping for those trying to learn to do their own paint fill.

if you have any tips, chime in
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Re: How To: Paint Fill - Putter, Irons, and more! 7 years 1 month ago #62760

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Josh_Ross wrote:
I'm starting a refinishing tonight. My dad is milling the face at work, then I'm sanding the rest down and getting it to the desired finish. Then I think I'm stamping something on it. No idea what kind of putter it even is, but I like it.

PA, I know I said this was happening 7 months ago, but school and other things interfered. Free time over the past couple of days has gotten me this far.

Face Before

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Face After

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Back Before

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If you're wondering why the entire face isn't milled (the upper corner of the toe), it's because the putter is curved ever so slightly. Still a lot of sanding to do, and I've got to stamp it still after it's all said and done.
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Pretty cool josh how did you do the groves on the face? Mill? Looking good man....
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Re: How To: Paint Fill - Putter, Irons, and more! 7 years 1 month ago #62781

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swoosh wrote:
Pretty cool josh how did you do the groves on the face? Mill? Looking good man....

Thanks! My dad milled the face where he works. Gonna do some heavy sanding to get all the dings out smooth it up. No idea what kind of putter it even is. It had no markings on it at all.
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looks an awful lot like a ping karsten, Maybe a knock off?
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