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My DIY Painted Scotty Cameron Driver Headcover 3 years 9 months ago #109449

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It really is a great job, well done. I like the color as well.
Driver : Callaway Great Big Bertha 9*
3 Wood : Callaway Razr Fit
Hybrid : Callaway Razr Fit
Irons : Callaway XR OS
Cleveland Wedges : 56* & 60*
Putter : Scotty Cameron GOLO 5
Ball: Titleist PRO V 1X
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My DIY Painted Scotty Cameron Driver Headcover 3 years 9 months ago #109508

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The Golf Father wrote:
Aloha Bruce wrote:
After playing a few rounds the cover still looks great!

Thanks for the update B)

Played a few more rounds and still looks great and will play again tomorrow. It's amazing to me how well the paint is holding up.
H. Course - Poppy Ridge
Driver - Titleist 915 D2
4 Wood - Titleist 910F
Hybrid - Cobra
Irons - Mizuno JPX850 Forged
Wedges - Vokey 52, 56
Putter - SC Mil Spec.
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My DIY Painted Scotty Cameron Driver Headcover 3 years 9 months ago #109509

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Sox Fan wrote:
The cover is really sharp!

Thank you!
H. Course - Poppy Ridge
Driver - Titleist 915 D2
4 Wood - Titleist 910F
Hybrid - Cobra
Irons - Mizuno JPX850 Forged
Wedges - Vokey 52, 56
Putter - SC Mil Spec.
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My DIY Painted Scotty Cameron Driver Headcover 3 years 9 months ago #109510

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tmvds wrote:
you have probably already told us but........ how are you applying the paint? small brush or large brush? any special technique for paint application? It looks REALLY good, nice job.

I'm using a small model paint brush to do the outline, initially I tried to mask off the edges with painters tape but that didn't work well so I'm doing it free hand. For the other areas I'm using a fairly large foam brush. No special technique for applying the paint, it just takes a few coats. The guy that I got the paint from also had his wife make red and orange paint so now I have two other colors to try sometime soon. Thanks for your comment!
H. Course - Poppy Ridge
Driver - Titleist 915 D2
4 Wood - Titleist 910F
Hybrid - Cobra
Irons - Mizuno JPX850 Forged
Wedges - Vokey 52, 56
Putter - SC Mil Spec.
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My DIY Painted Scotty Cameron Driver Headcover 3 years 9 months ago #109511

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JIMBO wrote:
It really is a great job, well done. I like the color as well.

Thanks so much!
H. Course - Poppy Ridge
Driver - Titleist 915 D2
4 Wood - Titleist 910F
Hybrid - Cobra
Irons - Mizuno JPX850 Forged
Wedges - Vokey 52, 56
Putter - SC Mil Spec.
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Still looks like the day that I painted it and my friend can't believe how it still looks
H. Course - Poppy Ridge
Driver - Titleist 915 D2
4 Wood - Titleist 910F
Hybrid - Cobra
Irons - Mizuno JPX850 Forged
Wedges - Vokey 52, 56
Putter - SC Mil Spec.
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