Golfers around the world recognize the T.P. Mills name and what that name represents. Original designs that are tour proven, high quality materials, and strict attention to details.
When it comes to putters, few companies have an iconic image like T.P. Mills. He has been called “The Father of the Milled Putter”. He took creating putters and turned it into an art. The “artwork” he has created is legendary and in some circles his putters hold a collectible value that is nearly priceless.
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T.P. Mills’s handmade putters have been treasured by Five presidents of the United States as well as Prime ministers, national and foreign dignitaries, celebrities and nearly every tour player that has graced this great game. The T.P. Mills company has letters of gratitude from such people along with the accompaniment of personal checks, payment for the clubs. Let there be no mistake, T.P. Mills was responsible for taking a club that sold for $35 to $45 and through great craftsmanship and originality turning it into something that sold for several hundred even thousands of dollars. T.P. Mills turned putter manufacturing into putter designing and then into the art of making a putter. Many of the top putter designers of the last 20 years are collectors of T.P.’s work. Yet, T. P. and David will be the first to say that there is no magic wand. “Its still the puttee’ more than the putter,” “But if you get the putter where you like the feel of it, the weight, balance and loft are right for you, the “sweet spot” is where it should be and the shaft flex is correct, that’s as far as you can go.”
Today the T.P. Mills Co. runs under the leadership of T.P.’s son David and his talent and craftsmanship are well recognized among the top PGA tour players and amateur players around the world. And whose handmade models have won many current PGA Tour and European events ensuring the family a proud tradition of making handmade’s one at a time. The Mills family continues to design and develop new models with each one being a putter of precision craftsmanship that many believe cannot be matched.
TP Mills makes some sick putters and has me hooked. I am a huge Scotty fan but I feel that their putters fit me better. I am more of a blade putter guy. The mid-mallet that I hit I thought would throw me off a little and it did take some practice before I got used to it but it has taken a liking to me. The head does not put off much glare.
Solid, and it sounds "clicky" but not in a bad way. This putter has a solid feel but it sounds "clicky" but in a good way. I love the sound. I have stainless putters in my collection so I knew what to expect but this hit differently than my Scotty Cameron Studio Select stainless. The one thing that I loved is the feel when I hit the ball with the TP Mills grip. This grip is soft but yet gives you the feeling to know when you hit the ball pure and purely OFF
Like I said before it is "clicky" but in a good way. I love the sound, solid in every way. I know when I hit it off the toe and heel I got a different sound. Since this is not my first stainless putter, this is the SOFTEST stainless that I have ever hit. No Scotty that I have ever owned has a sound like a TP Mills.
I have been in a slump lately with coming up short on all my putts, bad, really bad. When I took this putter out on the course, i saw an immediate improvement. It could be luck but I know I hit this better than my current gamer.
I truely enjoyed putting with a TP Mills putter. I have a new love for TP Mills and their craftsmanship of putters is out of this world. For the money, you can not beat it. The Anvil Series is a great line of putters. David @ TP Mills you have carried on the tradition of making a beautiful piece of artwork. Granted they are putters, but they are in my mind the art of golf.You may drop an easy $2-300 on a putter, but if you have the extra cash, this is one maker of putters that you should have in your collection.