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#1 ChrisH

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 05:00 AM

I have recently aquired a cobra putter, and i wanted a bit of custom look and feel. I was wondering if anyone had any knowlege of how to ghost a putter at home, ie... supplies needed and any suggestions as to how to complete the transformation.
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Posted 25 February 2012 - 08:53 AM

I have recently aquired a cobra putter, and i wanted a bit of custom look and feel. I was wondering if anyone had any knowlege of how to ghost a putter at home, ie... supplies needed and any suggestions as to how to complete the transformation.



There's a couple articles on another golf forum that I'm banned from (it didn't "WRX" for me, if you catch my drift) that was similar. One I remember for sure was about ghosting a driver, but the principal may still apply. I know that "real" ghosting is done with a heat-treated polymer, but I can't find any other details about it other than don't put it on the face. Not much, I know, but hopefully a starting point.




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