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I recently found a set of George Izett 440 woods (I assume persimmon) in a thrift store. They run consecutively from the 7 wood through the 12 wood. Going to refinish them, but first wanted to check the specs on them (ie: loft, lie, length). I have been all over the internet, checked the Maltby bible for refinishing clubs, and even the contacted the Izett company still in business in Pennsylvania (but got no response). So I turn to the best collection of golf nuts, equipment junkies, collectors, and experts to seek out any suggestion or information as to where I may find the answers. So if anyone can help me out, I would appreciate it. Thank you all.
Hey guys and girls, I have a Scotty Cameron red x3. I want to make the whole putter red. Does anyone have experience with painting a putter including the face? Basically I'm worried that it will throw off the loft of the putter and/or make the face uneven and cause putts to roll offline. I'm also considering powdercoating it. Any info and experience you can provide would be greatly appreciated! Thanks MacKie
Howdy Fellow Spies- After seeing RookieBlue7's posting of his refinishing of his Scotty Cameron (http://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/14152-modded-out-and-industrialized-tei3-newport/), it gave me an idea for a new hobby that I don't really have time for, but want to do anyway. Also, I have a box of Cork Tree Putter Grips left over from a charity fundraiser that I don't really want to ship back and would rather buy one to give to you. Contest: Find a putter than needs some love. It can be your current gamer, an old putter in your garage, or run out to Goodwill, eBay, or your local golf shop and pick up a project putter. Refinish it any way you want: you can do a pimp-list style, classic colors/lines, or keep it clean and basic. This can be done at home, work, Home Depot, a friend's shop, but please this must be done YOURSELF, no professional refinishing (Putter Lounge, eBay refinishers, or LaMont, etc. ) You can coke it, bake it, torch it, stain it, plate it, grind it, stamp it, engrave it, paint-fill it or whatever your heart desires, but make it look good. You can reshaft and even use your own grip if the style and color scheme work, but the prize is still the same This contest REQUIRES PICTURES: 1) Pre-finish: backside/flange, topline, bottom, face 2) Process pics- if you replate it, take a pic of your set up 3) finished product If possible, post pics and include descriptions as you go Prize: The Cork Tree putter Grip of your choice from the following: Stumpy black only Bandit: Red, Black or Pink Gimme: Red, Black or Pink Slim Jim: Red, Black, Blue or Pink Deadline: Hey, I have 3 kids and no time, so this one's gonna be due on Halloween, Saturday October 31st. Good luck to all and have fun! I'm attaching my own project putter pics to this thread.