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Putter stamping has become big business. It has become one of the most popular way to personalize a putter.

 

BUT...

 

What are your thoughts on stamping a putter? Is it now being over done? Do you like hand stamping?

 

LET'S HEAR YOUR OPINION AND SHOW OFF YOUR PUTTERS THAT HAVE BEEN CUSTOM STAMPED!

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I like stampings that are done to personalize a putter, but nothing over the top, stamping everywhere you have open metal!... A stamp here and there can be done very tastefully

 

Owning a putter company I have to give my two cents. LOL

 

1. Some people put a few miner stamps, maybe a nickname or statement. They are happy on down the road.

2. The guys that go overboard on the stamps eventually end up ordering another putter with much less stamping saying that their first one was too busy. I try and tell everyone I talk to about this, but in the end it is up to them.

3. I do not like snow either.

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I am not a fan of the super-stamped putter either. Nor snow. However, I love the creative ways that stamping can make a putter suit the owner. Another thing to think about, and stir up the debate is engraving. Some like it, some do not. I have a Byron coming with an engraved surfboard in the cavity. Looks cool to me, but not everyone agrees. Sort of like choosing a putter in the first place.

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Wow, I'm very surprised to find people who agree with me about hating snow (I always hate snow on putters, but I hate on the ground much more right now).

 

I like hand stamping and engraving. I think it offers the opportunity to make a putter more personal and it adds fun. One thing I don't like is the idea that stamps make a putter more valuable or more collectable (i.e. "this stamp is only going to be put on 10 putters, so it's really valuable"). That's not something I would pay for, ever. A putter's value/price, IMO, comes from the quality of the craftsmanship, headshape, material, etc.

 

Here's the stamping I have on all my customs (more or less). I like to put my name on them to keep me from hoing, and I think it just looks good on 006-style bumpers (I am Tiger Woods).

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I believe that after we have 50 posts we shall see that over 80% of the membership agrees that SNOW is one of the weaker stampings you can have done to personalize your flat stick! I know I feel that way as well.

 

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Black Label Johnny...LOL...this is hilarious! I was just listening to the show. Is this Gary? LOL!

 

I like stamping... makes it personal and/or one of a kind.

 

Here is mine. I'm sending it in again, different shop, for my new baby's name stamped.

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Wow, I'm very surprised to find people who agree with me about hating snow (I always hate snow on putters, but I hate on the ground much more right now).

 

I like hand stamping and engraving. I think it offers the opportunity to make a putter more personal and it adds fun. One thing I don't like is the idea that stamps make a putter more valuable or more collectable (i.e. "this stamp is only going to be put on 10 putters, so it's really valuable"). That's not something I would pay for, ever. A putter's value/price, IMO, comes from the quality of the craftsmanship, headshape, material, etc.

 

Here's the stamping I have on all my customs (more or less). I like to put my name on them to keep me from hoing, and I think it just looks good on 006-style bumpers (I am Tiger Woods).

 

Sweet stick Matt.

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The putters I personally own.. The less the better. When I look down I don`t want to see any stamping.This is my favorite putter

 

Good to see you here, Steve :blink:

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