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I bought this Scotty for $200, seller did not disclose his initials (S A R) were stamped on the face of it. Is it possible to stamp over stamps?? Any suggestions what to stamp over them? My initials are (SRH) if it helps, need ideas!!

 

 

 

 

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Maybe you can't just stamp a * where the A is, then another * after the r and then an H

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You could always send it to putterspa, continental golf, etc. - they can weld in the stampings, re-mill the face, and stamp/finish whatever you want - for about $100 or so.

 

 

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You could always send it to putterspa, continental golf, etc. - they can weld in the stampings, re-mill the face, and stamp/finish whatever you want - for about $100 or so.

 

 

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I was going to recommend this exact thing. I played league with a gentleman who sent his to PutterSpa to have some work done and it came back looking amazing. If it's worth the extra money to you, I'd say go for it.


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You could always send it to putterspa, continental golf, etc. - they can weld in the stampings, re-mill the face, and stamp/finish whatever you want - for about $100 or so.

 

Funny you mention that, I'm planning out what I want done to send to putterspa already! Will post before and after when I do it.

 

 

 

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You could always send it to putterspa, continental golf, etc. - they can weld in the stampings, re-mill the face, and stamp/finish whatever you want - for about $100 or so.

 

 

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Jeremy doesn't weld in stamping. He sends putters to Kyle Bastian at Bastian milled for mill work, but I don't believe Kyle welds them in either.

 

BOS or Tom Slighter could do it. That said, there will be ghosting from welding them in left behind

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