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LaMont's new micro putter

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Ive been waiting and waiting for LaMont to post this putter up and he hasn't yet. Figured I'd share it and see what everyone thought. I love this thing and want one for my son(he's 2 going on 22). Anyway this is one of the most intriguing putters he's made to me. Why? I don't know, probably the skill an attention to detail put into this piece. Regardless, here's the pics of it:

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Far left in the next one:

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He has more pics just posting a few. Love his work on this piece and waiting on him to get back with me on a price. Lol, yes I'm gonna start my son's putter go collection.

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Would love to see that micro at address next to a ball!

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Would love to see that micro at address next to a ball!

I second that motion.

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All you had to do was ask.

The PC I do a lot of my browsing from is shut down while the machine shop re-arranges a lot of the area where I work most of the time.

Here is that picture.

Thanks for sharing my work. It is appreciated.

LaMont in AZ

 

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Sweet Jesus that is small. I liked the Minis, the Micro might be just a step too far for me.

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I have to admit I am shocked to see guys looking at this as any sort of "real" putter. It was milled as a crazy thought to use up a small piece of stock that was on the bench. I really never thought it would strike a ball for someone. B)

I have a different hosel welded in place, right now and will get some pictures of its new look, later today.

Weight-wise, it is much too light to game. I just thought it was sort of cool to mill something that had all of the features of a full size putter. The loft and lie will be to spec, there is draft milled into the sole and I am betting that the "sweet spot" will be very close to center of the flange.

It is a cool little milling that might work as a putter for a very young junior that just wants to roll with Dad or as a desk ornament.

I'll keep you posted. BTW, this was the same reaction I got on a few other sites where it was posted. Not sure why I am surprised, with the putter world being a great place for new ideas, lately.

Have an amazing day,

LaMont in AZ

 

My other latest creation:

 

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I have to admit I am shocked to see guys looking at this as any sort of "real" putter. It was milled as a crazy thought to use up a small piece of stock that was on the bench. I really never thought it would strike a ball for someone. B)

I have a different hosel welded in place, right now and will get some pictures of its new look, later today.

Weight-wise, it is much too light to game. I just thought it was sort of cool to mill something that had all of the features of a full size putter. The loft and lie will be to spec, there is draft milled into the sole and I am betting that the "sweet spot" will be very close to center of the flange.

It is a cool little milling that might work as a putter for a very young junior that just wants to roll with Dad or as a desk ornament.

I'll keep you posted. BTW, this was the same reaction I got on a few other sites where it was posted. Not sure why I am surprised, with the putter world being a great place for new ideas, lately.

Have an amazing day,

LaMont in AZ

 

My other latest creation:

 

2012_01250011.jpg

 

 

I want the micro for my son, he's 2. If you can do one that size at 325+ grams and CS it, I'd want it for me too. LOL.

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I have to admit I am shocked to see guys looking at this as any sort of "real" putter. It was milled as a crazy thought to use up a small piece of stock that was on the bench. I really never thought it would strike a ball for someone. B)

I have a different hosel welded in place, right now and will get some pictures of its new look, later today.

Weight-wise, it is much too light to game.

 

Just mill that sucker out of tungsten ... that should cure the light weight problems pretty quick (probably not very fun to machine, however......)

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