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Give your putter a new life with my tutorials on how to refinish golf clubs.
3 quick tips for refinishing
Refinishing golf clubs is a fun hobby that can save you money and help you learn more about your equipment. Here are 3 quick tips to get you started.
Don't be afraid to experiment
You can always sand off a finish and start over. Don't be afraid to try new things and see what works for you.
Get on Instagram for inspiration
There are some awesome club artisans out there doing some amazing finishes on golf clubs. Instagram is a great place to find them and get inspired.
Find a good place to work
This hobby will take up some space. Find a good place to work and make sure you have good ventilation.
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Refinishing Golf Clubs
Refinishing golf clubs (mostly putters) is a fun hobby anyone can do at home. If you like to tinker, this is the series for you!Read series
Thinking about a new hobby? Golf club refinishing is an excellent way to pass the time and even make a few bucks while you're at it.
Here is a basic way to refinish any putter that looks great every time!
One of the best looking refinishes that you can do is the classic black oxide finish. In this tutorial, I will show you how to do this simple finish.
One of the best looking methods for paint-filling the "cherry dots" of a Scotty Cameron is the fade method. It is rather simple, and looks amazing when finished!
The logo paintfill is one of my favorites because it allows you to add any custom design to the Cherry Dots of a Scotty Cameron putter!
This is one of the more advanced refinishing techniques because it requires you to apply an ultra hard layer of polymer resin to your putter. If you're looking for a durable way to protect your putter from rust and make it look beautiful at the same time, this is your perfect finish!
Although there is no surefire way to prevent rust other than re-plating the club entirely, this method will help manage rust on your raw and exposed golf clubs after a refinish.
Although this finish does not work with most headcovers, if you have a certain type of Scotty Cameron headcover, you can match it to the colors of your putter!
If you want a fresh new look for your Scotty Cameron putter, look no further than a Black Oxide finish.