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TrickyPutt

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naw. The Bahamas have these iridescent beetles that get mashed up and they soak the raw metal putter heads in the mess and then heat it.
 

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naw. The Bahamas have these iridescent beetles that get mashed up and they soak the raw metal putter heads in the mess and then heat it.
I think it's both heat/zinc. I've never seen a club that was zinc'd before. I don't like it.
 

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I think it's both heat/zinc. I've never seen a club that was zinc'd before. I don't like it.
Didn't Callaway make a putter with that finish?

Edit: Reminds me of those womens jackets that were popular in the 80's. They changed colors depending on how you looked at them. They were purple blue and green. The 80's were awesome. Lmao
 
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Bought this as a complete impulse. Got it today and am not happy with how it sets up.

Rat Cook, silver ray 203. Milled face, 34" w/head cover. Putts a nice roll on the ball, I just don't like the set up. It's brand new, hit 4-5 times on the carpet today. $35 shipped.

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Do you still have this? If so would you be interested in trading for the shafts with golf pride multicompounds?
 

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