Putter refurbs recommendations

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Has anyone had a putter done recently?

I was planning on using golf club refurbs uk as I've used them in the past but it seems they have stopped doing work for the general public.

Obviously uk based would be a preference.

Thanks. :)
 

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Yes, i had a putter done last November by ukusedgolfclubs and was very pleased with the results. Bought an old Tad Moore Maxfli from Ebay covered in paint and after i had got the worst off, they cleaned and brought back to life with a black cerokote finish - looks great

Just checked their website though and looks like they are temporarily not trading - say they are back soon! If interested DM me and i'll give you the email address of the business as might still be worth getting i touch?
 
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Thanks guys. May try chris finch.


He punts a fair few putters on ebay and they always look nice.


ADB - I have this putter in that black cerokote finish. I bought another one as I fancy getting it torched or something. Il see what finishes are available.
 
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Thanks guys. May try chris finch.


He punts a fair few putters on ebay and they always look nice.


ADB - I have this putter in that black cerokote finish. I bought another one as I fancy getting it torched or something. Il see what finishes are available.
Seen Chris Finches work in the flesh. Doesn’t get much better. Long lead times though, he’s a busy man.
 
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Simple question. I have a Ping Anser Cadence (with the blue/white face) which is an insert putter. I assume it wouldn't make any difference as opposed to refurbing a milled putter.


Not sure what they can do with those types of putters. Sometimes they can fit a new insert. Seen it done on callaway putters.
 
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