Remember the 1999 Scotty Cameron putter I got for a bottle of bourbon (here’s the post)? Bottom line: it was in dire need of a refresh. Here are some ‘before’ images to refresh your memory:
I love this putter. I have putted with it exclusively since I got it.
It has needed refinishing for quite some time. I was really worried about the finish continuing to wear off, and rust beginning to take over. I had sent another Scotty out to BOS Golf to see how they did (post here). It turned out really well, so I needed to find a lull in my golf playing so I could send it out to sunny San Diego. Overall, the refinishing process with BOS takes about three weeks.
I found time, and sent it in. It arrived last week, and let’s just say I am extremely pleased. Opening the box was reminiscent of Christmas morning. All in: $126. Not too bad for these results:
I elected to go with a white and red paint theme rather than the original white and gold. It makes this putter ‘mine’.
The top line and the insert were pretty beat up when I sent it in. Now, the putter looks almost new. All the dings have been removed, and the insert shines like a new penny. Obviously I’m distracted by shiny things, so this will need to patina quickly…I digress.
I am in awe of the level of quality work I’ve received from BOS Golf (twice!). Now off to cut out those dreaded three-putts…