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Check out PGA Star Jason Day's Custom personal putter!

Check out PGA Star Jason Day’s Custom personal putter!

Check out PGA Star Jason Day’s Custom personal putter!
 
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The PGA Pros play with equipment that is customized specifically for them; I get that.  

I do clubfitting myself for the average golfers that come through my school.  It makes a big difference in their games.  But to have a putter made pretty much from scratch to fit your putting stroke?  That is way cool!  Here is the process of how they made Jason Day’s putter, video, and all brought to us by  John Holmes of PGA.com. Don’t forget to go to the video link below the picture as well.
 
Check out PGA Star Jason Day's Custom personal putter!

Jason Day has no sightline on his putter.

 
Welding the hosel into the proper position is a key part of the construction of Jason Day’s TaylorMade Itsy Bitsy Spider putter.
 

Jason Day could probably sink putts with a monkey wrench these days.

Still, the fact is that he’s won three of his last four starts – the RBC Canadian Open, the PGA Championship, and the Barclays – with a prototype model of TaylorMade’s Ghost Itsy Bitsy Spider mallet.
Earlier today, TaylorMade posted a video that shows how its technicians build Day’s putter from scratch. It is definitely worth the 152 seconds it’ll cost you to watch it.
TaylorMade describes the putter as an Itsy Bitsy Japan model with the hosel cut off.  They then hand-weld a #3 short slant neck onto the head. Day prefers no sightline, TaylorMade says, so the technicians hand-weld in the existing line and buff the top until it’s smooth. They then coat the head with a custom acrylic to give it its grey finish.
 
 
Source: John Holmes   Golf Buzz
Pictures: TaylorMade via YouTube   Paul L Dineen
 
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