Custom builder for a Bradley Putter.
Choose your base design. Do you want a full wood putter, or do you want some acrylic to add color to the piece? Do you want to embed a class ring? Or would you like me to embed a plane or coral scene into your putter? This step is the foundation of your design, and everything else just builds on this.
Provide the details for how you want the putter to look. Wood color, acrylic color, rough location of elements, etc.
Choose your shape. The Widowmaker is the most popular, but I generally recommend choosing a shape that is similar to your current putter. I always tell people to choose the largest shape they would feel comfortable looking at, for both performance and aesthetic reasons. The more gorgeous wood and acrylic, the better!
For grips, we use Gripmaster Cabretta leather in black, brown, or blue. The three sizes are midsize, paddle, and oversize. Oversize is similar to a SuperStroke 2,0, while midsize is your standard smaller putter grip. Paddle is right between the two in size, but has an wider, flatter front than the midsize, and a more tapered back than the oversize.
The black and white options are powdercoated steel shafts.
This engraving goes on top of the putter, right where the face should impact the ball.
Describe your desired alignment below. Standard is a 1cm long white or black line, whichever has the most contrast with your putter color.
Describe your desired custom alignment below.
This is where we can get the most colorful and detailed on the putter. The price is based on how many separate color areas I will need to engrave and fill. The process uses a laser engraver and UV resin, and each distinct area requires sub-millimeter precision during realignment to ensure a perfect image. Within each area, I am able to blend colors, like in a sunset.
Upload your image here. You can also email it to [email protected]
This is a great place for text or a small, simple logo. Think dates, names/nicknames, initials. The text can go on the back or the toe. The heel side is typically reserved for the serial number.
While I don't normally recommend engraving over the whole face, there are times that it is warranted. But if you want to put a circular logo/image on the heel side, that almost always looks great!
For the finish, most people choose the gloss. It protects the wood from getting dyed green by the fertilizer that goes on putting greens sometimes, and makes the colors of the wood and acrylic pop. It is a professionally-applied automotive clear coat, which means that it is highly durable and scratch resistant. If you have a darker wood and want a more matte look, then the wax is just fine. I use Howard’s Feed N Wax, and you can find some at your local hardware store. Just reapply after every few rounds to keep it looking polished.
Choose your headcover. The standard Only You Can Prevent Three Putts cover is fun, but leather is ideal for really classy projects, and there’s nothing quite like an exotic gator or ostrich skin cover in a matching color to your putter, and we can even match it to your grip!
Standard specs are 34" length, 3 deg loft, 70 deg lie, 350 grams, and a face balance.
Anything else you want me to know for the putter?