Archive for the MannKrafted Monday Category

MannKrafted Monday: Designed by Morgan Mann

Today’s MannKrafted Monday is an important one.  I’ll leave the explanation to LaMont, but it goes without saying that Morgan will be in our thoughts today. As I sit here on a late Sunday night and begin to write a short description of this putter, the very […]

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MannKrafted Monday: A Pair of Golden Beauties

How about a little golden goodness to brighten up your Monday?  That would be a MannKrafted Monday, of course… This is one of the sweetest pairs of putters I have made, to date. Both are milled out of Rocky Mtn 303 SS and use Byron-designed plumbers necks. […]

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MannKrafted Monday: The SSB Prototypes

Today LaMont brings us a bit of the story about his relationship with Sunset Beach Custom Putters.   The putters in this picture were the first trio that were stamped with the “SUNSET BEACH C.P.” after an agreement was reached between Chris and I for part ownership […]

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MannKrafted Monday: The KRANK GOLF Prototype

Interesting to think about a long drive company branching out into putters.  That could change the definition of “long putter”.  Happy MannKrafted Monday 🙂 Here is a putter that came out of my shop for the Long Drive company “KRANK GOLF”. They are local to me and […]

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MannKrafted Monday: The Long Slope

Nice neck you’ve put together there LaMont… 🙂 This rascal is based on a wide-body version of my Rattler, with a change when it came neck time. I have long been a fan of the Long Slant models by another maker, but wanted to create something using […]

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Evan’s MannKrafted Baby Brahma

This is the second MannKrafted beauty that Evan has shared with The Putter Place’s readers.  Remember his white and green half mallet? (HERE)  This is a very cool interpretation of a classic. I definitely have a soft spot for copper patina.  The Piedmont Leatherorange stingray grip is […]

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MannKrafted Monday: Done By Hand…

This week LaMont has a little handmade beauty to share.  LaMont definitely has more metal skill than most of us learned in our two years of middle school shop class.  Do they still teach shop class?  I think I still have a circa 1982 birdhouse around here […]

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