MannKrafted Monday: Kombi Twin Powers, Activate!

A while back, LaMont showed us a Scotty Cameron Kombi that he had refinished.  I think that he has top dogged that Kombi with this sweet pair.  Happy MannKrafted Monday…  🙂

MannKrafted Monday goes Refinish.

This week there were plenty of choices coming out of my shop, but I went for a pair of refinishes that had turned out pretty cool. The Kombi is a solid performer, but not that many choices when it comes to finishes offered by the Cameron shop. These two came in for new finishes in flat black and each needed some weight added. I used a milled bar in the aluminum sole plate on the Kombi S and two tungsten discs inside of the 10 gram weights on the aluminum model. I was able to gain over 25 grams on each putter.

They were in pretty good shape at intake, so no milling on the faces was needed. If I have a choice of mill or not to mill, I try to leave putters stock if the milling is still good. The black polymer finish is one of the best ways to go, if you want to change the look of your putter, but don’t want to put up with an oxide treatment and still want a “pure black” appearance. I have to add another factoid. NOT ALL “POLYMER” finishes that are being offered by all of the refinish companies are the same. I do not know of anyone using the same product I use and have seen some of the work by other companies that looks very thick and wet. I did a good amount of research, as well as trial and error before I found the one I currently use. My polymer finishes have the least effect on feel of any finish that is currently being offered. That is actual feedback from customers who could not be happier with their choice of using my services.

Check out the new black duo and have an amazing week!

Thanks again,

LaMont in AZ

MannKrafted Custom Milled Putters.