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SMALL BATCH DOGWOOD

Introducing the all-new Small Batch Dogwood

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The Dogwood is a timeless milled putter shape that has been used by some of the finest craftsmen that helped pioneer the milled putter market.

Our traditional pintail design is adorned with a classic double shelf back flange, and complimented with a graceful arc that moves from heel to toe.

As always, we spent hours massaging each radius, mastering every blend, and slow milling the head so that in its final finished state it could celebrate the incredible machining process used to create its shape. Once completed, the head is then polished by hand to produce a depth and luster that is simply unrivaled.

As always, we spent hours massaging each radius, mastering every blend, and slow machining the head so that in its final finished state it would celebrate the incredible machining process used to create its shape. Once completed, the head is then polished by hand to produce a depth and luster that is simply unrivaled.

Helping to create the finish depth of our beautiful Midnight Brilliant Black finish is our 904L stainless steel. This steel is used by one of the most renowned Swiss watch makers on their most expensive stainless steel watches. This material is very difficult and time consuming to mill — requiring very slow feed times and specially designed tools. It proves once again, that some things are worth the wait. The sound, feel and ultimate beauty
of the Small Batch Dogwood is simply magnificent.

Paired with our Super Fine Double Fly face mill, a gentle flow neck design that truly melts into the body, and our intricate sole engraving that showcases a single Dogwood flower, we believe this putter will make a wonderful addition to either your golf bag or collection.

SPECIFICATIONS: 

 

Material – 904L Stainless / Face Mill – Super Fine Double Fly / Finish – Midnight Brilliant Black PVD / Grip – Toulon Special Midsize Pistol Shaft – Chrome Steel / Headcover – Small Batch Leather / Head Weight – 350 g / Toe Hang – 57° / Loft – 3° / Lie – 70°

 

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