FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

THERE ARE NO DUMB QUESTIONS

WHERE ARE YOUR PUTTERS MADE?
Does it really matter if they look cool? If the answer is no please go buy a putter. If you answered yes then you will be happy to know they are milled right here in the USA.

WHERE ARE YOUR COVERS MADE?
Here we go again… Does it really matter if they look cool? Our covers are also made in the USA! We try to make as much as we can here in the USA.  From the quality of the materials to the insane stitch counts and magnetic closures. No corners are cut on our covers.

WHAT IS FEELS GOOD 303?
Feels Good 303 refers to the stainless steel we use when milling our putters. 303 American Stainless Steel is our preferred steel of choice. We have tried 303 from many different suppliers and countries. There is no reason for us to go halfway across the globe for what we have in our own backyard.

WHAT MAKES YOUR PUTTERS DIFFERENT?
At first sight you may not notice the small things that make our putters different. If you can’t put your finger on it, but just love the way they look, then we have accomplished exactly what we set out to do.  By using organic surfaces and extended operations during milling we have achieved a new level of what one should expect from their $500 putter.

WHAT ARE THE LINES ON THE SOLE OF THE HANDSOME ONE PUTTER?
The lines are actually the the mill marks from the organic surfacing we applied to the sole of our putters.  We chose to keep this pattern to show you the effort we’ve put in to create the aesthetics of a beautiful looking putter that also happens to feel phenomenal.  We spend more time surfacing (milling off thousandths of an inch at a time in order to achieve a unique surface unlike standard CNC machining) the putter sole than most companies spend milling the entire head. This technique allows us to achieve a shape and sole design that performs perfectly, looks amazing and hasn’t been attempted by anyone before us.

WHAT DOES LIMITED PRODUCTION MEAN?
It is not our intention to continue running the exact same looking designs throughout the year. Our limited production head style may not change, and the engravings may not change, but finishes, covers, paint fill, and face milling all may change from time to time. We like to tinker and to come up with fresh colorways for our products, so we figure we might as well share them with our customers.

DO YOU SELL CUSTOM OR TOUR ISSUE PRODUCTS?
We are working vigorously to release rare and special release designs. When we are ready there will be releases through our website and various other sources worldwide.