I've been suffering from a bad back for a while and just one month ago, I aggravated my lower back from a previous injury. Playing golf has been put on hold for a while so I decided to try out something new with my clubs. My first project was to paint my putter. So far, I'm pleased with the results and I may move to custom painting my irons. I'll post pics of those once/if I get them finished.
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I second this! And because I grew up in a family of annoying USC fans (none of whom went there) I offer ...
Full disclosure: I did not go to UCLA, but married a UCLA alum, so I do have a tie there.
So you're fine. But my brother and dad (and sister-in-law and mom) are die-hard fans like those of you who went there or had relatives that went there, and that makes no sense to me. We do have an uncle (by marriage) who went there, but he doesn't count because my dad was a fan long before he married into the family. Just don't get it.
And speaking of USF soccer, that brings me back to the 80's when I was a kid watching Fresno State (where I grew up and went to school incidentally) when we had a really good soccer team as well ... used to play you guys in NCAA tournaments all the time. Then the soccer program got 86'ed by Title IX and that was that.
Anyways, sorry for straying so . (The putter does look nice though ... just a little bit better with the blue)
Now that I started custom painting my clubs, you get tired of the colors really fast. That's why I changed away from the blue. But I think I'll keep the USC colors until after bowl season.
It's actually really easy to do. Most of the painting is really just putting drops of paint on the grooves, letting it dry, then wipe out the excess. No painting talent required.