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WarrenB

Dad's Old PING B60 Putter

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I took my dads old putter and had my nephew mill grooves in the face as well as putting two lines on top line for alignment purposes I sharpies in the red lines and  then I added a midsized pistol grip   Feel like I can’t miss and it’s really nice to pay respects to the old man who taught me the honor and respect of the game! 

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Nice!   I caddied for a lot of people with putters like that in the 80s and 90s.

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The Ping B60 is like the Pal and the Anser. It keeps coming back around every few years.

I won a (new) Ping B60 with fitting at a golf shop Christmas party in 2011, and played with it for about five years.

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