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I think if you got proficient at doing these detailed driver customizations, you could make a decent side business out of it!  I'm actually thinking of starting up a business eventually for fitted mid to high end clubs, and would consider this as a part of it or maybe find someone who would do these personal clubs to contract that too.

How do these paint jobs stand up to wear a tear out on the golf course?

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hi again mitch,

Sounds good thanks loads of golfers at my club love the idea, bubba watson has boosted this too with his pink driver,as for the durability my club was painted deep purple before i done it blue and over a year period it stayed perfect in every way i used all correct metal primers as i strip clubs to bare metal then refinish it,all then finished with a 2pk durable automotive lacquer which is very tough,then flatted and polished to high gloss finish.

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Nice Paint Jobs. I was in the Palm Desert this past weekend, and I saw a TaylorMade Driver that had the head painted with flames. I was definitely impressed. I would have no problem using it. Everyone in my group who saw it liked it.

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Good to know Jamie.  I have never airbrushed anything. Is it relatively simple for someone to do who is proficient in airbrushing?

Unless your interested in doing them through the mailing system.. What area are you from?

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