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Munkholm

Clubhead Stamping

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Hi Sand Trap Forums!

I am looking in to either stamping my own clubs, or getting someone to do it. I play the Titleist 714 MB's, and I was wondering if anyone of you has a great idea of where to stamp my three initials on the clubhead.

And another question is also about clubhead stamping. Is it a bad idea to stamp my clubheads on the hosel or on the muscle of the clubhead, I have only seen stamps on the top of the blade, not on the muscle, the "chamber/bottom" or the hosel. Will the stamping be able to destroy or ruin the clubs. I think it would look nice with my three initials above and beyond each other, down the sole of the club, but I wouldn't want to break my new clubs.

Thanks in advance!

Kristian

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I'm not recommending this, but I am going to say that it doesn't seem like it should be too difficult to do yourself. Just find a flat firm surface, get yourself some of those blocks, and a heavy mallet, and bam: your own stampings. No? Maybe not.

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I've seen stamping dies at Harbor Freight for around $10, assuming you live in the US. The toughest part is lining it up, a couple of misplaced stamps and it looks funny. IMO looks better on raw clubs than plated.

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I think I would just pay the money & get it professionally stamped.

I have stamped things in the past & is harder than it looks.

Not only getting them in a straight line but the correct gaps etc.

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