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      Introducing TST "Clubs!"   08/28/2017

      No, we're not getting into the equipment business, but we do have "clubs" here on TST now. Groups. Check them out here:


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About Rafiki

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  1. Yes, I agree, it is confusing. I guess it's what they call irony: I would never buy an expensive putter, but lots of people will, and I'm more than happy to sell them one. Hopefully I can post a link to my website in the not too distant future and you can judge the putter for yourself.
  2. Are expensive putters worth it? Yes and no. I have been collecting putters for 40 years. I also make/modify putters. I have at least 100 putters - it's a disease. As luck would have it, I invented a putter shaft, which I am patenting. While I await the gifted ones at the USPTO to take action, I decided to manufacture and sell putters. Some time this year I will be selling putters. They will be VERY expensive. Are they worth it? You betcha. Having said that, I would never pay $100 for a putter. Why? Because I'm cheap, I don't have a whole lot of money, and putters are just weighted sticks. I estimate there are 60,000,000 putters in the world. Surely you can find one that works that somebody will sell you for under $100. However, a putter that "works" is worth a lot of money.