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Yamada wide blade refinish in teflon black by TSG Works

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I'd like to thank Chris for the meticulous work done by TSG Works on my Yamada wide blade putter. Teflon black finish with red and white paint fill looks perfect in person. I cannot be happier about it.

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damn, that's hot!! congrats man!!

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damn, that's hot!! congrats man!!

Thank you!!

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Looks exquisite. Would like to hear how that teflon black finish rolls.

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I think teflon black provides an understated classic look. I really like it.

Congrats man, well done.

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anyone know the difference between Teflon black and

black boron?

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anyone know the difference between Teflon black and

black boron?

Think the Teflon black wears D, good for putters and copper undercoat.

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The wide blade is one of my favorite looking putters. Nice work with the black. Very understated.

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Very nice colour combo of black / white & red.

Hope the Teflon makes the feel even softer.

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Very nice colour combo of black / white & red.

Hope the Teflon makes the feel even softer.

Thank you. My Yamada burning copper shogun is a tad softer than this one. The two share the same head design but have different types of milling. The refinished wide blade gives a crisper feeling at impact. Both provide clear feedback as to where the ball is struck, which is very important to me.

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