Welcome to Japanese Golf Clubs at Golf To Impress

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to contribute to this site by submitting your own content or replying to existing content. You'll be able to customize your profile, receive reputation points as a reward for submitting content, while also communicating with other members via your own private inbox, plus much more! This message will be removed once you have signed in.

2jzpowered

Tyson Lamb

19 posts in this topic

Hey guys 

 

What do you think of Tyson Lamb putter? Priced as much as $3500 for non custom one. Does anyone here own one? It is worth the price?

 

Cheers

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Heard they're good but basically like everything else. I could be wrong though.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
4 hours ago, Mjr. D said:

Heard they're good but basically like everything else. I could be wrong though.

Based on looks his putter is amazing. Not sure if it justifies the price tho. He had a release not long ago on his website and all putters were gone within few hours i heard

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have one. Great custom Putters . He really knows what he’s doing. I’m sure some big manufacture will pick him up down the road for production Putters 

 

the guy from table rock Putters is pushing them 

and he’s doing the same marketing as Scotty Cameron tour Putters that he did. “Limited” and high price 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Very nice work.  A brand built on Instagram and forums.  You are buying his art and his branding and paying a premium for it.  

He is not using high-end cad software or controllers,  he is not using top of the line 5 axis machines or tools nor does he need to due to the designs being very basic,  you can get the same CNC setup in your garage for about 1500 bucks a month financed from Haas.  Its just a matter of learning how to use it.

He is not able to create a one off cad for the customer as benock is.

Many lamb putters have a separate neck as well.  Big no no in my book even for a $300 putter.   His finishing work by hand and his attention to detail are beautiful.  

The putters do not have to be this limited.  That is simply a marketing angle or a design flaw in the process.  He can easily pump out all the heads he needs,  its just a matter of finishing work,  polishing edges,  stamping and all the little cool stuff he does.  He can put the same program into someone else's CNC machine to double his output with ease.  He could purchase another machine to pump out double.  He could hire someone to run the machine while he is busy with other things.  

if anyone has questions about putters let me know.  I have made many and have many more coming.  I know whats good it just depends on what you care about and want.

Technology? - Benock
Fitting Concept? - Benock
Quality & Materials? - Benock 
Art Work? - Lamb
Brand? - Cameron
Market Buzz? - Lamb

 

 

 

 


 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Congrats on the marketing dollars Benock pays this site “thumbs up” 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 11/19/2017 at 4:41 PM, TheBoomer said:

Congrats on the marketing dollars Benock pays this site “thumbs up” 

0 dollars.

These are just the facts.    Would you like to debate the merits of my claim against other brands?  

Please bring your argument if so.

Anyone doing micro-milling?
Anyone hire NS Tool?
Anyone have 5 x 5Axis machines? incl miltap
Who is creating 4-6 new CAD designs a day?
Who is willing to make the customer a custom cad?
Who is offering 3136L as a custom option?
I can go on for days.

What u got?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

golds   never get old . priceless to me.

benock is a totally different animal

I think evenroll is the  new uber  best  right ?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
22 hours ago, TourSpecGolfer said:

0 dollars.

These are just the facts.    Would you like to debate the merits of my claim against other brands?  

Please bring your argument if so.

Anyone doing micro-milling?
Anyone hire NS Tool?
Anyone have 5 x 5Axis machines? incl miltap
Who is creating 4-6 new CAD designs a day?
Who is willing to make the customer a custom cad?
Who is offering 3136L as a custom option?
I can go on for days.

What u got?

 

Nobody is arguing !!! 

The question was asked about Tyson Lamb putters and you took it a different direction. 

You did the same thing with Epon. When this site was selling their product it was the best on earth, now that you don't Epon is s**t. 

 

You'll end doing the same thing with the Benock Putter line once you run the course with them. 

 

I understand that you want to argue and I understand you have to keep telling people how great Benock is and Im sure theyre a pretty good putter manufacture. And we all understand that Benock is the flavor of the hour.  

 

 

You did the same thing with SEVEN. 

Written by YOU

"These are 1 piece forged heads with traditional lofts while the 703 and PXG XF are multi piece with strong lofts.  The 703 and PXG will be longer and more forgiving club vs club than the Seven CB and MCB.  That said the Maruman NX Shuttle Iron,  PRGR Super Egg, Yamaha UD+ will crush any Epon or PXG if your looking for forgiveness and distance.

The Sevens were produced with a few goals in mind:

- They must be made in Japan

- They must be higher quality than any other brand

- They must have very low offset 

- The shape must rival brands like Titleist, Bridgestone, Dunlop

- The CGs must be progressive with optimal locations chosen by cad and tested by human

- It must be a 1 piece forged head for feel 


This is  higher quality than Endo and I can say that with confidence.  But the iron you choose will depend on what your preferences are.  If your preferences match the iron you choose then you will be happiest.  So maybe its Seven,  maybe its PXG or Epon its about what you want.

 

I come on here trying to get a Un-bias review from other members and you always chime in with a motive. 

 

 

Edited by TheBoomer

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I think many of us here are biased towards JDM equipment to start with.  

That said,  I love my Benock because it was milled to my specs. 

Essentially, there is a CNC program at Benock which is unique to my specific putter. 

That's pretty cool if you think about it that way. 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 hours ago, D22marshall said:

Un-bias would be nice to hear now and again.

 

+1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

well........ ive got/had pretty much  everything JDM from the last 15 yrs

epon are the best quality  irons ( so says my clubbuilder and I agree )  don't mean I play them that much , but impossible to discredit them. every time I take me out , I wonder why they wont  make a  ltd ed. players  iron grrrr!!!!

epon 101 driver head is prob the best quality head ive ever hit.

golds mod is  the best thing  you cud ever do to  a putter.

benock has a very unique  feel look.

modart is equally a very unique  brand I  are right up there with epon

 

Yamaha  1980s   hal sutotn MBS are the equal of anything out OEM today.

 

look back as much as you look fwds .  surprises abound!

 

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 12/18/2017 at 8:44 AM, TheBoomer said:

 

Nobody is arguing !!! 

The question was asked about Tyson Lamb putters and you took it a different direction. 

You did the same thing with Epon. When this site was selling their product it was the best on earth, now that you don't Epon is s**t. 

 

You'll end doing the same thing with the Benock Putter line once you run the course with them. 

 

I understand that you want to argue and I understand you have to keep telling people how great Benock is and Im sure theyre a pretty good putter manufacture. And we all understand that Benock is the flavor of the hour.  

 

 

You did the same thing with SEVEN. 

Written by YOU

"These are 1 piece forged heads with traditional lofts while the 703 and PXG XF are multi piece with strong lofts.  The 703 and PXG will be longer and more forgiving club vs club than the Seven CB and MCB.  That said the Maruman NX Shuttle Iron,  PRGR Super Egg, Yamaha UD+ will crush any Epon or PXG if your looking for forgiveness and distance.

The Sevens were produced with a few goals in mind:

- They must be made in Japan

- They must be higher quality than any other brand

- They must have very low offset 

- The shape must rival brands like Titleist, Bridgestone, Dunlop

- The CGs must be progressive with optimal locations chosen by cad and tested by human

- It must be a 1 piece forged head for feel 


This is  higher quality than Endo and I can say that with confidence.  But the iron you choose will depend on what your preferences are.  If your preferences match the iron you choose then you will be happiest.  So maybe its Seven,  maybe its PXG or Epon its about what you want.

 

I come on here trying to get a Un-bias review from other members and you always chime in with a motive. 

 

 

Boomer u  forgot to include Scratch golf and now Itorbori is on the s list . Many others I'm sure.  Bahahahahahahahaha. we are on a forum in which there is actually product bring marketed and sold. Just scroll back to the top and click back to main site to see who's ok to talk about.

Benock?! never heard of it outside of this forum. I've never touched one so I can't say "it's the best technology or materials or fitting concept. " Fitting concept? Uh Huh. Just the flavor of the month. 

Back to TL... $3500 is pricey. My putter is not a Tyson lamb, but is made from custom cad made to my spec with inputs, dimensions, weight, designs/engraving I asked for and it wasn't as costly as this. Tyson makes good looking putters but they're pricey. I doubt Tyson will do something that custom without charging even more. I Ipersonally wouldn't  pay $3500 for one.  There are a lot of excellent putter makers out there that can be had for less. But if he is getting that much for them then good for him.

And of course my putter wasn't made in Japan so "it's not the best." 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Everyone is bias. I like my mom more than yours.

So lets avoid personal swipes at me and please don't put words in my mouth and definitely do not come here if you want the same opinion you will find everywhere else. You are talking to someone who designs, manufactures, owns brands, builds brands, visits many factories each year and that many brands seek consultation from. You get that anywhere else? learn and know you don't have to agree but understand your insults will get you 86'd fast.

1. Epon is still great better than most out there incl Miura etc.. Never said it was Shit like you claim but can go on for days on things I do not agree with. You care to know where their drivers are made now?  

2. Benock is the absolute best and I am willing to debate this with anyone.  You have nothing just insults.  Please do your best to back something up, anything? The Machines he uses, the CAD staff he has, the partnership with NSTool makes him untouchable, the ability is like no other. including The Masterful Tour Scottys. It has taken me 4 years to put this together. what are you doing?

3. Yes I did the same thing with SEVEN, stand by all of those. which one do you not agree about?

So let me get this straight, I bring you the very best products, the most critical look at brands and you get salty about what I said about a brand. I am not here for your feelings sir and you should expect this at TSG. Knowing that, what the heck are you doing here?

--- Benock produces the best putters in the world. SEVEN CB and MCB are some of the best-made irons in the world... FACT. my cost per head is $230 bucks. Any other brand touch this? Anyone else willing to tell you their cost and how things are actually made with no fluff? Any real questions about why?

--- My motive? uh yes sell products and RAISE standards. RAISE YOUR STANDARDS! This industry is walking over the consumer like a bunch of chums and its dumbing everything down. It will end with consumers focused on buzz words, names of tech that do not matter and forgetting about the things that actually matter.

What I have been trying to do is get people to focus on materials, where its made, how its made, what is better, etc.. When you buy an expensive product do you not want the very best you can get for your money?

--- I am happy to talk about Miura, Scratch, Itobori, Epon, etc.. etc.. Is anything I said not true? Spin Welded hosels, Open Model heads overpriced, no 1018 sold in Japan... I hope facts don't hurt your feelings.

There are many other forums for you to be and stay at.  Don't come here if all you want is roses. You know what TSG is all about.  Come here if you are a discerning mofo.

The reasons why I am able to know and say these things is because I show up.  I didnt just read it on the internet, I go there, negotiate, push our agenda, bring the products to market, influence these brands and often deliver.  I fail in many  relationships but when dealing with dozens of unique individuals it is expected.  What are you doing other than whining in a forum you probably shouldn't be at anyway?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 1/5/2018 at 9:25 PM, 1dirtypanda said:

Boomer u  forgot to include Scratch golf and now Itorbori is on the s list . Many others I'm sure.  Bahahahahahahahaha. we are on a forum in which there is actually product bring marketed and sold. Just scroll back to the top and click back to main site to see who's ok to talk about.

Benock?! never heard of it outside of this forum. I've never touched one so I can't say "it's the best technology or materials or fitting concept. " Fitting concept? Uh Huh. Just the flavor of the month. 

Back to TL... $3500 is pricey. My putter is not a Tyson lamb, but is made from custom cad made to my spec with inputs, dimensions, weight, designs/engraving I asked for and it wasn't as costly as this. Tyson makes good looking putters but they're pricey. I doubt Tyson will do something that custom without charging even more. I Ipersonally wouldn't  pay $3500 for one.  There are a lot of excellent putter makers out there that can be had for less. But if he is getting that much for them then good for him.

And of course my putter wasn't made in Japan so "it's not the best." 

Funny that Ari, Patrick and the scratch team has gotten over this and still work together with us yet you cant get over it.  I still stand by all I said.  

Itobori owes us $$$ and is shady as hell.  

You guys have it that exposing brand misinformation in a direct manner is a negative thing.   

Without knowing what we do and what we create for brands your easily able to pass judgment on TSG.  We show up and create and have more contributions over the last 15 years than you may know.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now