People ask me a lot how I got started doing this, so here goes. I come from a long line of carpenters, builders, craftsmen, people who take great pride in creating things with their hands. I started with building hotrods, minitrucks, and muscle cars with my buddies in high school in my dad's garage. I was probably the only person playing high school golf that was also driving a truck to the course they just finished welding together the night before. I've always known I could make something better and more unique than any soulless factory could. Flash-forward to "adulthood" and I am building peoples dream muscle cars and trucks for a living and loving it. Over time we transitioned to more parts development and manufacturing and less hotrod building. I found myself not loving it anymore. I lost that feeling of building something special, something the client has always wanted.
After a particularly bad day putting, I was positive it was this off the shelf, soulless factory putters' fault and definitely not my lack of talent or practice. So I decided that I would teach myself how to 3D model with Solidworks and then how to CNC Machine my own putter. Countless late nights, weekends, lunch hours, broken end mills, cussing, revisions and adjustments later I finally had my very own putter. Something unique, my own, the only one in the world like it and something I take great pride in every time I look at it.
I want everyone to have that feeling when they are using something so personal as a putter. Something they had a hand in creating, exactly how they want it. Something they take pride in. Something they love telling the story about how it came to life from a cold billet of steel to a 3D design, milled, hand finished, welded, torched, and assembled tool they get to actually use. I love the fact I get to build stuff with people that demand, expect and deserve nothing less than the absolute best.