I'm trying to identify an old putter I use that has no I.D. on it at all.
It's BeCu and is constructed from 4 BeCu rails that give it a rectangular shape when viewed from above.It is 2 1/2" deep and 3 7/16" wide. Identical flat-topped rails enclose the ends of the head.
The face section is thicker than the 3 other rails/bars and is 9/16" thick.
Between the 1st rail and the second is a 13/16" space, then a 3/16" rail, then a 7/16" space, then another 3/16" rail, a 7/32" space, a 3/16" rail.
The front rail is 3/4" deep and the side rails are 3/4" deep 1/2 way toward the rear of putter head and then taper down to 3/16".
The 3 back rails are set level with the top of the lead rail but are only 3/16" deep, so the back of the putter head is raised up off the turf.
All the rails are flat on top and there is a sight-line cut thru the center of each rail.
The loft appears to be 4-5*.
The head is shafted with a double bend True Temper shaft into the head between the heel and the center line.The grip is an old, small diameter Golf Pride/Pro Only with the man.
The putter "pings" just like an original Ping on impact.
The swing weight is rather heavy--high D to low E.
Anyone have an idea what it is?
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