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Manufacturer Specific Boards => Kari Lajosi Putters => Topic started by: KLP1264 on August 09, 2017, 05:38:02 PM

Title: LP421- flowneck
Post by: KLP1264 on August 09, 2017, 05:38:02 PM
I recently modified one of my early models into a slightly larger mid mallet- something in between the Bayzie and the V201. This one has a small flowneck, but it can also be set up with a single bend shaft or even a small plumbers neck.

303SS with a satin finish- polished bumpers & sole
365g, 68* 3*
Deep milled face
Custom site lines & dot
Cut at 36* and fitted with a SS 2.0 pistol

Kari
Title: Re: LP421- flowneck
Post by: bargolf on August 10, 2017, 06:31:14 PM
Beauty Kari, Toe Hang?
Title: Re: LP421- flowneck
Post by: KLP1264 on August 10, 2017, 07:09:03 PM
Beauty Kari, Toe Hang?

It was a little bit over 45* Bruce. It had a fairly short flow neck, If I increased the length, I'm sure I could get to 30*

Kari
Title: Re: LP421- flowneck
Post by: Pops on August 13, 2017, 10:57:27 PM
Kari, I love the size and symmetry of this mid mallet head. Extremely interesting. I was wondering how you would make this putter perfectly face balance. Could a double bend shaft be used to get it face balanced? Love the head shape.

Bill
Title: Re: LP421- flowneck
Post by: KLP1264 on August 14, 2017, 01:43:05 AM
Kari, I love the size and symmetry of this mid mallet head. Extremely interesting. I was wondering how you would make this putter perfectly face balance. Could a double bend shaft be used to get it face balanced? Love the head shape.

Bill

Yes Bill- a double bend shaft would work and get it face balanced.

Kari
Title: Re: LP421- flowneck
Post by: Pops on August 14, 2017, 07:24:58 AM
Kari, I love the size and symmetry of this mid mallet head. Extremely interesting. I was wondering how you would make this putter perfectly face balance. Could a double bend shaft be used to get it face balanced? Love the head shape.

Bill

Yes Bill- a double bend shaft would work and get it face balanced.

Kari

Thanks Kari,

I was wondering which mid mallet head would be approximately the same size as the older Cameron Fastback No. 1 ?

Bill