How to Paint Fill Golf Clubs
Paint Filling Golf Clubs
Here’s How we Paint Filled our golf Clubs in under 10 minutes…and turned our golf clubs from boring to interesting
What you need to know About Paint Filling Golf Clubs
Are you sick of going to the golf course and seeing everyone else and their mother playing the same golf clubs that you have in the bag? Or strolling the wedge rack at your local golf shop and seeing the exact same boring golf clubs in nothing but different lofts and brands?
It doesn’t matter if you’re breaking par of struggling to hit your driver off the tee, ask anyone that is shopping for a new or used golf club and one of the first things that they notice is the paint fills that the company has used one the club.
And if you ever spoke to marketer for one of these big brands, you would learn that they choose these colors based off of what will generate them the most sales, what their competitors are doing, and how it matches with their upcoming marketing campaigns for television and magazine ads, not necessarily what each and every golfer will like…
They focus on appealing to the masses when it comes to picking the paint fills on your golf clubs and putters…
And if you do want to customize your golf clubs you’ve probably have or will figure out it will cost you an arm and a leg because it’s considered a “Tour Only” service and is too much of a hassle for them to take specific requests from each and every one of their customers.
And you’re not alone with that discovery…
Fact: No golf club manufacturer is offering a custom paint fill service that is easy and genuinely COMPLETELY CUSTOM
And this isn’t something that we just made up…
I’ve been learned from the best in the business when it comes to fitting and have placed over thousands of custom orders for golfers of all abilities.
On each custom order form, you are limited to only common paint fill areas and to approximately 8-15 colors that they consider to be “custom” (not really though).
And most of these custom forms are for WEDGES AND PUTTERS ONLY…
What about your drivers, irons and fairway woods?
That’s right…according to the custom options that the vendors have made available to the public, everyone else is forced to pick from the short list of custom options and that’s even if you do elect to pay extra…
…Even when you do place a custom order for a “custom” paint filled golf club you are actually picking from a “standard list” of what they can and cannot do that everyone else has access to. And there’s nothing so special about that.
Now do you see why everyone is skipping on placing “custom” orders from the vendors?
And this is completely intentional…
If you did order a custom paint filled golf club or you are interested in doing it, you didn’t do anything wrong…
These golf club vendors are in the business of time and money. Every golf club that they have to paint fill and customize for a customer they are taking one extra employee away from building clubs that they are selling and are dedicating them to a service that will roughly generate $15-$25 worth of revenue per club.
And when they do decide to offer the service it is usually “vanilla” in flavor and is very basic. They’re taking a risk by offering wild designs and are risking that you won’t like the design once they deliver it to you.
They view paint filling as a nice “added service” to offer customers that gives them an extra level of marketing that might convince you to order a club from them over their competitor.
Enter their tour department…
There’s a reason many of the world’s best golf club builders can only offer this for tour players or charge you extra…they are focused on keeping their sponsored staff players happy!
Now, if you want to get access to the true custom department these vendors offer…it’s going to cost you.
(But don’t worry…as you’ll soon see it shouldn’t and won’t cost you very much to do, and if you do it right you’ll have a blast and can even generate a little bit of money from it if you would like to pursue it.)
So how do you get around these challenges of expensive truly custom tour only services?
Is there a system or “guide” that will give you and your golf clubs the respect and curb appeal that they deserve?
There is, and that’s exactly what this page is all about…
Club Stamping’s Ultimate Golf Club Paint Fill
I’ve built thousands of golf clubs and have paint filled just as many (both for our own golf bags and for our customers) so when we noticed that 0% of vendors were offering a truly custom experience for golfers I knew I had to come up with a solution.
So rather than panic, I got to work…
In addition to running hundreds of our own tests, I also reached out and consulted with other experts both new and old to the golf club building game to come up with the ideal formula for maximizing my results paint filling golf clubs.
When I was finished, I was left with a simple, easy to follow 4-step “Golf Club Paint Filling Guide” that incorporated all of my best practices.
Here’s a sample of what’s covered in this guide…
Personally, I wouldn’t attempt this without having a proven, step-by-step guide to follow, especially if you’re planning on doing this on a brand new golf club or a golf club you wouldn’t be able to replace (ie. clubs with sentimental value or clubs that your budget wouldn’t be able to replace).
I mean it…
Don’t paint fill a single golf club until you’ve read this guide
Have you ever heard the expression: “pioneers get scalped but settlers prosper?”
The same applies here!
At ClubStamping.com, we’ve already done all the hard work, made all the mistakes and figured out what works (and what doesn’t). And believe me, we made some mistakes and “got scalped” (with paint stripper and others) a few times along the way…
…and we do this stuff for a living!!
That’s why we’re so careful to document WHAT WORKS into simple and easy-to-follow guides so that everyone looking to paint fill their golf clubs can duplicate my results and even start offering them as a paid service.
In the past this guide has only been available to myself and my shop only, but now I’m making them available to a select few in the public. (you’ll see why in just a bit.)
So now you don’t have to go it alone!
Normally these guides were sold with my kits that sell for $99-$199+, but for a very limited time I’ll let you have instant access to this plan with a paint fill for just $5.
Literally, you can buy a pack of tees from a golf shop or you can:
The choice is yours…
Click the “Add To Cart” button and start paint filling your golf clubs from anywhere in less than 10 minutes with the coupon code " COFFEE "…
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do You Paint Fill Golf Clubs?
What Golf Clubs Will These Work On?
Any and all golf clubs. As long as they already have paint fills on them you will be able to use these.
What Happens If I Make A Mistake or I Want To Change The Design?
Our Ultimate Golf Club Paint Fill requires only an alcohol based liquid to remove the paint fill (no Acetone needed!). Say good-bye to corrosive liquids and paint strippers that potentially harm the finish on golf clubs, are a pain to dispose of, and can ruin any surface in your pro shop or house.
Do I have to Strip The Paint That's Already On My Club?
The answer is no, you can put this paint fill directly over top of your existing paint fills. The only time you will remove the paint fill is if you've already used our Ultimate Golf Club Paint Fill and would like to change the fill colors again. In that case, all you have to use is our alcohol pad to wipe away the old paint fill and wait for it to dry until you reapply a new coat or a new color.
Are They Durable?
Our Ultimate Golf Club Paint Fill is UV and weather resistant. They are also designed to be used in proshops that paint fill dozens of golf clubs a day and can be used for multiple sets easily.
If you’re thinking that $5 is cheap…what’s the catch?” then here are three reasons that should put your mind at ease:
I also believe that once you checkout our guide to stamping golf clubs, you’ll want more and maybe…just maybe… you’ll come back, buy more and possibly even upgrade to a full wedge stamping kit or symbols where you will get the complete ability to stamp your golf clubs and fully utilize out tips and tricks.
But that’s it…
No fine print…no “hidden upsells”…no shenanigans. Just the information you need and the results you want.
Is there a guarantee
Yep…all our products have a 365-day, no questions asked quality guarantee.
In other words, if you aren’t happy for any reason, just let me know and I’ll give you your money back or send you a replacement free of charge. I obviously don’t think it’ll come to that, but if you're even the least bit worried if this will work for you, then put your mind at ease. You either get the results you want to you get your money back. It’s as simple as that!
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Paint filling your golf clubs is perhaps the easiest and most impact-full change you can make to your golf clubs. From freshening up the stock paint fills to completely overhauling your golf clubs color-way, the paint fill on your golf clubs is the first thing that people normally notice.
Below are the simple and easy steps to get you started personalizing and customizing the paint fills on your golf clubs.
How to Paint Fill Wedges
What you will need:
- Acetone/ nail polish remover/ alcohol swabs
- Paper towels/ rags
- Custom Paint Fills
- Club Clamp
- Safety gloves
- Safety eye wear
- Safety clothing/ apron
- Gather all the required items.
- Put on your safety gloves and protective eye wear as well as protective clothing.
- Clean the golf club with your alcohol based solution, acetone, or alcohol swabs. Having a clean surface for your paint fills is essential to ensuring that the paint fill sticks.
- Apply your Custom Paint Fills to the filling areas, following your desired color scheme and theme. Get all 10 Custom Paint Fills for an endless ability to personalize and customize all of your golf clubs and even your friends' clubs!
- Wait 10-20 minutes. Let the paint cure for at least 20 minutes.
- Using the acetone/ nail polish remover/ alcohol based liquid, wipe the excess paint off. Only a little pressure is required and a painting motion is best used. A paper towel soaked in acetone will be the fastest method but also the most likely to remove the paint fill. Alcohol swabs are the best and cleanest method, switching swabs every wipe and every color to ensure less smudging and paint "run". If you choose the paper towel method, use quick strokes and allow some time between wipes to prevent the paint from becoming too thin!
- Clean up the fines areas and let the paint cure for the next few days to ensure that it is fully set.