T2 Paintfill

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By golfinnut

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  1. golfinnut

    Leesburg, VA

    So I usually don't put my headcover back on the driver after every hole. After #1 it usually stays off for the rest of the round just for ease of removal. Unfortunately, the strap on the cart wasn't holding very well I guess. I pulled away on a cart path like usual & off went the clubs. And of course the cart path marked up the side of my fairly new TS2 driver. Knicks taken out of it. So my question is ... is there a paint fill pen that Titleist sells to repair such things? I know the paint is proprietary to Titleist, so there is no way I can find something that will match it locally. For instance, I was going to look for a car paint that closely matched it. They sell paint pens to match your color code on your car. I was hoping Titleist did some sort of the same thing. Or better yet, repair mine :) I was so annoyed when that happened! I like to keep my clubs pristine.

  2. golfinnut

    Leesburg, VA

    No one has any ideas on Paint fill?? I don't want to live with scratch marks on my driver :(
  3. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

  4. Darron K

    Darron K
    Fate, TX

    You can use Testors/Finger nail polish with a small syringe, toothpick/metal pick or fine brush. If you haven't done paint fill before I suggest you watch some videos and try on a club you don't use anymore. Some methods work better for some but not others.
  5. Darron K

    Darron K
    Fate, TX

    If it's the scratches on the head itself...you can probably try an automotive touch up paint pen or something like that. All else fails, just grab a Sharpie and only you'll notice. LoL
  6. Lance P

    Lance P
    Hillsborough, NC

    I've used bright white auto touch-up paint on a certain company's putters and a driver that I no longer own. Never looked great but it was better than nicks and scratches. I guess it all depends on how much of perfectionist you are and what bugs you. Others have stated a club is a tool and it can and should get dirty/used.
  7. Michael P

    Michael P
    Athens, AL

    Testors paint applied with a toothpick would be my recommendation if problem is strictly cosmetic. I've done some paint fill on wedges this way with good success.

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