US20040166957A1 - Golf club putter, and the alternative - Google Patents

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US20040166957A1
US20040166957A1 US10/359,146 US35914603A US2004166957A1 US 20040166957 A1 US20040166957 A1 US 20040166957A1 US 35914603 A US35914603 A US 35914603A US 2004166957 A1 US2004166957 A1 US 2004166957A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B60/00Details or accessories of golf clubs, bats, rackets or the like
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B53/00Golf clubs
    • A63B53/10Non-metallic shafts
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B53/00Golf clubs
    • A63B53/12Metallic shafts

Abstract

This invention, relates to golf club putters, and golf clubs, and the improvement of this invention, is the lead filled shaft system, for the golf club putters, golf clubs, golf club shafts, and golf club putter shafts components, which improves the existing golf club putters with its unique ability, that allows the ball to die in the hole, or get next to the hole, with the correct line of sight. The specific method of the golf club shaft design simulates kind of a semi-anti-gravity effect, on a horizontal plane. In plane terms, this invention used as a golf club putter, slows the speed of the golf ball, using a normal golf putting swing, and the correct line of sight. This invention is described as follows: Utilizing existing, or manufacturing golf club shafts, filled with melted lead, also a variety of these putters will have a hollow area at the bottom of the shaft, right above the putter head, this is where the hollow area is, on the lead filled shaft, from zero to three inches, or more. This invention is not limited, to melted lead filled shafts, the shaft can also be filled with any element, compound or substance.

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  • This invention, relates to golf club putter, and golf clubs, and the improvement of this invention, is the lead filled shaft system, for the golf club putters, golf clubs, golf club shafts, and golf club putter shafts components, which improves the exiting golf club putters with its unique ability, that allows the ball to die in the hole, or get next to the hole, with the correct line of sight. The specific method of the golf club shaft design simulates kind of a semi-anti-gravity effect, on a horizontal plane. In plane terms, this invention used as a golf club putter, slows the speed of the golf ball, using a normal golf putting swing, and the correct line of sight. This invention is described as follows: Utilizing existing, or manufacturing golf club shafts, filled with melted lead, also a variety of these putters will have a hollow area at the bottom of tie shaft, right above the putter bead, this is where the hollow area is, on the lead filled shaft, from zero to three inches, or more. This invention is not limited, to melted lead filled shafts, the shaft can also be filled with any element, compound or substance. [0001]
  • BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention relates to golf club putters, and short distance golf clubs such as the nine iron and the pitching wedge. [0002]
  • SUMMARY OF INVENTION Description of this Invention
  • This invention, which relates to golf club putters, and golf clubs, specifically having, the a unique method for making, manufacturing golf club putters, and golf clubs, from different components and embodiments. These golf club putters, sad golf clubs, golf club shafts, and golf club putter shafts components improves the existing golf club putters with its unique ability that allows the ball to die in the hole. The specific method of the golf club shaft design simulates kind of a semi-anti-gravity effect, on a horizontal plane. In plane terms, this invention used as a golf club putter, slows the speed of the golf ball, using a normal golf putting swing, and allows the golf ball to fall in the hole, using the correct aim. [0003]
  • This invention can either be sold as a putter or a shaft for golf putters, or golf clubs [0004]
  • The difference, and improvement of this invention, from previous inventions, is the lead filled shaft system. The golf club putter is described as follows: Obtaining rights of the existing hollow shaft putters and filled with melted lead, that will solidify, get bard, also a variety of these putters will have a hollow area at the bottom of the shaft, right above the putter head, is where a hollow area is, from zero to five inches depending on the golfers putting comfort swing. This invention is not limited, and also includes, the alternative of manufacturing said golf putters shaft system, or the golf club putters with this melted lead filled golf shaft system, golf clubs with the same melted lead shaft system, including filling the shaft system with any element, compound, or substance, manufacturing golf club putters, and golf clubs, from different components and embodiments. These golf club putters, and golf clubs, golf club shaft, and golf club putter shafts components, improves the existing golf club putters with its unique ability, that allows the ball to die in the hole. The specific method of the golf club shaft design simulates kind of a semi-anti-gravity effect, on a horizontal plane. In plane terms, this invention used as a golf club putter, slows the speed of the golf ball, using a normal golf putting swing, and allows the golf ball to fall in the hole, using the correct aim.[0005]
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING
  • FIG. 1, is a plan view of the present invention, a melted lead filled golf club putter shaft system, a melted lead filled golf club shaft system, a melted lead filled golf club putter system, and a melted lead golf club system. [0006]
  • FIG. 2 is a side cross-sectional view of the invention as shown on FIG. 1, taken along the lines shown in FIG 1.[0007]
  • DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED EMBODIMENT
  • This invention relates to golf club putters and golf clubs specifically for a unique method for making golf club putters and and golf clubs, from different components and embodiments. These putters have, and putter shafts components improves the existing golf club putter with its unique ability to allow the golf ball to die in the hole, with the right line of sight, once the golf ball is putted, the ball will go in the golf green hole, or will stop close to the hole. The specific method of the golf club shaft design simulates, a semi-anti gravity effect on a horizontal plane, because of the heaviness of the putter, the putters motion swing has horizontal gravity, which is transferred to the ball, when applied with the proper procedure, of the putters stroke, or golf swing. In plane terms, this invention used as a putter slows the speed of the ball, using a normal putting swing, and allows the golf ball to fall in the hole, using the correct line of sight This invention can either be sold as a putter or a shaft for golf putters, or golf clubs. [0008]
  • The difference, and improvement of this invention, from previous inventions, is the lead filled shaft system. The golf club putter is described as follows: [0009]
  • Obtaining rights of the existing hollow shaft putters and filled with melted lead, that will solidify, get hard, also a variety of these putters will have a hollow area at the bottom of the shaft, right above the putter head, is where a hollow area is, from zero to five inches depending on the golfers putting comfort swing. This invention is not limited, and also includes, the alternative of manufacturing said golf putters shaft system, or the golf club putters with this melted lead filled golf shaft system, golf clubs with the same melted lead shaft system, including filling the shaft system element, compound, or substance. [0010]

Claims (12)

What I claim as my invention are twelve claims, which are as follows:
1. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to patent, sell, lease, and manufacture, in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and the manufacturing countries, that import, and export, this unique concept of the invention, the neutralizer, with its ability, of a simple swing with the right line of site, that allows the ball to die in the hole, (the hole), or get close to the hole.
2. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to sell, lease, and manufacture, the lead filled golf club putter shaft system, in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and the manufacturing countries, that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
3. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to sell, lease, and manufacture any element, compound or substance, in place of the melted lead, in the lied filled golf putter shaft system, in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, the manufacturing countries that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
4. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to sell, lease, and manufacture the existing golf putter shafts, and incorporating this lead filled golf putter shaft system, in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, the manufacturing countries that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
5. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to purchase existing golf club putter shaft, and incorporate the use of any element, compound, substance, in place of the lead filled golf club shaft system, for the exclusive right to sell, lease, and manufacture this invention in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, the manufacturing countries, that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
6. The exclusive rights of ownership, to sell, lease, or manufacture the hollow area, which varies from zero to three inches, right above the putter head, and shaft unification, In the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and the manufacturing countries, that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
7. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to sell, lease, or manufacture the hollow area, which varies from zero to five inches or higher, in the United States, in the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and the manufacturing countries, that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
8. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to sell, lease, and manufacture this lead filled golf club putter system, in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and the manufacturing countries, that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
9. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to sell, lease, or manufacture this lead filled golf club shaft system in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and the manufacturing countries that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
10. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to sell, lease or manufacture the lead filled, golf club putter, in the United States, the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and the manufacturing countries, that export, and import, and the rest of the world.
11. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to patent, sell, lease, and manufacture separate components of the lead filled golf club putter system in the United States, in the Western World, the Democratic Nations, and including the manufacturing countries, that export and import.
12. The exclusive rights, of ownership, to patent, sell, lease, or manufacture this invention, the neutralizer, identified by its small entity application Ser. No. 10/359,146, which relates to golf club putters, and golf clubs, specifically of the a unique method for making, manufacturing golf club putters, and golf clubs, from different components and embodiments, of which, these golf club putters, golf clubs, golf club shaft and golf club putter shaft components, improves the existing golf club putters with its unique ability that allows the ball to die in the hole, along with the specific method of the golf club shaft design simulates, kind of a semi-anti-gravity effect, on a horizontal plane, which in plane terms, this invention, used as a golf club putter, slows the speed of the golf ball, using a normal golf putting swing, and allows the golf ball to fall in the hole, using the correct aim, line of sight.
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US5257807A (en) * 1992-06-01 1993-11-02 Baumann Peter E Golf club putter
US5632691A (en) * 1995-03-31 1997-05-27 Golfology, Inc. Golf putter
US5876293A (en) * 1997-09-03 1999-03-02 Musty; David C. Golf putter head
US20030207720A1 (en) * 2002-05-03 2003-11-06 Joseph Sery Swing weight plug and method for manufacturing a golf club having a pre-selected swing weight

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US5257807A (en) * 1992-06-01 1993-11-02 Baumann Peter E Golf club putter
US5632691A (en) * 1995-03-31 1997-05-27 Golfology, Inc. Golf putter
US5876293A (en) * 1997-09-03 1999-03-02 Musty; David C. Golf putter head
US20030207720A1 (en) * 2002-05-03 2003-11-06 Joseph Sery Swing weight plug and method for manufacturing a golf club having a pre-selected swing weight

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