Bullseye putter

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By jbumgarmer

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  1. Recently I acquired a Bullseye putter. It's approximately 331/2 inches from top of grip to bottom of the blade. Original leather wrap grip, fluted shaft with very few dings. On the bottom of the head, reading from heel to toe is LH-FLM 5 S, JOHN REUTER JR., MADE IN U.S.A., Acushnet, a Registered profile of a bulls eye and a BULLS EYE logo with two concentric circles, BULL on the top and Eye below along with another R for Registered. I presume it to be lefthanded given the LH and a slight offset to the left when viewing from the heel. It appears to be all brass and is at least 50 years old or older. 1. What is it? 2. When could it have been manufactured? 3. Is it at all rare? and, 4. What might be the value range?

  2. BCH

    BCH

    I found this list of bullseye putter codes from a GolfWRX post

    Model:

    STD - Standard
    OS - Old Standard
    O-Set - Offset
    OR - Original
    LB - Light Blade
    HB - Heavy Blade
    LAF - LaFemme
    JR - Junior
    FL - Flange
    LHFL - Left Handed Flange
    LFL - Heel Shafted Flange
    WFL - Wide Flange
    WFL-O - Wide Flange Offset
    HSF - Heel Shafted Flange
    HSF-II - Heel Shafted Flange II
    ML - Mallet
    MLO - Mallet Offset
    MLI - Mallet I

    Length:

    4 - 34"
    5 - 35"
    6 - 36"


    Lie:

    M - Medium
    U - Upright
    F - Flat

    Grip:

    P - Paddle
    S - Standard
    C - Cord

    Your code is: LH-FLM 5 S

    LHFL - Left Handed Flange
    M - Medium lie
    5 - 35"
    S - Standard grip

    I think the also have a history of John Reuter jr. on that site as well if your search.

    GL

  3. Thank you GL! This most helpful.

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