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Bullet returns to UK and Ireland

9.00am 29th October 2003 - Corporate

Bullet and Cougar golf products make a welcome return to the UK and Ireland this year. The full range of products from tees to top of the range irons and woods is now available from the newly appointed distributors Team Frith, a specialist golf company, based in Louth, Lincolnshire.
Bullet began life in the USA, when Steve Dunn, a young professional in California, realising that the clubs on offer in shops were geared to the designs played by professionals, decided to make clubs that were more in tune with the needs and abilities of the average amateur. This user-friendly approach was a complete success and Steve and his father went on to launch the first golf supermarkets in the USA.
Nearer home, Ron Olthoff, President of the European Golf Foundation based in Holland, bought the rights for the Bullet and Cougar brands in Europe, Africa and other parts of the world. His energy and enthusiasm has brought the brands to a very strong market position in Europe. Nowadays, all the designs for clubs, bags, balls and accessories are made in Holland.
The new President, Leo Schonk, is continuing this progress and expansion with a range of clothing and the revolutionary G-Force irons. The own brand concept has been a great success with personalised Bullet bags made for a whole host of ‘blue chip‘ companies worldwide.
Team Frith is named after Freddie Frith, the World Motor Cycle Racing Champion. His granddaughter, Louise Brown, who founded the company and named it in his memory, is equally committed to excellence and top performance in the golf business.
A catalogue and price list of Bullet and Cougar products can be obtained through the websites www.bulletgolf.co.uk and www.teamfrith.com or from Team Frith, Suffolk House, 56 Westgate, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 9YD, U.K. Tel 01507 354767 & fax 01507 354784.

       

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