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Letters Marks Successful Return Home at Golf Show

12.15am 7th April 2010 - Corporate - This story was updated on Thursday, April 8th, 2010

John Letters at 2010 Scottish Golf Show

John Letters of Scotland, the equipment brand with over 90 years of clubmaking history, reports their return to Scotland at the 2010 Scottish Golf Show, was a resounding success.

Established in Scotland in 1918 and renowned globally for producing golf equipment of the highest quality, John Letters showcased their latest range of performance products at the SECC, Glasgow, from the 26-28 March 2010 during which they received an overwhelming response from the Scottish public.

With an unrivalled heritage and history of craftsmanship within the game and with firm roots in Scotland, golfers of all ages showed their delight by warmly welcoming one of its fondest and most famous golf brands back.

Following an absence of over five years and with a new comprehensive product range for 2010 combining the very latest technologies with its fine craftsmanship techniques, John Letters utilised the 2010 Scottish Golf Show to re-connect with its many fans.

Rescued from potential obscurity when it was purchased by AA class PGA Professional John Andrew in 2005, John Letters until now has been available on an exclusive basis by leading UK retailer Direct Golf. With new investors into John Letters of Scotland Limited and a renewed enthusiasm to extend the brands appeal, the specialist golf distribution Company, UK Golf Distribution, has been tasked with growing the business globally and most notably in Scotland.

The Scottish show was the first step towards re-establishing the brand in the market, with UK Golf Distribution already securing a number of key retailers to ensure fans can get their hands on the latest award-winning John Letters products.

John Letters www.johnletters.com

       

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