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7.24am 6th October 2011 - Corporate - This story was updated on Saturday, October 8th, 2011

John Kerr, Head Professional at The Fairmont St Andrews

John Letters of Scotland, the equipment brand with 93 years of clubmaking history, enjoyed a hugely successful week during the Dunhill Links Championship.

Fresh from their duties on the Dunhill Links Practice Ground, the new John Letters Tour Truck, complete with support vehicles and tour technicians, headed just a few miles up the road to set up base on the driving range at the Fairmont Golf Hotel and make-available the service and craftsmanship usually reserved for the games best players – to golfers of all levels and abilities.

From Thursday 29th Sept to Sunday 2nd October the John Letters’ dedicated team of Tour technicians were busy with members of the public taking advantage of the once in a lifetime opportunity to get a set of hand built clubs made on their European Tour Truck in St Andrews.

With an unsurpassed reputation for providing the very best custom built clubs, the John Letters’ team utilised the latest Flightscope technology as well as their finest clubmaking traditions to ensure all new clubs were a perfect fit for each and every golfer, from wedges to full sets of Master Model irons and the new Tour Black Driver.

One of the first golfers to benefit was John Kerr, Head Professional at The Fairmont St Andrews. Pictured with his full set of Letters equipment – Kerr has long been an admirer of John Letters’ equipment and is delighted to be an official stockist of the famous Scottish brand.

With 20% off all John Letters equipment the week of the Dunhill Links, the showroom and workshop, a mere 254 yard drive from the 18 green of the Old Course, enjoyed a particularly busy week.

Under the Stewardship of John Andrew, John Letters of Scotland are making big steps to regain the title as the finest clubmaker in golf. With further investment in a new Showroom and Workshop in St Andrews as well as  events like this, highlighting the brands commitment to reconnect with its Scottish heritage.

Setting up base in the home of golf, the new Workshop in St Andrews, which opened in April, enables John Letters to combine the latest performance technologies with their finest clubmaking and craftsmanship traditions to hand assemble and custom-build its 2011-12 range of products in Scotland; including the recently re-launched Master Model driver and irons and much-coveted Tour Black wedges.

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