Scotland’s finest club-maker, John Letters, will celebrate its fifth consecutive visit to the annual Scottish Golf Show, later this month, with a host of unique, exclusive offers, with up to 85 per cent off normal retail prices.
The historic brand, which has been producing clubs for nearly a century, will showcase its entire range – with particular focus on the TR47 club range and the pioneering new TR47 Premium Combination glove – but it is also putting on some exclusive show deals which are sure to prove hugely popular with visitors to the stand.
Putters and wedges will be available from just £10, while hybrids will start at an astonishing £15 – and the brand’s product development engineer, James Graham, believes they will prove to be unrepeatable offers.
He explained: “These products have never been marked down to this extent before and it’s not likely to happen again as we don’t envisage having any left after the show. As a proud Scottish brand John Letters is happy to make such an offer exclusively to visitors to the country’s national golf show.
“Historically, this is a very successful event where the public try the latest equipment and get to speak to the people behind the brand. In our experience visitors to the Scottish Golf Show are hugely knowledgeable golfers and keen to buy – but they’re also on the look-out for a bargain or two, and that’s what they will get at the John Letters stand.”
But that’s not all they will find when visiting John Letters at stand A19 as there will also be the opportunity to win unique ‘money can’t buy’ prizes courtesy of the John Letters tour technicians.
John Letters has been producing golf clubs since 1918 and many prestigious golfers have used the brand, including former Open champions Fred Daly, Paul Lawrie, Lee Trevino and Gary Player, Ryder Cup captains Dai Rees, Sam Torrance and Bernard Gallacher, and the 2013 European Senior Tour order-of-merit winner, Paul Wesselingh.
The Scottish Golf Show takes place from March 27-29, at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow. For further information or to book tickets visit www.thescottishgolfshow.co.uk
John Letters www.johnletters.com
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