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Exclusive golf products made in St Andrews

8.58am 5th April 2012 - New Products

Openview Gallery, based near the Old Course in St Andrews creates a stunning range of corporate gifts and jewellery.

Gallery Director Oliver Dury explains: “We make bespoke cufflinks, ball markers, charms, money clips and pins for a number of respected brands in the golf industry. These make the perfect gift for a membership incentive, corporate giveaway or retail product.

“Items can be engraved with a company or club logo and stamped with our own exclusive St Andrews Makers Mark which shows that the piece is designed and made in St Andrews, adding a special significance for any golfer. By making all the products in St Andrews we can create gifts that are truly original – yet cost effective – pieces of quality craftsmanship.

“We are proud to manufacture these products ourselves and 2012 is a year to be proud of Britain as we look forward to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics this summer.

“If your club is celebrating a milestone this year or you’re interested in marking the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, all the items we make will carry the 2012 commemorative Diamond Jubilee hallmark as well as the St Andrews Makers Mark.”

Oliver Dury has a wealth of experience in the world of corporate golf. In dealing with his clients he recognised that there was a lack of originality in the club merchandise available and developed this range with a focus on freshness of design, inventiveness and excellence of quality.

“I know from experience the challenge of finding corporate gifts that have meaning,” he said. “Working with quality materials and highly skilled craftspeople we have managed to create an original range of products that will appeal to both the golfer and the non-golfing market, but keeping the home of golf at its heart.”

Openview Gallery www.openviewgallery.com

       

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