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SuperStroke Release Limited Edition Patriotic Grips

10.58am 18th July 2016 - New Products - This story was updated on Thursday, July 21st, 2016

SuperStroke gripsSuperStroke, the leading grip brand used by Jordan Spieth, has released a range of limited edition putter grips bearing the British, Scottish and Irish national flags ahead of golf returning to the Olympic Games next month.

The distinctive brand’s most popular putter grip models, including Spieth’s Flatso 1.0 and both the Legacy and Pistol GT ranges, have been re-designed to include the flags of the strong golfing nations competing in the Rio showcase tournaments.

The grips incorporate the exclusive SuperStroke CounterCore Technology, which enables a 50g counter-balancing weight to be easily installed to help improve rhythm in the putting stroke.

“With so many Tour players using SuperStroke products and golf being re-introduced to a wider international audience through the Olympics, the new limited edition grips are a great way for golfers to display their national colours on the course,” said Tony Fletcher, UK Sales Manager at Brand Fusion International. “We’re very confident that these original products will prove very popular with golfers at all levels.”

The Pistol GT grip was introduced to the market earlier this year. Like all SuperStroke putter grips, it includes the patented No-Taper design that helps to promote even grip pressure for a more reliable putting stroke.

The new limited edition grips are available with a RRP of £37.99.

Brand Fusion www.brandfusionltd.co.uk

       

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