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Tiger Shark Ready to Bite in UK

9.47am 14th April 2011 - New Products - This story was updated on Sunday, June 26th, 2011

The impressive Tiger Shark range of putters – fresh from extensive use on the PGA Tour – is now available in the UK.

Both the Great White and GreenSpeed putters are being distributed exclusively in the UK by Weston-Super-Mare-based Masters Golf, Europe’s most-bought golf brand.

The nine stainless steel putters in the Great White range each feature a double-milled aluminium face insert for a soft feel and excellent feedback. They are available in seven right-handed models and two left-handed, including a ‘belly’ version that comes with an extended shaft and grip. The putters come with a blue Ultra-Tac Jumbo grip and have a recommended retail price (RRP) of £59.99.

The eight GreenSpeed putters help golfers control speed on the greens by virtue of a unique, interchangeable weighting system, which enables the user to compensate for differences in putting surfaces.

Six of the models come with five, 10 and 15-gram weights, while the VS-5 has two five- and two 10-gram weights for heel-toe weighting and the VS-6 has one five and one 10-gram weight. Double-milled face grooves – milled to precise tolerances to enhance accuracy and distance control – afford a no-skid roll. The GreenSpeed range is available with either a red Ultra-Tac Jumbo or red Super Stroke Fatso Lite grip – as used by Korean superstar KJ Choi. The GreenSpeed range of putters has a RRP of £79.99.

All four styles of TigerShark and Superstroke putter grips – UltraTac Jumbo, UltraTac SJ-67, SuperStroke Fatso Lite and SuperStroke Slim – are available for purchase as individual items.

The Tiger Shark range of putters and putter-grips are available from a wide range of retail operations throughout the UK, including pro shops. For a list of distributors visit the Masters Golf website

Masters Golf is a leading distributor in a wide range of golf products, including accessories, bags, balls, gloves and junior equipment – including its own range of ‘Masters’ golf clubs.

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