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Letters Add Short Game Expert to Tour Technical Staff

8.05am 30th May 2012 - People

John Letters of Scotland, the equipment brand with 94 years of clubmaking history, has secured the services of highly-regarded European Tour coach, Andy Gorman.

Gorman, a PGA professional since 1990, is a specialist putting and short-game coach and has worked with a number of leading European Tour golfers including Steve Webster, Alison Nicholas, Felicity Johnson – bringing a wealth of experience to the John Letters Technical tour staff.

As well as work on tour, the former Jamaica National coach and Head professional at Sandals golf and Country Club, will work closely with the John Letters Product Development Team to provide valuable insight in future John Letters product including the design of a new ‘Signature’ series range of putters.

On his appointment, Andy commented: “John Letters has a great history in the game and over recent years have really stepped things up. I’m delighted to be teaming up with them and getting involved in their product design as well work out on tour.”

Simon Corp, Marketing and Business Manager for John Letters, added: “We’re delighted to be adding someone of Andy’s calibre to our team on tour. We’re looking to step-up our tour presence and with the re-launch of the Golden Goose in 2011, Andy’s short-game expertise will prove invaluable.”

John Letters www.johnletters.com

       

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