John Letters of Scotland, the equipment brand with 94 years of clubmaking history, is delighted to announce they will be powering Jeremy Dale’s Trick-shot Show in 2012.
The world-renowned trick-shot artist will carry John Letters’ equipment including a tour staff bag and will be fully-branded as a John Letters ambassador on his travels in 2012.
In addition, Jeremy will also perform his trick-shot shows at Super Demo Day events at John Letters Golf Academies across the UK and also undertake some presenting work on retail partner, Direct Golf’s TV channel, Direct Golf TV.
A delighted Jeremy Dale, commented: “It’s fantastic to be joining forces with a brand such as John Letters. It has such a great history in the game and I’m looking forward to taking the latest equipment with me and spreading the word as I travel the globe performing my trick-shot show.”
Jeremy is best known as the world’s finest switching-hitting trick-shot artist. Starting out as a right-handed player he transformed his golf, and his career, by learning to play left-handed as well. In 1992 he hit his first shot as a left-hander and was on his way to developing the amazing, switch-hitting spectacle that is the Jeremy Dale Golf Show and today, still holds the distinction of being one of very few PGA professionals to have played under-par rounds, and made holes-in-one, both left and right-handed.
After graduating fromSussexUniversityin Psychology, his first job in golf was as a caddy at the 1984 Open Championship and he turned professional in 1989. Equally proficient left and right handed, he has since forged a fine reputation as a PGA coach and one of the world’s most accomplished full time trick-shot performers, having performed in 33 countries on six different continents.
Simon Corp, Marketing and Business Manager for John Letters, added: “Jeremy’s a great addition to the John Letters tour staff. As well as Sam Torrance, Phil Archer and Chris Hanson, Jeremy brings something different and we look forward to utilising his unique services at our events.”
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