As golf fever starts to hit the UK with the Open Championship drawing near, Ian Poulter's design company, IJP Design, has launched its third limited edition putter cover.
Thoughtfully designed, the cover is embroidered with a unique crest featuring the Scottish flag and the date 1774 - when Muirfield was established.
This edition in the luxury series celebrates Scotland, the home of golf, and continues to represent Poulter's distinctive style with original designs.
Just 600 of the limited edition putter covers have been produced - 350 in blade, 250 in mallet - and each one is individually numbered.
Mark Truby, Managing Director of IJP Design, said: "The third of this year's series of IJP Design putter covers recognises and embodies the spirit of British golfing heritage in a considered and stylish way."
The exclusive cover is made from PU/leatherette, complete with a soft fleecy lining, IJP Design ball marker and its own protective, lined tote bag which can be used for holding spare balls or tees.
Golfers wanting to get their hands on this limited edition cover can do so now at a cost of £39.95 at www.ijpdesign.com
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