UK Golf Distribution add John Letters

UK Golf Distribution, the specialist golf distribution company, are delighted to announce that they have secured the right to John Letters of Scotland

John Letters has a new distributor

UK Golf Distribution has managed to secure the rights to John Letters of Scotland.

Letters joins a growing list of products including Adams golf brand, Hotblade, the handcrafted putter and wedge line designed by legendary club maker Tad Moore, the Jaxx Junior product line and Golf Locker range of accessories.
John Letters
was rescued from potential obscurity when it

was purchased by AA class PGA Professional John Andrew in 2005 and until now has been sold on an exclusive basis by leading UK retailer Direct Golf.

With new investors into John Letters of Scotland Limited and a renewed enthusiasm to extend the brands appeal, the recently-formed UK Golf Distribution has been tasked with growing the business globally.

After almost 100 years of club-making history, John Letters

of Scotland have an unrivalled heritage of craftsmanship within the game of golf. Names like as Fred Daly, Dai Rees, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, Sam Torrance, Cathy Panton, Bernard Gallacher and Paul Lawrie have all played and won with their clubs on tour.

Combined, they have reportedly won the Open more

than any other single club maker, and therefore there aren't too many who can lay claim to rival the achievements of John Letters.

Meanwhile, UK Golf Distribution have also appointed Martin Thompson as UK Sales Director.

Thompson who left his post at Callaway Golf (opens in new tab), joins Phil Aitken and his team at UK Golf Distribution to help build their distribution and develop Adams and the other brands in the UKGD umbrella.

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