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the black oxide wedges were hands down the most beautiful shaped wedged from the entire show. I was thinking of ordering a pair and just thought id rather put them on my wall than in my bag, they are that perfect

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Hi everyone

 

I work for John Letters over here in the UK, and manned the stand at the show. It's great to hear the feedback from yourselves. Any questions you have regarding the range feel free to ask.

 

Cheers,

 

Dan

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Dan, thanks for posting here. Can you share a little on what you were telling me at the booth regarding the grinds, finishes, and European following.

 

Cheers

Michael

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Dan, thanks for posting here. Can you share a little on what you were telling me at the booth regarding the grinds, finishes, and European following.

 

Cheers

Michael

Michael,

 

Thanks for getting in touch. You spoke with my colleague, but I'll give you a little more info. John Letters are proud to be Scotland's favourite clubmaker since 1918, we have won 13 Open Championships, and Lee Trevino and Gary Player both won Opens as John Letters Staff players. In 1949, 8 of the 10 GB players at the Ryder Cup were John Letters Staff Players. My favourite fact is that we were Frank Sinatra's club of choice!

 

We have a Tour Van in the UK that will be attending 40 events this season, a mixture of consumer demo days and European, European Seniors, and Challenge Tour events. On the van we offer a total custom fit service. The wedge options you were told about include wedge grinding,reshaping, torching, and custom stamping. These services will also be offered in our showroom and custom workshop that has just opened in St Andrews, around a 260 yard drive from the 18th green on the Old Course.

 

I hope answers your questions.

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Old thread - but I've got the MM Black and MM Blade, and they look amazing. Looking forward to playing with them in a few days.

 

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They do make some nice looking irons, you can find them in some of the big stores in the UK - I'll sometimes pick them up and have a waggle.....

 

I guess a lot of UK players don't really know them - a shame really.

 

Their irons for better players always look very tidy indeed.

 

Liking Furu's cavity backs by much.

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For info the Master Model Black in 3-pw is going to set you back around £550 in then UK, guess that's about $830? Not that I really want a 3 iron. That's from Directgolf.co.uk.

 

Not bad for an 8 iron set of forged clubs looking that good Id suggest? Of course the proof of the pudding is in the eating; I'll try and test some at some point and report back.

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They're in our Danish/Swedish/Norwegian test. Starts next Sunday in Portugal :) 15 boxes waiting for us at the hotel. 

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I must admit, these letters irons are extremely clean looking.  I even like the black oxide ones above.  Thanks for sharing.

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