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Wooden Touch Putters
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Black Graphite Shaft
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 02 August, 2006.
Right or Left Handed
The story of The Wooden Touch putter began in a small Oregon myrtlewood factory. Myrtle, native to Oregon, is one of the most cherished hardwoods and grows primarily in a small area on the Pacific Coast.
Among the skilled craftsmen who had been making hand-crafted gifts of the rare myrtlewood was a golfer who believed that wood putters provide a touch vital to accurate placement of the ball. Soon, word spread and request for putters came in a few at a time. The popularity of the putter continued to grow. With that growth came a recognition that the factory was making what was considered one of golf's most beautiful and efficient putters.
The design of the putter evolved through use by hundreds of players. Cocobolo from Mexico was added to give the striking surface the density desired long-term use. Feature strips of Oregon Myrtlewood and padouk from West Africa are carefully laminated to the main body to add a unique beauty to each individual putter. Four coats of varathane, outdoor clear gloss finish, are lovingly applied to each putter to provide a durable finish. In all, 17 hand operations are needed to bring the desired balance and beauty of the putter to completion.
General Care of The Wooden Touch Putter
Your "Wooden Touch Putter" will provide you with many years of golfing enjoyment with little or no maintenance. To help prevent dents or scratches please use a protective cover when not in use. Your putter is made to be used in all kinds of weather. If your putter does become wet, just wipe with a soft cloth to remove moisture before storage.
We guarantee your Wood Touch Putter for one year from the date of purchase. During that time we will replace or repair your putter, free of charge, if the problem is due to a manufacturing defect
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