John Letters Golf Equipment
When the 1949 British Ryder Cup team teed off against the United States at Ganton, Yorkshire, no fewer than eight members of the team were playing John Letters clubs. No club manufacturer - before or since - has realized anything like that dominance in any part of the game. Scottish craftsmanship achieved a target that today’s multinationals will never come close to reaching.
This new spirit produced a series of new models, which created string of notable firsts for the company. Trilogy became the first matching set of irons to include cavity backed long irons and bladed short irons when first launched in 1989. The TRILOGY TXD IRONS encompassed all the best features of its predecessors and is enhanced with oversize playability.
The innovative spirit at John Letters is was very evident with the design and introduction of the Tri-Logic 4.25 putter, the first vertically and horizontally balanced putter. In addition, the launch of the TRILOGY TXD Driver took the golfing community by storm with its striking appearance and exceptional performance.