Monday's shipments include custom build putters to Peterborough Milton Golf Club, Drumoig Golf Centre, Vale of Llangollen Golf Club, Ross MacLeod Putting, The Rushcliffe Golf Club, Tee It Up - IoM. Custom fittings going well and why not for arguably the most important club in the bag.
Shipping today of SeeMore Putters to Greaves Sports x 8 of the Black Classic Series and also custom-built putters on route to Gregor Wright Golf and Designer Golf. A lot of brands are struggling with stock and are certainly not able to custom build putters and get them shipped to the customer within 5 days of order. With good stock levels for all SeeMore Putters, we are achieving a fast turnaround for our SPI outlets.
A busy week of custom building with shipments today of the following SeeMore Putter Company:
m7Tour Hosel 34", 2.5, 70, Garsen grip, Groovy Blue headcover
FGP20 33.5", 2.5, 70, Garsen grip, Camo headcover
m5HT 34", 2.5, 72, SM75g blue grip, std headcover to Forthview Golf Range
SI2 35", 2.5, 68, SM75g grip, std headcover to Halpenny Golf
Classic HT Mallet x 1, FGP20 x 4, PCB x 3 SI2 x 2 all to Majorgolfdirect
Niall Kearney narrowly missed out on becoming the first Irish golfer to break the 60 mark on tour, as he signed for a 61 in the final round of the Canary Islands Championship in Tenerife.
Kearney made nine birdies and an eagle in his round - dropping a solitary shot - with his 10-under-par effort seeing him surge up the leaderboard.
He needed back-to-back birdies on his final two holes - the eighth and ninth - to card a 59 but finished his fine 18 with two pars.
Kearney’s 61 was enough to see him finish in a share of fourth place overall, still way off the pace of tournament winner Garrick Higgo.
Kearney uses a SeeMore FGP Original - 37", 71 lie, 2 loft and SM60g grip.