John Letters

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John Letters is a Scottish golf club manufacturer. Founded as Letters Logan & Company in Glasgow in 1918, the company was rescued from bankruptcy in 2005 and continued under new ownership and the new John Letters name.[1][2] The company is known for its Golden Goose putter which was launched by the company in 1946.[who?]

In the 1949 Ryder Cup tournament, eight of the ten British team players used John Letters clubs.[2] Some of the notable players that have used John Letters clubs include: Fred Daly, Bernard Gallacher, Dai Rees, Lee Trevino, Cathy Panton, Sam Torrance, Gary Player and Paul Lawrie.[2]

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