John Letters 2012 blades revealed

Classic Master Model clubs will assembled in St Andrews

Bob Warters's picture
Mon, 12 Mar 2012

John Letters of Scotland, the equipment brand with 94 years of club-making history behind it, has added a new set of Master Model bladed irons to its 2012 range.

Aimed, in its design, at ‘the more accomplished golfer’, these irons are individually forged from 1020 mild carbon steel for what JL engineers describe as ‘a super-soft feel delivering exacting feedback’.

The clubs feature a concave muscle design, a thin top line and smaller sole, offering a level of forgiveness without sacrificing workability. Furthermore each hand-crafted club will be assembled at John Letters’ new workshop in St Andrews.

The blades, RRP £599.99 (3-iron to pitching wedge), are available custom-fitted to a variety of shaft and flex options.

For the historically-minded, John Letters bladed irons for Fred Daly to win the 1947 Open Championship, while Master Model irons were used extensively between 1950 and the 1970s to record over 13 Open titles.

For further information, visit www.johnletters.com

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