Druh to make US Debut at PGA Show
Druh Belts & Buckles, brainchild of English Pro Simon Hurd, is to make its US debut at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Druh Belts & Buckles, brainchild of European Tour Pro Simon Hurd, is to make its debut on the US market at the PGA Merchandise Show in Florida.
The three-day Show which opens on Thursday, will be held at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando, Florida, and will showcase all the best known brands in Golf along with their latest products, the technology behind them, and even future trends.
Up until now, Druh’s much sought after belts and buckles have remained the stylish secret of the golf professionals with 6 Major winners, 2 current Ryder Cup players, 60 European Tour players and more than 50 Asian Tour players, all of them paying customers, wearing and enjoying Druh Belts & Buckles.
The up-market range offers the discerning golfer a selection of stylish handmade leather and snakeskin belts in sumptuous classic and chic casual styles.
The leather belt range is handmade in ten water snakeskins, ranging from turquoise to pink and in 15 leathers in different embossed styles, from crocodile to ostrich.
Druh’s interchangeable buckles are in brushed nickel, polished silver or gold and mean their belts can be customised to look smart both on or off the course!
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