GEL TO UNVEIL FOUR NEW PUTTERS
GEL Golf is to unveil four brand new Paul Hurrion Signature Range putters at the upcoming PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.
GEL Golf has announced that it is to unveil for the first time four brand new putters in their GEL Paul Hurrion Signature Range at the upcoming PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando next month.
The new Hurrion Signature Range, first launched at Orlando in 2008, incorporates the latest groove technology which uses unique GEL multi-layered aluminum inserts.
It also incorporates perimeter weighting and True Temper Dynamic Gold iron shafts that together deliver a more rhythmic stroke, greater feel, exceptional feedback and a high moment of inertia for a straighter, smoother roll.
Sports biomechanist, putting coach to a number of European Tour and Ryder Cup players including last year’s two-time major winner Padraig Harrington and co-designer of the premium GEL Range, Dr Paul Hurrion, will be on the stand throughout the Show and will be available for interviews and discussions about a putting technology he swears by.
He will be joined by the founder and managing director of GEL Golf, Alec Pettigrew, who will be available to talk about the establishment of Groove Equipment Ltd (GEL), the original GEL Groove Putter Range and his new vision for the company, one of golf’s most innovative putting designers and manufacturers.
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