The Golden Putter

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The Golden Putter: World's most exclusive golf club

The Golden Putter: World's most exclusive golf club

The ultimate gift for that avid golfer, the Golden Putter presents itself as the finest, most exclusive golf putter in the world, rendering that added level of exclusivity to the experience of golfing.

Made by German company Barth & Sons, the manufacturers of the Golden Putter offer several possibilities to further personalise the hand-crafted Golden Putter, with even more exclusive materials and customized luxury details such as Gems, Diamonds or Gold Application.

As stated by Michael Barth, Founder and Owner of Barth & Sons, “Every Putter is as unique as you. In addition we offer several possibilities with which you can further personalize your GoldenPutter, with even more exclusive materials, and customized luxury details.”

The makers of the Golden Putter believe that just like in putting, the production of the Golden Putter requires a high amount of precision and know-how, and it is this high demand for quality, stable value and functionality during the workmanship of top quality materials that dictates the combination of craftsmanship and technical perfection of the Golden Putter.

Michal Barth

Founder and owner of the Refinement Specialist Barth & Sons, Michael Barth, has been a passionate golfer for several years.

With a keen eye for beautiful and exclusive accessories and lifestyle-products, Barth decided to develop the Golden Putter since he was looking for the perfect putter in terms of functionality, design and quality to improve his game, but none met his satisfaction.

With the Golden Putter, Barth offers a custom-made luxury golf club that promises to make the golfer in you feel comfortable on the green anywhere you are.

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Richard Meryn
Richard Meryn, Associate Editor Industry Leaders Magazine (www.industryleadersmagazine.com)

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