Following our successful demonstration days and exhibition at the PGA 2015 Merchandise Show in Orlando Florida in January, MLA Golf is delighted to announce we are bringing our unique range of MLA Putters to our Asian friends at the:
Of all the clubs in a typical golf bag, if there is one that can win, or lose a golf tournament, then without doubt that club is the humble putter.
The relationship between a golfer and their putter can be a very mixed one. South African legend Gary Player once quipped: "It's a marriage. If I had to choose between my wife and my putter, well, I'd miss her."
Putting has always been recognised as a game within a game; an art form all of its own that has delighted and exasperated golfers through the generations. Perhaps one of the most insightful comments ever made about the art of putting came from the great Bobby Jones who stated:
"Bad putting is due more to the effect the green has upon the player than it has upon the action of the ball."
2015 promises to be an exciting year for golf with four Major tournaments, a host of other events plus qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympics very much at the forefront of the mind of many golfers. Let’s take a look at some of the most important dates for your golfing calendar in 2015.
MLA Golf to attend the PGA 2015 Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida this coming January MLA Golf Ltd. is delighted to announce that we will be bringing our innovative range of MLA putters and our unique golf aiming technology to the biggest and most important golf equipment show of the year.
Outdoor PGA Show Demo Day at Orange County National Golf Center
Tuesday 20th January from 9:00am
Confidence is key when it comes to standing over a tricky 6-foot putt and it is common to think that the ability to hole these clutch putts are what denotes a successful golfer. However, even the most accomplished putter is as susceptible to a crisis of confidence as someone not so confident on the green. Furthermore, there are plenty of cautionary tales of golfers, that have played perfectly from tee to green, only to find that the decisive touch with the putter eludes them.