Dead Straight Golf
3. Even the best golfers with the best equipment on occasion make a less than perfect stroke. At such times these putters are well designed to minimize the error introduced by the off center impact. With most of the mass of the putter head toward the heel and toe there is tremendous resistance to twisting helping to keep the putt on the intended line.
All of the "Dead Straight" mallet putters have the ability to allow the golfer to adjust the weight and balance to fit his or her putting stroke.
Organized in partnership with The PGA of America, the 2006 PGA Merchandise Show & Convention hosts some 45,000 PGA Professionals, retailers and industry leaders to preview the products and services of more than 1,200 golf-related exhibitors within 500,000 net square feet of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
On Wednesday, nearly 4,000 PGA Professionals, invited key buyers, and media field-tested products like Dead Straight Golf putters from over 80 golf-related companies at the annual Golf Demo Day at the Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge.
For more information regarding the 2006 PGA Merchandise Show & Convention or to register online, visit www.pgaexpo.com or call (800) 840-5628.
Larry Weeks, president Phone: (858)663-8145
Web site: www.deadstraightgolf.com