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Golf News – October 21, 2016


Argolf Introduces Two New Putter Models: Avalon and Perceval

JUPITER, Florida (October 19, 2016) – Argolf, a line of precision-designed putters (, has introduced two new mallet-style putter models: Avalon and Perceval.

“With our success thus far on the Champions Tour, in retail outlets and in online sales, we are responding to the expanding requests for Argolf putter models with the
introduction of the Avalon and Perceval,” said Olivier Colas, founder and CEO of Argolf. “We look forward to the continuing growth of Argolf throughout North America and worldwide.”

Like all the other Argolf models, the Perceval and Avalon putters feature high performance as well as pleasing design and precise aeronautical technology, with an unwavering commitment to exactitude and quality.

The Avalon, a half-mooned stainless steel putter with milled face, features a traditional style. It has clean lines and a great look, and is easy to line up. The sole of this face-balanced, pendulum putter rests flat on the putting surface. Slight, subtle curves on the toe and heel prevent it from catching the putting surface on the back stroke.


The Perceval, for players seeking a modern look with solid feel, originally was designed from the Pendragon model, removing and redistributing weight from the center, achieving an unmatched balance and control of the putter head. The sole of the stainless steel, face-balanced pendulum Perceval sits flat, like the Avalon, with subtle curves on the toe and heel.

An increasing number of tour players and skilled amateurs are turning to Argolf putters for their superior feel, accuracy, consistency and visual appeal.

Argolf putters, designed in the U.S., are manufactured in France and distributed throughout North America by H4Distribution.



Srixon was the most used brand of utility iron at the Safeway Open, with 10 in play. At the CIMB Classic, both Anirban Lahiri (T3) and Keegan Bradley (6) had a Srixon Z U45 utility iron in the bag. Srixon staffers praise the Z U45 and Z U65 for their incredible feel coupled with phenomenal trajectory and distance control,

Srixon tour reps have found the most success with these clubs when building them as an extension of the iron set.  Built to match the specs of the irons – same weight, same shaft, and in line with iron set length.



Staffer Minjee Lee recorded her third career LPGA victory Sunday at the Blue Bay LPGA in China, and included in her bag were three new Cleveland Golf RTX-3 Tour Raw wedges.  The Tour Raw wedges on tour are the exact same wedges available to consumers today.  They have a distinctive color and will rust over time.  Minjee is gaming the V-MG (mid) grind in her 50° and 54° wedges, and she has a low-bounce 58 ° V-LG.  She hit a number of clutch short-game shots in the final round, including one on the par-5 18th hole that led to the clinching birdie.



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