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Welcome to the Tour Putters Site

European Specialists in Premium Japanese Golf Equipment.  The UK home of Piretti Fine Putters, Yamada Hand Milled and other exclusive Tour putters, all custom fit to suit your game.

 The Pat O'Brien Seemore School of Putting for Scotland featuring SAM Puttlab Technology, a Huxley indoor putting green and a fully fitted workshop for customising your current or new putter. 

  Feauturing premium brands such as Vega, Miura, Gauge Design, Yamada, Piretti, EVNROLL, Kronos and Stability putter shafts!

  Tourputters exclusive  -  Yamada Hand and Machine milled putters and Piretti Tour and Elite putters now arrived or 2019 season. Contact us now for more information. 


Piretti Golf

Piretti Fine Putters was established in 2008 with a goal of providing premium milled putters at reasonable prices. Our focus is on superior craftsmanship, using the finest materials available. Piretti’s designs are classic while maintaining a modern edge. We refuse to cut any corners during the manufacturing process, which is why we choose to mill all of our putters out of solid billets of material. Piretti does not offer a cast putter because we feel we get much tighter tolerances by milling them in a CNC machine.

 All Piretti putters are made and crafted in the United States.

There are a few things that make Piretti Fine Putters different from other manufacturers:

We have found that a heavier head helps smooth out the putting stroke and gives the player better putting accuracy. It also helps quiet the hands and wrists and makes you use your bigger muscles to putt. Mike Johnson designs our putter heads to be about 15-45 grams heavier

Mike also designed these heads with 2.5 degrees of loft. Putting greens are getting better and faster because golf course superintendents are cutting the putting green grasses shorter than ever before because their putting green mowers now allow them to do so. Because of that there is not as a great a depression that the golf ball sits in on the putting green which means we can now use less loft on the putter to get the ball rolling faster.

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