The Limited-Edition Commemorative 150th St Andrews Putter by The Open
Everything has led to this. The 150th Open at St Andrews is on the horizon, and to celebrate this phenomenal milestone for the world’s oldest and most prestigious Major tournament, The Open has commissioned 150 Commemorative 150th putters, celebrating our Championship’s return to the sacred home of golf.
Our expertly crafted, limited-edition collector’s putters are numbered from 1 to 150, and each one comes with a certificate of authenticity, acknowledging it as a genuine product created specifically for The Open. Packaged in a superb box featuring the name of every Open host venue up to and including The 150th Open at St Andrews, every putter is a piece of history that serious fans cannot miss.
Individual putters will be issued at random from our selection of 150 numbered pieces, and may take up to four weeks to be dispatched from date of purchase.
Head Shape: Wide-Body Blade (SS28)
Material: 303 Stainless Steel
Putter Face: Finished with decorative honeycomb milling and The 150th Open patterned motif
Toe Hang: 1/8th
Finish: Diamond Blast
Grip: Custom Lamkin Sink-Fit Putter Grip and The Open logo
Head Weight: 358g
Neil Armit, Chief Commercial Officer at The R&A, said: “We are always looking for new and enduring ways for our fans and patrons to be part of our journey. The 150th Open at St Andrews is going to be one of the most important milestones in the history of the Championship and we wanted to offer something truly special and iconic.”
Matt Tomlinson, Head of Retail, Merchandise and Licensing for The Open, added: "As we build up to The 150th Open we are excited to look back at the journey’s of the players, the Championship & the fans. Golf as we know it today can trace its storied lineage, this is the Championship that launched the journey of every player and every fan, and their journey is now part of its journey.
This exclusive and limited edition putter celebrates all those elements, detailing all the past Championships. Everything has led to this."