Company also Launching “March Madness” Bracket Challenge
Vista, CALIF. (March 14, 2016) – Toulon Design, a premium putter company recently launched by former TaylorMade executive Vice President Sean Toulon, today announced it will offer a “First Run” of 100 of its newest release, the San Diego, to commemorate the inception of the company, stimulate interest in the brand and deliver satisfaction to a select group. Each putter, individually and meticulously built to the buyer’s specifications by Toulon Design putter makers, will be available for $399 at toulondesign.com on 3/26.
Those fortunate to be among the first to get their hands on one of the First Run models, will receive a Certificate of Authenticity personally signed by Sean Toulon denoting the putter has been carefully inspected and found to hold the highest level of precision handcraftsmanship. Each putter will also carry the limited edition “First Run” emblem on the sole of the putter and will be shipped promptly to the buyer in a special box.
“By offering a limited run of the San Diego model, we hope to create excitement in the marketplace and showcase our team’s passion and talent for making premium putters,” said company founder Sean Toulon. “We just shipped out the first run Madison’s and the response to those lucky enough to have received one has been great. As with all of our designs, the team spent countless hours perfecting the San Diego’s look, shape, feel and performance. We are now ready to share this incredible putter with a few lucky golfers who will undoubtedly fall in love. We expect these putters to sell very fast.”
The San Diego is an iconic style blade that has been designed to perfection and is sure to be very popular on tour. It features a slightly longer blade length, a slightly thinner top line and sleek and linear shoulders and bumpers that have been completely redesigned giving the putter a very linear and more squared off look from address. This putter is very easy to align. Upon further inspection, golfers will see the beautiful and tailored lines are only part of the detailed craftsmanship. Named after Toulon Design’s adopted hometown and the home to world golf innovation, the San Diego features a classic L-neck design hosel, sought out by some of the best putters in the world.
Its face features Toulon’s Deep Diamond Milled face pattern that creates incredible sound and feel. Aside from its stunning appearance, the micro groove inside each diamond pattern promotes a forward and tighter roll that eliminates skid leading to improved accuracy and consistency.
Upon ordering, customers will have the option to choose their length, grip and weight. To assist with the desired weight preference, Toulon Design offers sole plate in aluminum (7 grams), or the optional stainless steel (20 grams) and tungsten (40 grams).
To help celebrate the launch, and in the spirit of the sports season, the company also announced it is running a “March Madness” bracket challenge and will be giving away a First Run San Diego to the champion. Runner-up prizes include a Toulon Design shirt and hat. For complete contest details, check out Toulon Design on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@toulondesign).
Toulon Design made its debut at the PGA Merchandise Show earlier this year where Toulon detailed their plans for the company and unveiled its 2016 collection.
About Toulon Design
As a lifelong golfer who is intrinsically passionate about creating truly authentic world class products, Sean Toulon is considered one of the most known and respected golf equipment minds in the last two decades having brought forth game-changing technologies in the equipment industry. Toulon Design consists of cofounders Sean, Tony, Joe and B.J who proudly run the business from Vista, California. Their mission is to create ultra-premium, high performance putters for Tour professionals, Club professionals and amateurs who seek the highest quality and performance.
For more information please visit www.toulondesign.com and follow Toulon Design on Twitter and Facebook to receive updates and company news.