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IJP Design: A pretty patterned putter cover
by Carly Frost
April 01, 2014

As golfers far and wide are preparing for the excitement of 2014's first Major at Augusta, Georgia, IJP Design is launching 'The Azalea Jacket' limited edition putter cover. The first in the 2014 series of four limited edition putter covers, this cover has been specially designed to mark one of golf's most legendary places, Augusta.

Akin to the brand new IJP Design Spring/Summer 2014 collection, which launched in February this putter head cover, along with the rest in the series, represents Ian Poulter's iconic style with striking designs and eye-catching colours. The cover embodies the natural splendour of Augusta, which comes alive in the spring with colour from hundreds of different Azaleas. Just 500 limited edition putter heads have been produced, including blade and mallet styles.

The limited edition cover will include an IJP Design ball marker and its own protective, lined tote bag, which can be used for holding spare golf balls, tees and other accessories. Golfers wishing to pre-order a limited edition cover can do so from April 2014 at £39.95 from www.ijpdesign.com for delivery in time for the tournament.

Siobhan Kos, E-Commerce Manager from IJP Design, said, "The Azaleas at Augusta are iconic and this cover encapsulates the striking colours of not only the flowers but also the characteristic bold colours and style that are synonymous with Ian. Last year's series was incredibly popular and we hope to replicate the success in 2014 by giving golfers the opportunity to express their individuality with a flash of colour and striking design in their golf bags."








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