There’s no denying that Ian Poulter knows style. Last Sunday, as we were watching the tournament at Bay Hill, who was the only guy that Mrs. PutterZone.com praised for his sartorial splendor? You know who…
So it’s no surprise that Poulter runs his own line of golf attire and accessories, and his latest creation is a putter cover honoring the Masters. Named “The First Major,” this putter cover manages to honor the Augusta experience while cleverly skirting the Augusta National and Masters trademarks.
The putter cover also plays off Poulter’s nickname as “The Postman,” with a postcard-like design and peachy Georgia imagery.
The Ian Poulter Masters putter cover costs a hefty $70, but only 750 were produced. The putter is the most personal and most-used club in the bag, so there’s nothing wrong with splurging for a cover you love.
Also, there’s a very practical reason for covering your putter, as we detailed in one of the most popular posts on PutterZone.com.