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John Letters is a Scottish golf club manufacturer. Founded as Letters Logan & Company in Glasgow in 1918, the company was rescued from bankruptcy in 2005 and continued under new ownership and the new John Letters name. The company is known for its Golden Goose putter which was launched by the company in 1946.[who?] John Letters Trilogy Range boosted their overall revenue but unfortunately due to cheaper Far East imports at the time they could no longer compete In the 1949 Ryder Cup tournament, eight of the ten British team players used John Letters clubs. Some of the notable players that have used John Letters clubs include: Fred Daly, Bernard Gallacher, Dai Rees, Lee Trevino, Cathy Panton, Sam Torrance, Gary Player and Paul Lawrie.
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