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Every Golfer’s Holiday Gift Guide

by Larry Baush, Puetz Golf

It’s getting to be that time of year again and if you don’t want Santa to bring you some goofy golf-themed gift that you will never use, then you better start your wish list now. You can start your wish list at puetzgolf.com and then make it accessible to your family and friends so that gift buying for you will be a snap. We’ll even throw in a discount code so that they can save a few bucks when they order online. It’s a win-win for you and those that are giving you gifts.  Below you will find a few ideas to add to your Wish List or forward it to those who have you on their gift list.

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The Puetz Golf Award Winning Custom Fitting Process

by Larry Baush, Puetz Golf

Getting custom fit for clubs can sound intimidating, but it really isn’t. Whether your skill level is rank beginner or you are a touring professional, your game will benefit from a custom fitting. At Puetz Golf all of our sales staff are certified fitters by all of the major manufacturers. We follow the recommendations of these manufacturers on the proper way to fit golfers into a custom set of new clubs. Puetz Golf has been awarded the PING Fitter of the Year and has been named to the Golf Digest Top 100 Fitters in the U.S. list for four years running.

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Puetz Golf – 70 Years of Building on Superior Customer Service

by Larry Baush, puetzgolf.com

As the calendar turns to 2015 Puetz Golf will be celebrating 70 years of serving Pacific Northwest golfers of every level of ability. The foundation of the business was built on offering superior customer service and that remains the guiding force 70 years later.

In 1945, just after the United States emerged victorious in World War II, Peter and Alvin Puetz built a driving range for the Everyman. A bucket of balls sold for 60 cents. You could also get a lesson at the driving range.

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