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Golf Ball Company Adds New Product to Line-up
ColdFusion Putter Sock Joins Cold Weather Golf Ball. ColdFusion Golf, Inc., a leader in cold weather golf equipment has recently added a hand knitted putter sock to go with its popular cold weather golf ball, the ColdFusion.
Improving your game in the winter with the ColdFusion Cold Weather Golf Ball is a good choice. With that in mind we proudly bring you the ColdFusion Putter Sock, handmade in the northern most reaches of Ohio, an area that knows cold weather.
“As we like to say here at the testing facility, keep your balls cold and your putter hot!” says Curtis Colvin, Director or Research and Development. “We felt that a quality, made in the USA, knitted putter sock was a logical addition to our product line.”
Designed to fit most putters up to a medium sized mallet, the ColdFusion Putter Sock is hand knitted of the finest 100% wool yarn with a classic rib knit for durability, fit and warmth. It also has a very cool (cool-get it?) pom-pom on the end. This is considered very classic and stylish, and we all could use a little style.
Now for just $29 you can get a “hot” putter – or at least a toasty warm one.
ColdFusion Cold Weather Golf Balls were released in the fall of 2010. It’s the perfect winter golf ball for 60 degrees or less
About ColdFusion Golf, Inc.
ColdFusion Golf, Inc., is the leader in innovative golf products. Founded in September 2009 by Curtis Colvin and John DuBois, the company seeks to provide golfers with cold weather solutions to improve their game. The company’s products are available online at http://www.coldfusiongolf.com/
Director of Research and Development
11301 Penny Rd. Suite E
Cary, NC 27518
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ColdFusion Golf, Inc. is a company started by two frustrated golfers. The result is the original and only ball designed for cold weather play. Lately they have expanded into cold weather products that enhance your golfing experience during less than perfect weather.