Cracking Open the Vault: “Tour Only” Products
Our society generally wants what we can’t have. This idea spreads into the golf world and companies are listening. In the past, getting your hands on a club you saw a pro using was nearly impossible. Now, various sites give the consumer access to these clubs. We open the vault and give you a look at the products inside and how to get your hands on them.
TaylorMade offers limited edition putters and staff bags in their Vault. You can get your hands on putters used by top staffers Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, and Justin Rose. They also offer clubs originally released in Japan, never before released in the United States.
Bettinardi Tour Stock Products
The creative folks at Bettinardi are churning out some amazing and unique products. Their custom site offers exclusive putters and accessories. Some of the cool accessories include belt buckles, divot tools, ball markers, and head covers. The putters are one-off designs that you can have built to your specs.
The People’s Clubs
The People’s Clubs is a website that specializes in reselling “tour issue” items. They have club heads, shafts, and putters that were only available to tour players. They sell clubs already built or they can custom build them for you.
“Tour Issue” on eBay
The online auction site eBay is full of “tour issue” clubs that people are selling. Clubs in all categories are available. Some of the most popular auction items are the famous “Circle T” Scotty Cameron putters. These highly collectible putters are some of the most expensive clubs on the site.
Open the Vault: Summary
As you can see, there are plenty of ways you can open the vault rather easily, getting your hands on exclusive products. When looking at these items, one thing is certain, you need to bring your wallet. The items generally don’t come cheap.
We do get tour issue clubs traded in. Keep an eye out if you want to get your hands on these unique clubs.