A couple of cool commemorative clubs

Cleveland wedge, Odyssey putter
Cleveland Golf (l) and Mike Soroka (r)
The Cleveland wedge on the left was made for Keegan Bradley, the Odyssey putter on the right for Will Wilcox.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Thursday, October 03, 2013 | 10:24 a.m.

A couple of players are the proud owners of some special clubs these days, and I thought you'd like to see them.

On the left in the image above is a 54-degree wedge that Cleveland Golf made for Keegan Bradley to commemorate his Presidents Cup debut this week. Instead of the usual stamping on the back, it's got a map of the world like you’d see on a globe, and the white-on-black color scheme makes this about the coolest design I've ever seen on a wedge. Kudos to the craftsmen at Cleveland for that bit of work.

On the right is a gold-plated putter that Odyssey Golf created for Will Wilcox as a salute to the 59 he shot in the Web.com Utah Championship a few weeks ago. Lots of players receive special commemorative clubs to mark their big achievements – Ping is well-known for its expansive vault full of gold putters for wins by tour players – but this White Rize V-Line model is somewhat unusual in the United States and it looks especially pretty in the photo.

Thanks to Cleveland Golf and Mike Soroka of Odyssey Golf for sharing.