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Successful Presentation – KRAMSKI PUTTER at the Travel Fair Golf- und WellnessReisen


Pforzheim - 26.01.2018.

From January 18th to 21st, KRAMSKI PUTTER was once again at the CMT Fair Golf- und WellnessReisen (Golf and Wellness Travels) in Stuttgart. Wiestaw Kramski gave daily talks on his KRAMSKI Putting Philosophy in front of a golf-enthusiastic audience.

 

The biggest fair for tourism and leisure achieved a new record in 2018: 265,000 visitors came to the fair halls in Stuttgart. In the recently added Paul Horn Hall (hall 10), golf enthusiasts had even more space to spread out. “This year, our stall was directly across from the Baden-Württemberg Golf Association,” Wiestaw Kramski explains, “This way, we had interesting dialogues and discussions with club representatives and members from the 'Lädle' (area in the South West of Germany).”

 

Putt guru Kramski gave daily talks on his putt philosophy. Many people in the audience later on visited the KRAMSKI stand - some for an individual fitting, others ordered a KRAMSKI PUTTER straight away. Others booked a seminar or workshop at KRAMSKI Putting Academy. Thus, it is save to say that the fair was a great success for KRAMSKI PUTTER.

 

This year, KRAMSKI PUTTER will participate in three more fairs. From February 16th to 18th, the putter manufacturer will be at the Hanse Golf in Hamburg. The following weekend (February 23rd to 25th), the company will be at the Golf Days in Munich. Another week later (March 2nd to 4th), KRAMSKI PUTTER is at the Rhine Golf Fair in Düsseldorf.

 


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President of the German Golf Association e.V. (DGV) Claus Kobold with Wiestaw Kramski at the KRAMSKI PUTTER fair stand

President of the German Golf Association e.V. (DGV) Claus Kobold with Wiestaw Kramski at the KRAMSKI PUTTER fair stand