College Football Bowl Championships Series Spirit Expands to the Golf Course with Personalized Putters from - More than 130 College Football School Designs Starting at $59.95

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Celebrate college football Bowl Championship Series teams with personalized gifts from College football fans and alumni of more than 130 colleges and universities can show school allegiance with college-licensed golf putters from Fully assembled and ready for play, PutterSpirt.comÂ?s must-have sports equipment starts at $59.95. (Go to or call toll free (877) 735-5269 for a complete list of college and university team logos and mascots.)

Golf fans and graduates of Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl and Sugar Bowl Contenders University of Southern California (USC), University of Oklahoma, Auburn University, University of California, Berkeley (Cal), University of Texas and University of Michigan can expand their team spirit and pride from the football field to the golf course. offers golf putters customized with a team logo or mascot of more than 130 universities just in time for the holiday gift-giving and football bowl games. (For a complete list of universities and colleges go to personalized gifts are this season’s must-have sports equipment for golf and college team fans. Using only officially licensed artwork, combines each university’s design under PGA Tour-proven, transparent C-Thru Grips® with a quality head for excellent playability. Each putter is hand-crafted by a team of technical experts with more than 30 years of combined club assembly experience. To order a personalized putter, visit or call toll free (877) 735-5269. offers personalized putters for fans and alumni of colleges and high schools, patriotic and fun designs, designs for family and friends, and designs for corporate award programs. is a division of SELLBOX Inc.

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Media Contact: David Wogahn at SELLBOX Media Relations, (760) 942-4227 or

Customers: To order your personalized putters go to or call (877) 735-5269.

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