December 11, 2013

PNP Golf founder, Paul Donaghue, has been recognized as one of Canberra’s best-known entrepreneurs in a recent article in the Canberra Times.

“The idea, he says, started with a humble putter. Many modern putters have what is called a directional head, an arrow, which helps the player aim the ball at the hole. Donaghue has patented the idea of leaving a gap between the arrow and the head of the putter, making it easier for golfers to focus on where the arrow points….”

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