Pink Putter honors survivors

It was in her tenth year of teaching P.E. at an elementary school in west Phoenix. On that beautiful December morning, Wendy discovered what one out of every eight women will discover at some point in their life. She found a lump in one of her breasts.

As traumatic as that moment was, it didn’t catch Wendy totally by surprise. She has a strong family history of breast cancer and has had to watch two of her aunts fight and lose their battles at the same age as she now was.

Following the diagnosis, Wendy went through a double mastectomy and both chemo and radiation treatments. Unlike her two aunts, she is now a 25 year survivor and is in her 36th year of teaching P.E. at the same school in west Phoenix.

To honor this milestone, her husband Brad has designed a commemorative pink breast cancer putter that is called the “WB93”. Each head is CNC milled out of a solid aluminum block and has tungsten weights in the heel and toe for perfect weighting and balance. Not only do they have the breast cancer logo beautifully etched on the top, but 20% of the proceeds go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation to help battle this terrible disease.

For information on pink breast cancer putters, contact PGA Professional Brad Butler at 480.273.1378.