Proto Concept and Nexgen Golf have announced that Over The Top Golf (OTT Golf) will be its distributor in the United Kingdom and Europe.

OTT Golf is a distributor of premium golf components that services golf professionals, club fitters and club builders around the UK and Europe. (

“Proto Concept and Nexgen Golf are pleased to announce that OTT Golf will distribute our products in the UK and Europe,” said Yasufumi Kawasaki, Brand Producer of Proto Concept and Nexgen Golf and a managing executive for Japan-based golf retailer Golf Partner. “Like Proto Concept and Nexgen Golf, OTT Golf is known for their high standards of quality and service.”

Oliver Turnill, managing director of OTT Golf, said, “OTT Golf is excited to be the UK/European distributor for Proto Concept and Nexgen Golf. Both are outstanding product lines and we are confident our customers will be thrilled to have them as part of our expanded product line.”

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Proto Concept, an ultra-luxury Japanese golf club designer/manufacturer, burst onto the scene in 2022 when three of its products were named to the Golf Digest’s 2022 Hot List for the first time.

MyGolfSpy recognized Proto Concept’s C07 irons as its Most Wanted Game Improvement Irons for 2022, ranking them No. 1 in Forgiveness and No. 2 in Accuracy. MyGolfSpy also recognized the C07 irons as its Most Wanted Game Improvement Irons for 2022.

Established in 2019, Proto Concept is a collaboration between Japanese-owned Golf Partner Japan – the world’s largest golf retailer with some 400 locations – and fellow Japanese golf behemoth Endo Manufacturing, the industry standard in precision club manufacturing used by many of the world’s best-known OEMs.

Nexgen Golf’s NS210 irons made the Golf Digest Hot List in the Super-Game-Improvement category. The irons earned Silver status in the category, which is designed to identify irons for higher handicap golfers seeking to maximize their performance and their enjoyment of the game.

GolfPartner launched its Nexgen brand into the Japanese market in 2006 to fill a category of clubs aimed at serving the needs of golfers seeking optimal distance and performance at an appealing price. Based on Nexgen’s success in Japan, GolfPartner recently decided to bring the product to the North American, European and UK markets.

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