A lifelong golfer, Keith retired from the US Army in early 2022. Keith inherited from his father his love of golf and fabrication at an early age, who both taught him to play and build. He began playing golf at the age of 12, and as so many golfers will understand, a love for the sport was born. Through high school, Keith played competitive golf and qualified for state tournaments in both New Jersey and Vermont.
After years of rebuilding cars and motorcycles, an opportunity arrived to design and create something entirely his own. Bishop Putters began as a result of frustration with the assembly line manufactured putter and the realization that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all when it comes to golf. Having had spent years trying to find the perfect putter, he decided to make one of his own. Immediately noticing the difference in the feel and play of a milled putter, he hasn't looked back. In response to encouragement from friends, family, and even strangers on the course who played with the prototype putter, Bishop Putters was born.
Keith received his B.S. from Norwich University. In his previous career, Keith spent the last 28 years in active duty service for the U.S. Army. Retiring as a Command Sergeant Major, officially in March 2022.
Abbey shapes and oversees the daily operations and ongoing logistics for Bishop Putters.
Previously Abbey was the COO of the international consulting firm SHIFT314. Her passion has always been connectivity and communication, which began nearly two decades ago when she became the Executive Director of Events for published author and business consultant Tom Peters. In the almost ten years of working with Tom, Abbey worked to help coordinate over 500 events worldwide. Working with Tom while he wrote and publicized Re-Imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age and The Little BIG Things, not to mention the honor of helping to coordinate the 25th Anniversary launch of In Search of Excellence with co-author Bob Waterman.
A Certified Crisis Counselor, Abbey also received the Dr. Mary E Walker Award from the United States Army Forces Command & the Commanders Award For Public Service from the Department of the Army. Abbey received her B.A. from Pennsylvania State University and has also been acknowledged in two NY Times Best Selling books.