05 Apr 19
The PGA EuroPro Tour is pleased to announce a further extension in their partnership with Cobra Puma Golf as the Official Clothing, Footwear and Equipment partner of the PGA EuroPro Tour.
The long-standing partnership has been extended for the foreseeable future allowing for a strong brand presence across the PGA EuroPro Tour while offering support to players who are currently using or are interested in the brand's catalogue of products. The 2019 season will see a development in the partnership from a social and tour point of view, which will allow both brands to align and get closer to the players.
Chief Executive Officer at PGA EuroPro Tour, Dan Godding, commented" “We are absolutely delighted to be continuing our relationship with the finest and most innovative brand in golf for equipment, footwear, and clothing. Working with Cobra Puma Golf has been a thrilling experience for my team and we are pleased to be associated with the products that the company can offer the future stars of the game playing on our tour.”
Mark Freeman, General Manager at Cobra Puma Golf said” We are really pleased to have entered into a new long-term deal with the PGA EuroPro Tour, having been a proud partner for the past 5 seasons, and seeing it go from strength to strength. As well as working closely with Dan and his excellent team, we are looking forward to forging a closer relationship with the players.”
Key products from the Cobra Puma Golf range will continue to feature heavily on the EuroPro tour this year with the introduction of the new Puma Ignite Nxt footwear and the release of the highly anticipated KING F9 Speedback family.
The Cobra Puma Golf family of products are already supported by a host of top Tour players, including Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau and Lexi Thompson.
The PGA EuroPro Tour is an ideal platform for the Cobra Puma Golf product range to be given increased exposure and Tour validation through the PGA EuroPro Tour.
An official satellite to the European Tour, The PGA EuroPro Tour offers direct access to the higher stages of the game. PGA EuroPro Tour players will compete for over £1 million of prize money in 2019, with the top five golfers at the end of the season awarded a category on the 2020 Challenge Tour.
For more information on the Cobra Puma Golf range, please visit https://www.cobragolf.co.uk/