England Golf and TaylorMade-adidas Golf announce new four year partnership

first_img23 Jul 2014 England Golf and TaylorMade-adidas Golf announce new four year partnership England Golf and TaylorMade-Adidas Golf have announced that they are to establish a new partnership to support the England national golf squads.The exclusive four year agreement will commence in January 2015 and will see all the England national squads wearing Adidas Golf apparel and footwear and using TaylorMade golf bags and accessories at international events.In addition, the partnership will secure the brands official supplier status of golf apparel, footwear and waterproofs for England Golf staff and volunteers. TaylorMade and Adidas Golf are recognised as two of the world’s leading golf brands and are market leaders across a number of categories within the golf industry.Both brands support some of the game’s leading players, many of whom were previous England internationals at amateur level, including Justin Rose, David Howell, Sam Hutsby, Eddie Pepperell and Jodi Ewart Shadoff. As one of the largest sports governing bodies in England looking after the interests of more than 1,900 golf clubs and over 713,000 men and women club members, England Golf manages the national performance programmes supporting the best amateur players in the country.The England men’s and girls team are current holders of the Home International titles, the men’s, women’s and boys teams all reached the semi-finals of the recent European Team Championships and individual success saw England internationals taking the 2013 Men’s and Ladies Amateur, Men’s US Amateur and Men’s European Amateur titles.David Silvers, Managing Director, TaylorMade-Adidas Golf EMEA said: “As a business, we are obsessed with inspiring golfers to play more often and become better players. That’s what we do; we design and develop performance products to improve your game and increase the overall enjoyment of the sport. Our partnership with England Golf provides us with a great opportunity to support the game at all levels and deliver our long-term commitment to promote, grow and develop the amateur game. Everyone here is really looking forward to working with England Golf, not only ensuring their players receive the best support possible but also in activating the future plans of their wider strategy to grow the game.”England players will be wearing the very latest Adidas Golf apparel and footwear, engineered with advanced technologies to optimise the body’s potential and promote improved athletic performance.David Joy added, “We are delighted to be working with TaylorMade-Adidas Golf. Our players compete against the world’s best amateurs and have to play in all conditions throughout the year and having access to the most innovative and high quality clothing and equipment can make a huge difference.“As we embark on our new strategy we believe this new relationship will not only provide our players with the best product but also a partner who can work with us as we strive to meet our ambitions to get more people playing golf more often, increase the number of club members and support stronger clubs.”last_img read more

Duquesne coasts to victory over Green Bay

first_imgPITTSBURGH (AP)—B.J. Monteiro and Andre Marhold scored 17 points apiece as Duquesne coasted to an 84-66 victory over Green Bay on Sunday. The Dukes (1-1) took a 30-14 lead with 5:47 left in the first half after a 12-1 run, and the Phoenix (1-1) never trailed by less than 10 points after that. Duquesne, which lost to No. 16 Arizona 67-59 in its opener Wednesday, shot 46.2 percent (30 of 55), including 54.5 percent (18 of 33) in the second half, a far cry from last season, when it shot 88.2 percent (15 of 17) in the second half of an 81-71 win at Green Bay.Sean Johnson contributed 14 points, T.J. McConnell had 12 points and seven assists and Eric Evans 10 points for Duquesne.Jarvis Williams scored 17 points for Green Bay and Alec Brown had 14 points and 10 rebounds, his second double-double in two games. SLAM DUNK— Duquesne’s Andre Marhold scores two of his 17 points on a slam dunk against Green Bay during the Dukes 84-66 win in their home opener at the A. J. Palumbo Center on Nov. 13. (Courier Photo/Chris Lopez) last_img read more