Golf News – September 18, 2014
Golf Pride Users Claim Impressive Share of 2014 FedEx Cup Top 30 Bonus Money
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. … Power management company Eaton announced today that its Golf Pride Grips Division was by far the most successful grip company in this year’s FedEx Cup bonus pool. In fact, 26 out of Top 30 in the final 2014 FedEx Cup standings trusted their games to Golf Pride grips, and in doing so earned $24,010,000 of the possible $25,290,000 (95%) Top 30 bonus pool money that was up for grabs in the playoffs. In addition, Golf Pride claimed 9 out of the Top 10 finishers in the final 2014 FedEx Cup standings.
“While Golf Pride does not pay endorsement fees to players to use our grips, these numbers prove that players do get paid by choosing to play Golf Pride,” said Brandon Sowell, global sales and marketing director for Golf Pride. “We appreciate the trust that the best players in the world place in us and we take very seriously the commitment we have to ensure that we only provide grips that meet our own demanding manufacturing and R&D standards. We take tremendous pride in the fact that when everything is on the line the best players in the world put Golf Pride in their hands.”
Miura Golf Announces New Tour Bag
Vancouver, B.C. – Miura Golf is proud to introduce its latest full-featured tour bag, available immediately from your authorized Miura dealer/fitter or directly from Miura.
“So many golfers have come to us and asked for something special to carry the greatest clubs they’ll ever play with,” said Adam Barr, president of Miura. “We spent a long time updating our last tour bag, and this is what we’ve come up with: a large, solid, and handsome bag of the very top quality.”
This bag is the real deal, just like the ones pros favor on tour. It’s made of tough, leather-look vinyl in jet black with attractive red accents. The wide, six-divider top easily holds clubs and training aids. The bottom is strong, with a rim that’s solid enough to sit on.
Multiple pockets have ample room for balls, rain suits, sweaters, snacks and other supplies. The front panel is removable for personalized embroidery. (Although Miura is not offering embroidery, golfers can remove the panel and arrange to have it done themselves.) Every detail has been considered, from the soft lining of the valuables pocket to the sturdy zipper pulls.
Golfers can order the new bag by emailing Miura headquarters at email@example.com, or through any authorized Miura dealer/fitter. Suggested retail is US $675, shipping included.