Bioflow, one of the world’s leading suppliers of magnotherapy wrist products, celebrated its fourth victory of the 2012 season after staff player Paul Lawrie won last week’s Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.
The 43-year-old – who was 147th in the world before teaming up with Bioflow at the Scottish Open in 2011 – shot a superb closing 68 to record a three-stroke victory over Australian Brett Rumford and move up to 30th in the Official World Golf Ranking.
The Scotsman recorded his second victory of the season and Bioflow’s fourth, following his earlier success in Qatar, Chris Woods’ win in Thailand and Lee Westwood‘s victory in Indonesia.
The Aberdonian – who wears a white Bioflow Sport wrist band – said: “It was probably one of the best ball striking weeks of my career. There’s no question I hit the ball extremely well this week.”
Lawrie is currently in action at the Omega European Masters, where he opened up with a solid two-under-par 69.
“We’re delighted for Paul on securing his second win of 2012 and our fourth victory,” said Richard Corsie MBE, Managing Director of Bioflow.
“Paul has been such a great ambassador for Bioflow. To think when we first started working together he was 147th in the world rankings and now he’s inside the world’s top 30; it quite remarkable.”
Lawrie’s victory follows the recent launch of the Bioflow Sport Twin, combining patented magnet technology and durable silicone to complement an active lifestyle.
Sport Twin – utilising complementary, non-invasive and 100% natural magnetic therapy – is the latest in a line of product innovations designed by Bioflow specifically for the sports market.
Lawrie, fellow professionals Westwood, Wood, Thomas Aiken, John Daly, Simon Dyson, David Horsey, Christina Kim and more than a million satisfied customers use Bioflow, the go-to magnotherapy brand in sport.