PUMA has announced a golf apparel partnership with the Tournament Golf College, based at St Mellion, Cornwall and La Cala, Spain.
The FdSc Tournament Golf Degree is a unique programme that blends the British University system and professional tournament golf with the development of a tournament player. Puma Golf has officially partnered with Tournament Golf College and will offer its support and sponsorship opportunities to all the student golfers throughout their time with the college. This new Foundation Degree, which is run by ProJAm in conjunction with the Duchy College, has been specifically designed for the talented amateur who wants to develop their skills and take their performance to the next level.
The course gives the amateur a detailed knowledge of the skills required both on and off the course to be a successful tournament golfer. PUMA UK's Teamsports Marketing Director, Roger Harrison, said: “The Tournament Golf Degree is a unique opportunity for young talented amateurs to develop their skills and PUMA is proud to support this. This partnership will give PUMA great exposure within the golf arena and help drive growth and awareness of the brand.” For more information visit pumagolf.com or tournamentgolfcollege.com
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