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Tommy Hilfiger Europe has extended its sponsorship deal with England's Nick Dougherty. As the face of Tommy Hilfiger Golf, Dougherty will continue to showcase their range on courses across the globe.
Tommy Hilfiger’s association with Dougherty began in 2006 when the Liverpudlian golfer was still a rising star. Three years on, he has established himself as one of Europe’s most exciting and popular players.
"I’m delighted and honoured to continue my relationship with the Tommy Hilfiger brand. Tommy Hilfiger allows me to have my own style and always look good - both on and off the golf course," said Dougherty, who was voted 2002 European Tour Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year.
The Men’s and Women’s golf collections are divided into three main fashion groups; Red Performance Gear, Fashionably Black and White Classics. Red Performance Gear makes use of advanced fabrics such as Gore-Tex, Fashionably Black puts an urban twist on traditional golf classics whilst White Classics are a sophisticated take on traditional golfing silhouettes and colour ways.
‘We’re all enormously proud of what Nick has achieved,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “Exceptionally talented, stylish, he remains the perfect ambassador for my Golf collection.’
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